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# gas-law

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Question | Answer |
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States pressure is inversely proportional to volume @ constant temperature | Boyles Law |

During expiration, intrapulmonary pressure increases & volume decreases | Boyles Law |

P1,V1=P2,V2 | Boyles Law |

Volume increases, pressure decreases | Boyles Law |

Explains why a large volume of a gas is released from a pressurized cylinder | Boyles Law |

Volume is directly proportional to the absolute temperature @ constant pressure | Charles Law |

temperature increases, volume increases | Charles Law |

V1/T1=V2/T2 | Charles Law |

Inflatable cuff of an LMA expands when placed into an autoclave for sterilization. Examples of what law? | Charles Law |

Pressure is directly proportional to absolute temperature if volume is constant | Gay-Lussac's Law |

As temperature in a gas in a container increase, pressure increases | Gay-Lussac's |

P1/T1=P2/T2 | Gay-Lussac's |

P1 V1= P2 T2T1 T2 | Combined Gas Laws |

Ideal Gas law states | amount of gas is determined by its Pressure, Volume & temperature |

Combined Law states | Product of the volume of gas & its pressure over temperature is equal to a constant |

How do you change the state of a molecule/atom? | Add heat, it increases the molecular vibration |

the number of molecules in 1 mole of a substance | Avogadro's numvber |

1 mole of gas at standard temperature & pressure occupies a certain volume | Avogadro's hypothesis |

Avogadro's number | 6.022X10 e23 |

Avagadro's hypothesis | 22.4 liters |

Avogadro's law | Describes the relationship between the amount of gas & volume of gas |

total pressure in a mixture of gasses is equal to the sum of the partial pressures of the individual gases, assuming the gases DO NOT react w/ each other | Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure |

According to Boyle's Law: If volume increases you would expect | pressure decreases |

According to Charle's Law: If Temperature increases, you would expect | Volume decreases |

According to Gay-Lussac's Ideal Law: If temperature increases, you would expect | Pressure to increase |

Ideal Gas Law | PV=nRT |

According to Ideal Gas Law: as number of moles(n) decreases | Pressure decreases |

Gas constant of ideal gas law is equal to? #In the equation: PV=nRT | 0.0821 L atm |

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p.wagner@wolford.edu