Honors Chemistry Name______________________________

IF Problems

Mr. McAfoos Period____________
Date_____________

Solve the following
problems. Be sure to think about the
units of each property as you go through the problems.

1. A balloon has a volume of 34 L. If the pressure goes from 1.22 atm to 3.11
atm what wil the new volume of the balloon be?

2. A balloon has a volume of 35.6 L at a temperature of
34.9^{o}C. If the temperature
goes up to 56^{o}C what will the new volume be?

3. A balloon at 210K has a volume of 56 L. If the temperature is dropped until the
balloons volume is only 35 L what is the new temperature in ^{o}C?

4. If a spray can has an internal pressure of 1.88 atm at
room temperature (20^{o}C), what will the pressure be if the
temperature of the can goes up to 350 K?

5. A weather balloon has a volume of 345 L at 21 degrees
C and 1.04 atm. If it flies up to a
place where the pressure is only 530 mm Hg and the temperature drops to -3.4oC
what will the new volume be?

6. A balloon is filled with 13 moles of gas so that its
volume is 302 L. If the balloon is
slowly leaking so that at a later time it holds only 4.7 moles what will the
volume of the balloon be?