equations for exam 2 in chem

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  1. What equation should be used when dealing with  pressure and volume? (Boyle's law)
    P1V1=P2V2
  2. Equation for volume and temperature?  (Charles' law)
    V1/ T1 = V2/T2
  3. Equation for pressure and temperature?
    P1/T1=P2 /T2 (Gay - lussiac law)
  4. Equations for  volume and moles (Avogadro's law)
    V1/N1=V2/N2
  5. How many mmHg's are in 1 atm?
    760 mmHg
  6. Converting celsius to kelvin
    celsius + 273.15
  7. How many psi's are in 1atm?
    14.7 psi
  8. How many pascals are in an atm
    101,325
  9. 1 kilopascal = 1,000 Pascals.

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