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Chapter 5 Key Equations (5.2) Boyle’s law. For calculating pressure or volume changes. (5.4) Charles’s law. For calculating temperature or volume changes. (5.6) Charles’s law. For calculating temperature or pressure changes. (5.7) Avogadro’s’ law. Constant P and T . (5.8) Ideal gas equation. (5.9) Modified ideal gas equation. For taking into account the initial and final conditions. (5.10) For calculating changes in pressure, temperature, or volume

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Unformatted text preview: when n is constant. (5.11) For calculating density. (5.12) For calculating molar mass. (5.13) Definition of mole fraction. (5.14) Dalton’s law of partial pressures. For calculating partial pressures. (5.16) For calculating the root-mean-square speed of gas molecules. (5.17) Graham’s law of diffusion and effusion. (5.18) van der Waals equation. For calculating the pressure of a nonideal gas....
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