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MCQ: Air trapped inside a single-piston-cylinder exerts a pressure of 760 mmHg. If its volume is increased by 30% at a constant temperature, the pressure exerted would be equal to

533 mmHg
544 mmHg
584 mmHg
633 mmHg

MCQ: According to kinetic molecular model, in gases,

The particles are closely packed together, they occupy minimum space and are usually arranged in a regular pattern
The particles occur in clusters with molecules slightly further apart
The molecules are very far apart and occupy all the space made available to them
The particles vibrate about fixed positions and are held together by the strong intermolecular bonds between them

MCQ: Air trapped inside a single-piston-cylinder exerts a pressure of 760 mmHg. If its volume is increased by 20% at a constant temperature, the pressure exerted would be equal to

533 mmHg
544 mmHg
584 mmHg
633 mmHg

MCQ: For a constant temperature, Boyle's law states that

the pressure of a fixed amount of gas is directly proportional to the volume of the gas
the pressure of a fixed amount of gas is inversely proportional to the volume of the gas
the pressure of a fixed amount of gas is independent of the volume of the gas
None of the above

MCQ: If air at a pressure of 2 MPa is compressed such that the new volume of the air is one eighth of its initial volume, then the new pressure of the air is

0.25 M Pa
2 M Pa
8 M Pa
16 M Pa