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Gas No definite volume or shape, flows, compressible, particles far apart, particles move randomly until they collide with each other or walls
Ideal Gas Doesn't exist, point masses (mass, no volume), no VWF, elastic collisions, no friction, stick to ideal gas law
Real Gas As T increases, P decreases, has volume and VWF
Diffusion Movement from high to low concentration
Effusion A type of gas movement of gas from high to low through a small opening
Pressure Force/area
Boyle's Law If T is constant, inverse relationship between V and P of a gas, as P increases, V decreases, as P decreases, V increases V1P1=V2P2
Charles' Law If P is constant, there's a direct relationship between V and T (in K), as T increases, V increases, as T decreases, V decreases V1/T1=V2/T2
Gay-Lussac's Law V is constant, direct relationship between P and T (in K), as P increases, T increases, as P decreases, T decreases P1/T2=P2/T2
Combined Gas Law V1P1/T1 = V2P2/T2 Starting point
STP Standard temperature and pressure (273 K and 101.3 KPa)
Molar Volume 1 mole of any gas at STP is 22.4 L
Ideal Gas Law PV=nRT
Limiting Reactant The reactant that gets used up first, determines how much is made, when all used -> reaction stops
Stoichiometry The quantitative study of chemical reactions
Manometer A device that measures pressure of a gas, can be opened/closed
Percent Yield The percent of what you actually get (experimental yield/theoretical yield) (100)
Created by: archergirl