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Unit 4: Gases

Pressure force exerted on a mass per unit of surface area
Manometer Device used to measure pressure by comparing the pressure of the gas in the tube to the pressure coming into the tube
Boyle`s Law at constant temperature,pressure and volume are inversely proportional
Charles Law at constant pressure, volume is directly proportional to temperature
Guy Lussac`s Law At constant volume, pressure is directly proportional to temperature
Combined Gas Law Boyle, Charle`s, and Guy-Lussac`s law to form on relationship
Diffusion movement of one substance through another
Effusion process by which gas escapes through small pores in materials
Grahams Law of Diffusion the rate of diffusion of a gas is inversely proportional to the square root of the mass of the gas
Kinetic Molecular Theory properties of an ideal gas
Avagados Law At the same temperature and pressure, equal volumes of any gas contain equal numbers of particles
Mole unit of measurement for the number of particles in a substance
Dalton`s Law of Partial Pressure the total pressure of the mixture is just the sum of all the partial pressures of the different gases in the mixture
Created by: owenwelsh