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Kinetic Theory ILS

ILS KT 2013

QuestionAnswer
Least amount of kinetic energy BE Condensate
KE is great enough to pull away particles, but not all they way Liquid
Attracted to magnetic fields Plasma
Enough KE to overcome attraction gases
Found in fluorescent lights plasma
Particles not longer move at this point absolute zero
Theory that states that all particles are moving kinetic theory
Explains a general set of observations law
Measurement of the average speed of the particles temperature
Measurement of the total speed of the particles heat
Most of the matter in the universe is plasma
Matter in this form "clumps" together BE condensate
Force applied over a distance Work
Ability to do work Energy
Energy in motion Kinetic energy
Pressure makes particles move faster
Heating matter makes it move faster
Solids have less energy than liquids, gases, and plasma
BE Condensate has less energy than all states of matter
Plasma has more energy than all states of matter
Liquid has more energy than BE and Solids
Liquids have less energy than gases and plasma
Gases have more energy than BE, Solids, liquids
Gases have less energy than plasma
Plasma is on Earth as ball lightning, fire, auroras
When temp is constant, and volume and pressure are inversely proportional Boyle's Law
When Pressure is constant and volume and temperature are directly proportional Charles's Law
When volume is constant and pressure and temperature are directly proportional Gay-Lussac's Law
Stepping on a balloon decreases volume and increases pressure Boyle's Law
Heating the air in a hot air balloon makes the gases expand Charles's law
Throwing an aerosol bottle into a fire makes the pressure rise Gay-Lussac's law
Gas to liquid condensation
gas to solid deposition
solid to gas sublimation
solid to liquid melting
liquid to solid freezing
liquid to gas evaporation
Kinetic energy does what between phase changes? increases when melting, evaporating or sublimation decreases in deposition, condensation, freezing
indefinite shape indefinite volume gas
indefinite shape definite volume liquid
definite shape definite volume solid
When particles of a gas move faster in a containter they exert more pressure on the inside of that container
force over an area pressure
Least amount of kinetic energy BE Condensate
KE is great enough to pull away particles, but not all they way Liquid
Attracted to magnetic fields Plasma
Enough KE to overcome attraction gases
Found in fluorescent lights plasma
Particles not longer move at this point absolute zero
Theory that states that all particles are moving kinetic theory
Explains a general set of observations law
Measurement of the average speed of the particles temperature
Measurement of the total speed of the particles heat
Most of the matter in the universe is plasma
Matter in this form "clumps" together BE condensate
Force applied over a distance Work
Ability to do work Energy
Energy in motion Kinetic energy
Pressure makes particles move faster
Heating matter makes it move faster
Solids have less energy than liquids, gases, and plasma
BE Condensate has less energy than all states of matter
Plasma has more energy than all states of matter
Liquid has more energy than BE and Solids
Liquids have less energy than gases and plasma
Gases have more energy than BE, Solids, liquids
Gases have less energy than plasma
Plasma is on Earth as ball lightning, fire, auroras
When temp is constant, and volume and pressure are inversely proportional Boyle's Law
When Pressure is constant and volume and temperature are directly proportional Charles's Law
When volume is constant and pressure and temperature are directly proportional Gay-Lussac's Law
Stepping on a balloon decreases volume and increases pressure Boyle's Law
Heating the air in a hot air balloon makes the gases expand Charles's law
Throwing an aerosol bottle into a fire makes the pressure rise Gay-Lussac's law
Gas to liquid condensation
gas to solid deposition
solid to gas sublimation
solid to liquid melting
liquid to solid freezing
liquid to gas evaporation
Kinetic energy does what between phase changes? increases when melting, evaporating or sublimation decreases in deposition, condensation, freezing
indefinite shape indefinite volume gas
indefinite shape definite volume liquid
definite shape definite volume solid
When particles of a gas move faster in a container they exert more pressure on the inside of that container
force over an area pressure
Created by: evroman