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Gases, Sig Figs,Laws

Diffusion of Gases, Sig Figs, Scientific Notations, Gas Laws

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the random movement of particles from a high concentration to a low concentration Diffusion
Gas diffusing in a gas Spraying perfumes in a room
Gas diffusing in a liquid O2 diffusing into the blood
Liquid diffusing in a liquid Food coloring diffusing in water
Heavier particles move slower than lighter particles Kinetic Molecular Theory (KMT)
Diffuses the fastest Gases
Diffuses the slowest Solid
Studying how temperature, pressure, & volume affect fixed amount of gases Gas Laws
As one variable increases the other would decrease; an indirectly proportional relationship; Boyle's Law
P1 V1=P2 V2 Formula for Boyle's Law
Used for very small & very big numbers Scientific Notation
If one variable increase the other increases; a directly proportional relationship Charles Law
V1/T1=V2/T2 Formula for Charles Law
Combination of Boyle's & Charles Law Combined Gas Law
P1 V1/T1=P2 V2/T2 Formula for Combined Gas Law
760 mmHg=760 torr=1 atm=101.3 Kpa Pressure Scale
Psi (pounds per square inch) Unit for Pressure
mmHg (millimeters of Hg ) Unit for Pressure
Pa (Pascals) Unit for Pressure
torr (torricelli) Unit for Pressure
atm (atmosphere) Unit for Pressure
RTP (Room Temperature & Pressure)=1atm; 25°C Unit for Pressure
KPa (kilopascals) Unit for Pressure
STP (Standard Temperature & Pressure)=1 atm; 0°C Unit for Pressure
cm3 (centimeters cubed) Unit for Volume
mL (milliliters) Unit for Volume
L (Liters) Unit for Volume
m3 (meters cubed) Unit for Volume
F (Fahrenheit) Unit for Temperature
C (Celsius) Unit for Temperature
K (Kelvin) Unit for Temperature
K=C+273 Formula for Converting C>K
Created by: jj2396
 

 



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