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MERCY JUNIOR COLLEGE 8) In defining Charle's law, quantity which remains constant

CHEMISTRY I is
GRADE 11 - JUSTICE A. volume
B. pressure
C. temperature
D. forces
NAME:
YEAR LEVEL & SECTION: 9) In defining Charle's law, volume is directly proportional
TEACHER’S NAME: to
PROCTOR’S NAME: A. temperature
B. pressure
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE
C. moles
INSTRUCTION: Encircle the letter of the correct D. atoms
answer. (2 POINTS EACH)
10) Charle's law was given by
1) Mathematical expression that describes Boyle's law is A. Dutch scientist
A. PV = constant B. French scientist
B. V * constant = P C. Polish scientist
C. P * constant = V D. American scientist
D. V ⁄ P = constant
11) Between temperature and volume of gas Charle's law
2) If temperature of any gas is increased its volume determines
A. increases A. qualitative relationship
B. decreases B. quantitative relationship
C. remains same C. none
D. none of above D. correlation

3) Laws of gases are obtained by 12) Law which relates pressure and volume of gas is
A. pressure A. charle's law
B. volume B. Avogadro's law
C. ideal gas equation C. boyle's law
D. Joule Thomson effect D. ideal gas law

4) In Avogadro's law volume is directly propotional to 13) As compared to volume occupied by gas, volume of
A. Pressure particles is
B. (no of moles) A. more
C. Volume B. infinite
D. Temperature C. negligible
D. less than volume of gas
5) K' according to Boyle's law s equal to
A. PT 14) Pressure of gas depends on the
B. PV A. density of gas
C. P/V B. mean square speed of gas molecules
D. P/T C. both A and B
D. temperature
6) Boyle's law is used only for
A. non ideal gases 15) Space occupied by gas is
B. light gases A. area
C. ideal gases B. volume
D. heavy gases C. space
D. mass
7) Constant used in Boyle's law is
A. pressure
B. temperatue
C. volume
D. energy
II. GAS STOICHIOMETRY
INSTRUCTION: ANSWER THE FF. PROBLEMS USING THE FORMULAE FOR GAS STOICHIOMETRY. ONLY CHOOSE
2 PROBLEMS. USE A SEPARATE SHEET FOR YOUR SOLUTION. (5 POINTS EACH)

1. How many moles of nitrogen gas is needed to react with 44.8 liters of hydrogen gas to
produce ammonia gas?

3H + N 2 2 2NH 3

2. How many liters of ammonia are produced when 89.6 liters of hydrogen are used in the
above reaction?

N + 3H
2 2 2NH 3

3. Ten grams of calcium carbonate was produced when carbon dioxide was added to lime
water (calcium hydroxide in solution). What volume of carbon dioxide at STP was needed?

CO + Ca(OH)
2 2 CaCO + H O 3 2

III. ESSAY

IV. SCOING RUBRIC FOR ESSAY


CONTENT 6pts.
ORGANIZATION 2pts.
MAIN IDEA AND SUPPORTING 2pts.
DETAILS
TOTAL 10PTS

1. The Gas Laws have been proven to improve various aspects of modern technology for the past decades. If these laws were
not concluded by their own respective scientists, how will this affect how we live today? Discuss in detail.

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