 11.23Q: Convert each measurement to atm.(a) 1277 mm Hg(b) 2.38 × 105 Pa(c) ...
 11.24Q: Convert each measurement to atm.(a) 921 torr(b) 4.8 × 104Pa(c) 87.5...
 11.25Q: Perform each conversion.(a) 2.3 atm to torr(b) 4.7 × 10?2 atm to mi...
 11.71P: A sample of gas has a mass of 38.8 mg. Its volume is 224 mL at a te...
 11.1Q: What is pressure?
 11.2Q: Explain how drinking from a straw works. What causes the beverage t...
 11.3Q: What are the main assumptions of kinetic molecular theory?
 11.4Q: Describe the main properties of a gas. How are these predicted by k...
 11.5Q: Why do we experience pain in our ears during changes in altitude?
 11.6Q: What units are used to measure pressure?
 11.7Q: What is Boyle's law? Explain Boyle's law from the perspective of ki...
 11.8Q: Explain why scuba divers should not hold their breath as they ascen...
 11.9Q: Why would it be impossible to breathe air through an extralong sno...
 11.10Q: What is Charles's law? Explain Charles's law from the perspective o...
 11.11Q: Explain why hotair balloons float above the ground.
 11.12Q: What is the combined gas law? When is it useful?
 11.13Q: What is Avogadro's law? Explain Avogadro's law from the perspective...
 11.14Q: What is the ideal gas law? When is it useful?
 11.15Q: Under what conditions is the ideal gas law most accurate? Under wha...
 11.16Q: What is partial pressure?
 11.17Q: What is Dalton's law?
 11.18Q: Describe hypoxia and oxygen toxicity.
 11.19Q: Why do deepsea divers breathe a mixture of helium and oxygen?
 11.20Q: When a gas is collected over water, is the gas pure? Why or why not?
 11.21Q: What is vapor pressure?
 11.22Q: What is standard temperature and pressure (STP)? What is the molar ...
 11.23P: PROBLEM 23P Convert each measurement to atm. (a)? 1277 mm Hg (b)? 2...
 11.24P: PROBLEM 24P Convert each measurement to atm. (a)? 921 torr (b)? 4.8...
 11.25P: PROBLEM 25P Perform each conversion. (a)? 2.3 atm to torr (b)? 4.7 ...
 11.26P: Perform each conversion.(a) 1 .06 atm to millimeters of mercury(b) ...
 11.28P: Complete the table.PascalsAtmospheresMillimeters of MercuryTorrPoun...
 11.29P: The pressure in Denver, Colorado (5280ft elevation), averages abou...
 11.30P: The pressure on top of Mount Everest averages about 235 mm Hg. Conv...
 11.31P: The North American record for highest recorded barometric pressure ...
 11.33P: A sample of gas has an initial volume of 3.95 L at a pressure of 70...
 11.34P: A sample of gas has an initial volume of 22.8 L at a pressure of 1....
 11.35P: A snorkeler with a lung capacity of 6.3 L inhales a lungful of air ...
 11.36P: A scuba diver with a lung capacity of 5.2 L inhales at a depth of 4...
 11.37P: Use Boyle's law to complete the table (assume temperature and numbe...
 11.38P: Use Boyle's law to complete the table (assume temperature and numbe...
 11.39P: A balloon with an initial volume of 3.2 L at a temperature of 299 K...
 11.40P: A dramatic classroom demonstration involves cooling a balloon from ...
 11.41P: A 48.3mL sample of gas in a cylinder equipped with a piston is war...
 11.42P: A syringe containing 1.55 mL of oxygen gas is cooled from 95.3 °C t...
 11.43P: Use Charles's law to complete the table (assume pressure and number...
 11.44P: Use Charles's law to complete the table (assume pressure and number...
 11.45P: A 0.12mole sample of nitrogen gas occupies a volume of 2.55 L. Wha...
 11.46P: A 0.48mole sample of helium gas occupies a volume of 11.7 L. What ...
 11.47P: A balloon contains 0.128 mol of gas and has a volume of 2.76 L. If ...
 11.48P: A cylinder with a moveable piston contains 0.87 mol of gas and has ...
 11.49P: Use Avogadro's law to complete the table (assume pressure and tempe...
 11.50P: Use Avogadro's law to complete the table (assume pressure and tempe...
 11.51P: A sample of gas with an initial volume of 28.4 L at a pressure of 7...
 11.52P: ?A cylinder with a moveable piston contains 218 mL of nitrogen gas ...
 11.53P: A scuba diver takes a 2.8L balloon from the surface, where the pre...
 11.54P: A bag of potato chips contains 585 mL of air at 25 °C and a pressur...
 11.55P: A gas sample with a volume of 5.3 L has a pressure of 735 mm Hg at ...
 11.56P: The total pressure in a 11.7L automobile tire is 44 psi at 11 °C. ...
 11.57P: Use the combined gas law to complete the table (assume the number o...
 11.58P: Use the combined gas law to complete the table (assume the number o...
 11.59P: What is the volume occupied by 0.255 mol of helium gas at 1.25 atm ...
 11.60P: What is the pressure in a 20.0L cylinder filled with 0.683 mol of ...
 11.61P: A cylinder contains 28.5 L of oxygen gas at a pressure of 1.8 atm a...
 11.62P: What is the temperature of 0.52 mol of gas at a pressure of 1.3 atm...
 11.63P: A cylinder contains 11.8 L of air at a total pressure of 43.2 psi a...
 11.64P: What is the pressure in millimeters of mercury of 0.0115 mol of hel...
 11.65P: Use the ideal gas law to complete the table.PVnT1.05 atm1.19 L0.112...
 11.66P: Use the ideal gas law to complete the table.PVnT2.39 atm1.21 L_____...
 11.67P: How many moles of gas must be forced into a 3.5L ball to give it a...
