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Liquid water can be separated into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas through electrolysis. 1 mole of hydrogen gas and 0.5 moles of oxygen gas is produced from 1 mole of liquid water collected in separate 10 L containers at 1 atm. Will the temperatures of the gases be equal? In one to two sentences, use the ideal gas law to explain your answer.

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  1. so we all cheat? hahhaha

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  2. NO BODY CARES ANYMORE

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  3. im literally seeing this teacher's name everywhere

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  4. hold up do you do connections academy?

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  5. I have seen her name on the last four things I have looked at.

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  6. Yo Mrs.Seger is the answer here right tho? LOL

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  7. Folks it's a whole war in this joint I'm trying to get the answers n all I see is arguing sumone jus pass the answers on bro I'm tryna passs😭😭😭

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  8. Same I’m in connections too

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  9. mrs seger is most def 100% a karen

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  10. Me too are you taking the Gas Unit test? I’m having trouble with the test.

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  11. Ummm..... am I the only one confused by that answer?

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  12. The ideal gas law is PV=nRT. If you 1x10(the 1atm times the 10L), divide that by the 0.5x0.0820574 (the 0.5 being the mole and the 0.0820574 being where R is the ideal gas) you get 243.75. So yes, the temperatures of the gases will be equal.

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  13. I am on the gases unit test and I am stuck. I don't know any of the answers

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  14. So has anyone got an "Honor Code violation" on the test yet even if they put it in their own words? Just wording?

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  15. Can't believe I read this entire thread just because a teacher talked about honor code

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  16. i do

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  17. ima be 100% I didn't cheat and I still got told I was cheating so now i just cheat

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  18. Some of us have to risk it cus chemistry makes 0 sense. School teaches us useless information. I'm not going into a career that has anything to do with chemistry. Class is like a jail cell. There is no creativity at all. School just forces us into a horrible lifestyle and sets high standards. You don't need to go to college to be successful in life and none of this useless information is going to help us. Like bro why make us take a math course that actually isn't going to help us in life?! Why can't schools teach us something that's actually important like how to pay taxes!? Instead they put us through heck and force us to compete for grades because if you don't get an A or a B then your automatically not smart and . And to Mrs. Seger imagine actually laughing at a kid for getting the answers wrong, sounds pretty petty tbh. I get it teachers hate for us to cheat but like maybe we wouldn't have to if we weren't so pressured into getting good grades.

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  19. I like seeing her getting dragged because she's at fault for notifying our parents about these websites but chill a little.. We can use *other* resources. I'm sure we're also here because brainly gave a 404

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  20. well this has been a fun thread to read in the end we’re all cheaters so it doesn’t really matter it’s not like we will ever need to know any of this ever so you teachers can muck my barn

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