Chapter 15 Notes - Chapter15Gases,LiquidsandSolids...

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Chapter 15- Gases, Liquids and Solids I. Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures A. In a mixture of gases, all of the molecules are moving randomly and exerting pressure. B. Dalton's Law: The total pressure exerted by a mixture of gases is the sum of the partial pressures of the gases in the mixture. P(total) = P1+P2+P3+. ..... II. Changes of State--Phase Transitions (Know these for quizz!!) A. Phase Transitions Illustrated by Water 1. Solid--> Liquid: melting 2.Solid---> Gas: Sublimation 3. Liquid---> Solid: Freezing 4. Liquid --> Gas Vaporization 5. Gas--> Liquid Condensation, Lique faction
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Water vapor---> Liquid dew 6. Gas---> Solid Condesation, deposition water vapor--> frost B. Vapor Pressure 1. Def- The pressure exerted by a vapor which is in equilibrium with its condensed state. Gas-----(Condensation)--> Liquid Liquid---(vaporization)--> Gas 2. Equilibrium: Two opposite processes occurring at equal rates. 3. Vapor pressure depends on .
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Chapter 15 Notes - Chapter15Gases,LiquidsandSolids...

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