 11.68P: How many moles of gas must be forced into a 4.8L tire to give it a...
 11.69P: An experiment shows that a 248mL gas sample has a mass of 0.433 g ...
 11.70P: An experiment shows that a 113mL gas sample has a mass of 0.171 g ...
 11.71Q: PROBLEM 71Q A sample of gas has a mass of 38.8 mg. Its volume is 22...
 11.72P: A sample of gas has a mass of 0.555 g. Its volume is 117 mL at a te...
 11.73P: A gas mixture contains each gas at the indicated partial pressure.N...
 11.74P: A gas mixture contains each gas at the indicated partial pressure.C...
 11.75P: A heliox deepsea diving mixture delivers an oxygen partial pressur...
 11.76P: A mixture of helium, nitrogen, and oxygen has a total pressure of 7...
 11.77P: The hydrogen gas formed in a chemical reaction is collected over wa...
 11.78P: The oxygen gas emitted from an aquatic plant during photosynthesis ...
 11.79P: A gas mixture contains 78% nitrogen and 22% oxygen. If the total pr...
 11.80P: An air sample contains 0.038% CO2. If the total pressure is 758 mm ...
 11.81P: A heliox deepsea diving mixture contains 4.0% oxygen and 96.0% hel...
 11.82P: A scuba diver breathing normal air descends to 100 m of depth, wher...
 11.83P: Calculate the volume of each gas sample at STP.(a) 22.5 mol Cl2(b) ...
 11.84P: Calculate the volume of each gas sample at STP.(a) 21.2 mol N2O(b) ...
 11.85P: Calculate the volume of each gas sample at STP.(a) 73.9 g N2(b) 42....
 11.86P: Calculate the volume of each gas sample at STP.(a) 48.9 g He(b) 45....
 11.87P: Calculate the mass of each gas sample at STP.(a) 178 mL CO2(b) 155 ...
 11.88P: Calculate the mass of each gas sample at STP.(a) 5.82 L NO(b) 0.324...
 11.89P: Consider the chemical reaction:C(s) + H2O(g) ? CO(g) + H2OHow many ...
 11.90P: Consider the chemical reaction:2H2O(l) ? 2H2(g) + O2(g)How many mol...
 11.91P: CH3OH can be synthesized by the reaction:CO(g) + 2H2(g) ? CH3OH(g)H...
 11.92P: Oxygen gas reacts with powdered aluminum according to the reaction:...
 11.93P: Nitrogen reacts with powdered aluminum according to the reaction:2 ...
 11.94P: Sodium reacts with chlorine gas according to the reaction:2 Na(s) +...
 11.95P: How many grams of NH3 form when 24.8 L of H2(g) (measured at STP) r...
 11.96P: Lithium reacts with nitrogen gas according to the reaction:6 Li(s) ...
 11.97P: How many grams of calcium are consumed when 156.8 mL of oxygen gas,...
 11.98P: How many grams of magnesium oxide form when 14.8 L of oxygen gas, m...
 11.99P: Use the ideal gas law to show that the molar volume of a gas at STP...
 11.100P: Use the ideal gas law to show that 28.0 g of nitrogen gas and 4.00 ...
 11.101P: The mass of an evacuated 255mL flask is 143.187 g. The mass of the...
 11.102P: A 118mL flask is evacuated, and its mass is measured as 97.129 g. ...
 11.103P: A gaseous compound containing hydrogen and carbon is decomposed and...
 11.104P: A gaseous compound containing hydrogen and carbon is decomposed and...
 11.105P: The reaction between zinc and hydrochloric acid is carried out as a...
 11.106P: Consider the reaction:2 NiO(s) ? 2 Ni(s) + O2(g)If O2 is collected ...
 11.107P: How many grams of hydrogen are collected in a reaction where 1.78 L...
 11.108P: How many grams of oxygen are collected in a reaction where 235 mL o...
 11.109P: The decomposition of a silver oxide sample forms 15.8 g of Ag(s):2 ...
 11.110P: The following reaction consumes 2.45 kg of CO(g):CO(g)+ H2O(g) ? CO...
 11.111P: When hydrochloric acid is poured over a sample of sodium bicarbonat...
 11.112P: When hydrochloric acid is poured over potassium sulfide, 42.9 mL of...
 11.114P: Consider the reaction:P4(s) + 6H2(g) ? 4 PH3(g)(a) If 88.6 L of H2(...
 11.115P: Consider the reaction for the synthesis of nitric acid:3 NO2(g) + H...
 11.116P: Consider the reaction for the production of NO2 from NO:2NO(g) + O2...
 11.117P: Ammonium carbonate decomposes upon heating according to the balance...
 11.118P: Ammonium nitrate decomposes explosively upon heating according to t...
 11.119P: A mixture containing 235 mg of helium and 325 mg of neon has a tota...
 11.120P: A mixture containing 4.33 g of CO2 and 3.11 g of CH4 has a total pr...
 11.121P: Consider the reaction:2 SO2(g) + O2(g) ? 2 SO3(g)A reaction flask i...
 11.122P: Consider the reaction:CO(g) + 2H2(g) ? CH3OH(g)A reaction flask ini...
 11.123P: Which gas sample has the greatest pressure? Assume they are all at ...
 11.124P: This image represents a sample of gas at a pressure of 1 atm, a vol...
 11.125P: ?Automobile air bag inflate following a serious impact. The impact ...
 11.126P: Olympic cyclists fill their tires with helium to make them lighter....
 11.127P: In a common classroom demonstration, a balloon is filled with air a...
 11.128P: Aerosol cans carry clear warnings against incineration because of t...
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Axial bond
A bond to a chair conformation of cyclohexane that extends from the ring parallel to the imaginary axis through the center of the ring; a bond that lies roughly perpendicular to the equator of the ring.

