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unit 5 science

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QuestionAnswer
state the rules for what makes numbers a sig fig all non zeros, sandwiched zeros, final zeroes after decimal, and all numbers in scientific notation
what are the 3 states of matter solid, liquid, and gas
describe the intermolecular forces of a gas and a solid a solid has a higher force than a gas because the molecules are trying to leave a closed space
describe the molecules in a solid, liquid, and gas solid they are close, liquid they are moving freely, and a gas they are far apart
what factors influence the speed of samples of gas hot makes them fast, cold makes them slow, bigger they are the slower they are, the smaller they are the faster they are
what is absolute zero and what temperature does it occur at it is when all life stops and 0 kelvins and -273 celsius
what is the formula to convert c to f f-32x5/9
what is the formula to convert f to c 9/5(c)+32
what is the formula to go from c to k c=273
what is stp standard temperature and pressure
why do we use stp to discuss the volume of gas, the number of gas particles in that volume, the pressure of the gas, and the temperature of the gas
summarize charles law as you increase temperature volume increases
summarize gay lusacs law as pressure increases temperature increases
what is our mnemonic device for metric conversions KHDUDCM
Created by: madison8143