Chem 114 lecture 4

Chem 114 lecture 4 - gases lose their elasticity...

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Chem 114 lecture 4 12/09/2008 09:42:00 PV= constant Evolution of the Gas law PV = C C depends on both the temperature and the identity of the gas Evolves! Step 1: PV = Cm Step 2: C = Q(T + D) o Therefore PV = mQ(T + D) The temperature you get by extrapolating gas behavior from the hot behavior to  the low (-273º C) is the lowest you can go. This is absolute zero. At this temperature, 
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Unformatted text preview: gases lose their elasticity completely. ← ← On the Kelvin Scale, water freezes at 273 K. Degree size is same, just everything is moved down quite a bit ← ← Law of combining volumes ← Avogadro (1811) • Proposal: if you look at a sample of 2 different gases, where • GET NOTES FROM SOMEONE ELSE. YOU HAD TO POOP. 12/09/2008 09:42:00 ← 12/09/2008 09:42:00 ←...
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2008 for the course CHEM 114 taught by Professor Moore during the Fall '08 term at Yale.

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