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# June 2017 Chemistry Regents

## Replies to: June 2017 Chemistry Regents

• Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
@Samnicole16 but I remember the question said ideal gas
• Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
Anyone save their answers in their calculator?
• Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
Well We'll find out all the answers 6pm tonight on http://www.kentchemistry.com/RegentsExams/regentsexams.htm
• Registered User Posts: 22 Junior Member
@nickster505 You don't make any sense.... If temperature doubles, pressure doubles. Think about the combined gas law. Pressure over temperature. That is a direct relationship which is a line going up. An inverse relationship would be something like volume and pressure, which makes a sort of hyperbola.
• Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
how about the last question of the test what was it and what was answer
• Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
• Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
But what you described is a real gas. They added the words ideal gas. That is why the question was confusing for me because I am used to the fact that as temp increases, pressure increases, which would be that linear line going up. But bc it said Ideal gas, I thought about the idea that as temp increases, you need pressure to decrease, which would be a downward slope.
• Registered User Posts: 36 Junior Member
Think about it logically. As volume goes down, there less room for the particles to move around it, and they bump on the walls of their container more. When the volume is large, there is a lot of room and particles don't bump against the container so much. I chose the linear option because, if nothing else, it paired a small container and low pressure.
• Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
Side note- I can't remember for the h+ acceptor if I put 1 or 2 and it's making me really nervous
• Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
why wasnt it 1.4
• Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
What did you guys get for 49,50
• Registered User Posts: 61 Junior Member
The base on the reactant side was the acceptor
• Registered User Posts: 61 Junior Member
Was the ideal gas drawing a relationship between pressure and temp. Or pressure and volume?
• Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
the H+ accepter was the choice on the reactant side that on the product side had an extra H
• Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
I know and I'm scared I picked choice 2
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