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    You have six sealed containers, all having the same volume, that contain ideal gases with a different number of molecules at various pressures. The values of the number of molecules (N) and the pressure (P) are listed below.
    Rank these containers in order of increasing temperature, from smallest to largest.
    (If B is lowest, then A, C, D, and finally E is highest, enter BACDE )
    (Note: if of equal magnitude, then enter in the order listed)

    A) P = 3 atm. . . . .N = 9000
    B) P = 6 atm. . . . .N = 3000
    C) P = 5 atm. . . . .N = 7000
    D) P = 1 atm. . . . .N = 5000
    E) P = 4 atm. . . . .N = 1000
    F) P = 2 atm. . . . .N = 1000

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    Ideal gas satisfies the equation
    PV=NkT
    where, P is the pressure, V is the volume, N is the number of molecules, k is the Boltzmann's constant, and T is ...

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    The expert ranks the pressures in order of increasing temperatures. The values of numbers of molecules and pressures are listed.

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