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Ch 6 vocab words

Chemistry: An Introduction (Timberlake) Chapter 6 Vocabulary Words

QuestionAnswer
Atmosphere (atm) the pressure exerted by a column of mercury 760 mm high
Atmospheric Pressure the pressure exerted by the atmosphere
Avogadro's Law Volume of gas directly related to number of moles
Boyle's Law pressure of gas is inversely related to the volume
Charles's Law volume of gas directly related to change in K temperature
Combined gas law A relationship that combines several gas laws relating pressure, volume and temperature when the amount of gas does not change: P1V1/T1 = P2V2/T2
Dalton's Law Total pressure exerted=sum of pressures of gases in container
Direct Relationship A relationship in which two properties increase or decrease together
Gay-Lussac's Law Pressure of gas changes directly with change in temperature
Inverse relationship A relationship in which two properties change in opposite directions
Kinetic molecular theory of gases A model used to explain the behavior of gases
Molar Volume A volume of 22.4L occupied by 1 mole of a gas at STP conditions of 0° C (273K) and 1 atm
Partial Pressure The pressure exerted by a single gas in a gas mixture
Pressure The force exerted by gas particles that hit the walls of a container
STP Standard conditions of 0°C (273 K) temperature and 1 atm pressure used for the comparison of gases
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