Carbon absorbs energy at a wavelength of 150. nm. The total amount of energy emitted by a carbon sample is 1.98 105 J. Calculate the number of carbon atoms present in the sample, assuming that each atom emits one photon.
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Chemistry Chapter 10 Notes: Gases and Kinetic Molecular Theory 10.2: Properties of Gases A. Amount (mass or moles) a. Low molar masses b. Independent of volume, pressure, and temperature B. Volume of gas = volume of container a. Dependent on pressure and temperature C. Both pressure and volume depend on temperature D. Temperature must be in Kelvin E. All gases are miscible (mix completely) a. Homogenous mixture F. Pressure = force/area a. Depends on volume and temperature b. Unit = pascal; 1 Pa = 1 N/m 2 c. Gas particles exert pressure by colliding with the walls of the container i. More collisions/area = higher pressure ii. Barometer = measures pre
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