basedissociation constant (Kb)
An equilibrium constant that expresses the extent to which a base reacts with solvent water, accepting a proton and forming OH1aq2. (Section 16.7)

Bonding molecular orbital
A molecular orbital in which electrons have a lower energy than they would in isolated atomic orbitals

chemical kinetics
The area of chemistry concerned with the speeds, or rates, at which chemical reactions occur. (Chapter 14: Introduction)

coupling (of radicals)
A radical process in which two radicals join together and form a bond.

Crystalline domain
An ordered crystalline region in the solid state of a polymer. Also called a crystallite.

Diol
A compound containing two hydroxyl groups

electrolysis reaction
A reaction in which a nonspontaneous redox reaction is brought about by the passage of current under a sufficient external electrical potential. The devices in which electrolysis reactions occur are called electrolytic cells. (Section 20.9)

electrospray ionization (ESI):
In mass spectrometry, an ionization technique in which the compound is first dissolved in a solvent and then sprayed via a highvoltage needle into a vacuum chamber. The tiny droplets of solution become charged by the needle, and subsequent evaporation forms gasphase molecular ions that typically carry one or more charges.

homogeneous catalysts
A catalyst that dissolves in the reaction medium.

Homolytic bond cleavage
Cleavage of a bond so that each fragment retains one electron; formation of radicals.

ionic solids
Solids that are composed of ions. (Section 12.1)

molar mass
The mass of one mole of a substance in grams; it is numerically equal to the formula weight in atomic mass units. (Section 3.4)

nomenclature
A system for naming organic compounds.

nuclear binding energy
The energy required to decompose an atomic nucleus into its component protons and neutrons. (Section 21.6)

optically active
Possessing the ability to rotate the plane of polarized light. (Section 23.4)

orbital
An allowed energy state of an electron in the quantum mechanical model of the atom; the term orbital is also used to describe the spatial distribution of the electron. An orbital is defined by the values of three quantum numbers: n, l, and ml (Section 6.5)

Photosensitizer
A compound that absorbs light and transfers the energy to another molecule.

Radical inhibitor
A compound such as a phenol that selectively reacts with radicals to remove them from a chain reaction and terminate the chain

Valence shell
The outermost occupied electron shell of an atom.