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STUDY GUIDE FOR CONTENT MASTERY

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STUDY GUIDE FOR CONTENT MASTERY

States of Matter
Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
13. Pressure is defined as force per unit a. area. 14. What is an instrument designed to measure atmospheric pressure? a. barometer b. manometer c. sphygmomanometer b. mass. c. time.

Section 13.1

Gases

d. volume.

Complete each statement.

1. The kinetic molecular theory describes the behavior of gases in terms of particles in

d. thermometer

motion
a. altitude. b. atmospheric pressure.

.

15. The height of the liquid in a barometer is affected by all of the following EXCEPT the c. density of the liquid in the column. d. diameter of the column tube.

Chemistry: Matter and Change
16. The pressure of the gas in a manometer is directly related to which of the following

2. The kinetic-molecular theory makes the following assumptions.

a. In a sample of a gas, the volume of the gas particles themselves is very

small quantities? compared to the volume of the sample.

b. Because gas particles are far apart, there are no significant attractive or repulsive

forces random motion. d. a c. a

a. height of the mercury column in the closed-end arm b. height of the mercury column in the open-end arm

between gas particles. b b

c. Gas particles are in constant and

d. The collisions between gas particles are a. 76 mm Hg.

elastic
; that is, no

kinetic KE
.

energy is lost.

17. One atmosphere is equal to a pressure of

3. The kinetic energy of a particle is represented by the equation

1/

2mv2

b. 101.3 kPa.

c. 147 psi.

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