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Standard pressure in the various units:
 1 atm
 1.01325x10^{5} Pa
 101.325 kPa
 1.01325 bar
 760mmHg
 760torr
 14.7 lb/in^{2}

What is an ideal gas?
A gas which exhibits a linear relationship among volume, pressure, temperature, and amount.

What is Boyle's law?
 at a constant temperature, the volume occupied by a fixed amount of gas is inversely proportional to the applied (external) pressure.

What is Charles' Law?
 At a constant pressure, the volume occupied by a fixed amount of gas is directly proportional to its absolute (kelvin) temperature

What two relations can be derived from Charles' and Boyle's laws?
 Pressure is proportional to temperature
 Volume is proportional to amount of gas

What is the ideal gas law? and what is R?

What is the equations for the RMS speed? What does RMS stand for?
 Rootmeansquare
 R

What is the rate of effusion of gas A vs gas B?

