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Chem 101 Exam 3
#1. Which of the following statements correctly describes Boyle's Law? a. the volume of a gas is directly proportional to the number of moles of the gas, if the pressure and temperature remain cons...
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Introduction to Chemistry Chapter 1-2 Questions
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#1. What method used by scientists is the systematic approach to the discovery of new information? a. analytical method b. hypothetical method c. chemical method d. scientific method e. te...
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Exam 4 Review
#1. Which of the following statements concerning the reaction below is FALSE? 2HgO(s)---->2Hg(l)+O 2(g) Enthalpy change=182 kJ a. There is an increase in entropy in this reaction. b. This react...
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#1. Which statement about compounds is FALSE? a. compounds consist of atoms of two or more different elements that are chemically bonded together b. the elements in a compound cannot be separated ...
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