Mean Translational Kinetic Energy

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  • Created on: 21-09-13 11:56

1. What happens to the pressure when a fixed mass of gas expands to twice its original volume at a constant temperature?

  • Stays the same
  • increases by a factor of 4
  • Halves
  • Doubles
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2. What is the value of k in the mean translational k.e equation?

  • 3.81x10-23JK-1
  • 1.38x10-23JK-1
  • 8.31x10-32J
  • 1.38x10-23JK

3. The mean translational kinetic energy of an atom of an ideal gas is.....

  • none of the above
  • inversely proportional to the temperature of the gas
  • directly proportional to the temperature of the gas
  • directly proportional to the speed of the gas

4. What happens to the temperature of the molecule when velocity is doubled?

  • It increases by a factor of 4
  • It doubles
  • It halves
  • In increases by a factor of root 2

5. A monatomic molecule only has....

  • longitudinal kinetic energy
  • translational kinetic energy
  • one type of atom
  • rotational kinetic energy

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