chem 122 Ch 12
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5 properties of gas:
- 1) May be compressed
- 2) Expand to fill container
- 3) Low density
- 4) May be mixed
- 5) constant, uniform pressure on container walls
The Kinetic-Molecular Theory (KMT) based on:
the motion of gas particles.
A gas that behaves exactly as outlined by KMT (Kinetic-molecule theory) is known as an
Jacques Charle's Law
Robert Boyle's law
Ideal Gas Law formula
combined gas law
rate of effusion
The state with the greates kinetic energy is
The state with the least kinetic energy is
phase change is defined as
going from one physical state to another
the process of going directly from the solid state to the vapor state without becoming a liquid
Gas laws describe the physical states of a sample of gas and may involve 4 variables:
pressure, volume, temperature, and moles.
What does R stand for in PV=nRT
Gas constant or ideal gas constant
what's the number for the gas constant or ideal gas constant
The heavier the molecule, the ____ it effuses
The kenetic molecular theory is
a group of assumptions used to explain the bahavior and properties of gases.
The escape of molecules from the liquid to gaseous state is called ____ _____ and is a function of ____ only.
Vapor pressure, temperature
The ratio of volumes of reacting gases or gases products will be in small whole numbers, according to ____
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