# The pressure of a gas will ? when the volume is decreased and will ?

 1. The pressure of a gas will   ?  when the volume is decreased and will   ?  when the absolute temperature is decreased. (a) increase…increase (b) increase…decrease (c) decrease…increase (d) decrease…decrease 2. If the absolute temperature of a gas is doubled and the pressure of the gas is halved, how will the volume change? (a) It will increase by two times its original value. (b) It will decrease to one fourth of its original value. (c) It will stay the same as its original value. (d) It will increase by four times its original value. 3. If both the volume and the pressure of a gas are doubled, how will the absolute temperature change? (a) It will increase by two times its original value. (b) It will decrease to one fourth of its original value. (c) It will stay the same as its original value. (d) It will increase by four times its original value. 4. If 88.0 grams of solid carbon dioxide evaporates, how many liters of CO2 gas will be formed at a temperature of 300 K and 2.00 atmospheres of pressure? The ideal gas law constant “R” is… (a) 98.5 liters (b) 2170 liters (c) 24.6 liters (d) 1080 liters 5. The solubility of a gas will _?_ when a solution containing the gas is heated and the solubility of a gas in a solution will _?_ when the pressure over the solution is decreased. (a) decrease…decrease (b) decrease…increase (c) increase…decrease (d) increase…increase 6. What is the total pressure, in atmospheres, of a 10.0 L container that contains 10 moles of nitrogen gas and 10 moles of oxygen gas at 300 K? (a) 24.6 L (b) 49.3 L (c) 2,460 L (d) 4,930 L