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Chemistry Cornell Notes Template Name: Joshua Gomez Class 3rd Date 3/28/18 Questions Notes Compressibility Compressibility is the measure of how much the volume of a matter will decrease under pressure. Gases are easily compressed Airbags are an example of how compressed gases are able to absorb impact Kinetic Theory Gases are easily compressed because of the space between the particles in a gas. No significant forces of attraction or repulsion so particles move freely in gases can predict and explain how a gas will respond to a change in conditions What are the three factors that affect gas pressure? The three factors are the temperature, the amount of gas, and the volume all affect the gases pressure. Pressure is measured by kilopascals, Volume is measured in liters, temp is measured in kelvins or celcius (preferably kelvins because the formula requires the temperature in Kelvin) More gas is more particles which is more collisions to more pressure Amount of gas When pressure inside a container is low gas rushes in, when it is high it rushes out. example: aerosoles Volume Pressure can be increased by lowering the volume (same amount of gas in a smaller space) Temperature Heat produces more pressure because it increases the kinetic energy of the gaseous particles Questions Notes Boyle’s law equation P1 x V1 = P2 x V2 (inverse relationship is always a curve on a graph) Temp and volume of a gas? As the temperature of an enclosed gas increases, the volume increases and the pressure is constant Charles law The volume of a fixed mass of gas is directly proportional to its kelvin temperature and

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