# Chemistry Boyles Law Calculations?

Correct the following gas volumes from the initial conditions to the new conditions. Assume temperature remains constant.
1. 50.0 cm^3 hydrogen at 97.3 kPa to 101 000 Pa
2. 500.0 cm^3 sulphur dioxide at 95.6 kPa to 101.3 kPa
3. 150.0 cm^3 nitrogen at 101.30 kPa to 120.0 kPa
4. 2.00 m^3 neon at 98.2 kPa...
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Correct the following gas volumes from the initial conditions to the new conditions. Assume temperature remains constant.

1. 50.0 cm^3 hydrogen at 97.3 kPa to 101 000 Pa

2. 500.0 cm^3 sulphur dioxide at 95.6 kPa to 101.3 kPa

3. 150.0 cm^3 nitrogen at 101.30 kPa to 120.0 kPa

4. 2.00 m^3 neon at 98.2 kPa to 150 kPa

5. A flask containing 90.0 cm^3 of hydrogen was collected under a pressure of 97.5 kilopascals. At what pressure would the volume be 70 cm^3?

6. A gas has a volume of 50.0 m^3 at standard pressure. Assuming no temperature change, what volume will the gas occupy....

a. if the pressure is doubled?

b. if the pressure is tripled?

c. if the original pressure is cut in half?

7. A gas is confined in a cylinder with a movable piston at one end. When the volume of the cylinder is 760 cm^3 the pressure of the gas is 125 pascals. When the cylinder volume is reduced to 450 cm^3, what is the pressure?

1. 50.0 cm^3 hydrogen at 97.3 kPa to 101 000 Pa

2. 500.0 cm^3 sulphur dioxide at 95.6 kPa to 101.3 kPa

3. 150.0 cm^3 nitrogen at 101.30 kPa to 120.0 kPa

4. 2.00 m^3 neon at 98.2 kPa to 150 kPa

5. A flask containing 90.0 cm^3 of hydrogen was collected under a pressure of 97.5 kilopascals. At what pressure would the volume be 70 cm^3?

6. A gas has a volume of 50.0 m^3 at standard pressure. Assuming no temperature change, what volume will the gas occupy....

a. if the pressure is doubled?

b. if the pressure is tripled?

c. if the original pressure is cut in half?

7. A gas is confined in a cylinder with a movable piston at one end. When the volume of the cylinder is 760 cm^3 the pressure of the gas is 125 pascals. When the cylinder volume is reduced to 450 cm^3, what is the pressure?

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