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According to Boyle's Law, what kind of relationship does pressure and volume have?
According to Charle's Law, what kind of relationship does temperature and volume have?
- - Higher temperature, greater volume
- -lower temperature, smaller volume
Changes between liquid and gas
- - vaporization
- - evaporation
- - boiling
- - condensation
Changes between solid and gas
Changes between solid and liquid
- - melting - ex. water
- - freezing - ex. ice
Explain Charles Law
Charles found that when the temperature of a gas is increased at constant pressure, it's volume increases. When temperature of a gas is decreased at constant pressure, it's volume decreases.
Explain Boyle's Law
Boyle found that when a pressure of a gas at constant temperature is increased the volume of the gas decreases when pressure is decreased, volume increases - ex. opposite/indirect
What are 2 types of solids
- - crystaline - ex. diamond, salt,
- - amorphous - ex. butter
What are 3 factors that are important in working with the gas
- - volume
- - pressure
- - temperature
What are the 2 properties of liquid
- - viscosity
- - service tension
- - ex. high viscosity, thick liquid
- - ex. low viscosity, thin/watery liquid
What happens to pressure when temperature is increased?
When temperature of a gas at constant volume is increased, the pressure of the gas increases.
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