 # Question 1 1 pts A gaseous mixture made from 35.62 g N2, 32.03 g ...

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Question 1 1 pts A gaseous mixture made from 35.62 g N2, 32.03 g G2H2, and 30.72 g of CO is placed in a 30.39 L vessel at 24.5 °C. What is the total pressure in the vessel? Remember, the gas constant, R, equals 0.08206 L"atm/(mol*K) and K = °C + -273.15. Question 2 1 pts Calcium carbonate, CaCO2, decomposes upon heating to form CO2 gas according to the following balanced chemical equation. When a sample of CaCO2 was decomposed in a test tube, 626 mL of CO2 gas was collected over water at 32,0 °C and the total pressure was 800 torr. The vapor pressure of water at 32,0°C is 36 torr and 1 atm = 760 torr. How many grams of CO2 were collected? Question 3 1 pts Calculate the root mean square velocity of a molecule that has a molar mass. M. of 49,85 g/mo at a temperature of 43,72 °C using the equation below For this celculation the gasconstant R is expressed as 8314 and the molar mass. M. needs to be converted to kg/mol. a Question 3 1 pts Calculate the root mean square velocity, Vems- of a molecule that has a molar mass, M, of 49,85 g/mol at a temperature of 43.72 °C using the equation below. For this calculation the gas constant, R, is expressed as 8.314 J/(mol*K) and the molar mass, M, needs to be converted to kg/mol. 3.TR Ums M Question 4 1 pts Using the Van der Waals equation for a non-ideal gas below, calculate the pressure, P, of a system that contains 55.246 g of CO2 in volume of 229,42 mL at a temperature of 32,77°C. The correction factors for this gas are 3.59 and 0.0427 for a and b, respectively. ) (V-nb) - - n.TR Question 5 1 pts Using the combined gas law below. calculate the volume, in liters at standaro temperature and pressure STP) for a gas that has 2 volume of 28.286 mL a pressure of 1.964.atm and a temperature Peroli that the 1 arch Using the Van der Waals equation for a non-ideal gas below, calculate the pressure, P, of a system that contains 55246 g of CO2 in volume of 229.42 mL at a temperature of 32,77°C The correction factors for this gas are 3,59 and 0.0427 for a and b, respectively. - - 1 pts > Question 5 Using the combined gas law below, calculate the volume, in liters, at standard temperature and pressure (STP) for a gas that has avolume of 28.286 mL, a pressure of 1.964 atm, and a temperature of 23,55 °C. Recail that the Pstp = 1.00 atm and the TSTP = 273.15K P1V P2V2 T1 T2 No new data to save. Last checked at 613am Submit Or earch

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