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BJU ch 10 Chemistry

gas laws

What must be done to Celsius temperatures that are used in gas law problems? Convert to Kelvin
What is the other common term for a millimeter of mercury (mm Hg)? torr
What gas law says that the rate of effusion is inversely related to the molar masses of gases? Graham's law of effussion
What gas law is represented by the equation PV=nRT? ideal gas law
Which gas law focuses on the relationship between pressure and volume? Boyle's law
Which law focuses on the relationship between volume and temperature? Charle's law
Dry ice is the solid form of which gas? carbon dioxide
In the equation PV=nRT, n represents what? the number of moles of gas in a sample
Normal atomospheric pressure at sea level is approximately what? 1 atm
Which scientist devised the law that states Ptotal =P1+P2+P3+...Pn? Dalton
What volume does gas occupy at STP? 22.4L
Because gas mingles easily with porous substances, it exhibtis what? permeability
The force and number of collisions per second of a gas's molecules will have the most effect on its what? pressure
What are the noble gases from the periodic table? last row examples Argon, Xenon
The properties of gases are? fluidity, permeability and compressibility
Created by: RiddleBCA