Chapter 5 review guide 1

Chapter 5 review guide 1 - Chapter 5. Gases Review Guide...

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Chapter 5. Gases Review Guide 5.1 Water from Wells: Atmospheric Pressure at Work Define pressure and understand how a positive pressure or negative pressure (vacuum) can move a liquid. Understand how the pressure of the atmosphere is due to the constituent atoms and molecules. 5.2 Pressure: The Result of Molecular Collisions Define and understand that a pressure is a force per unit area. The pressure of air can be detected and experienced by the senses--with the eardrums, by observing an airplane takeoff and land, and by watching the effects of wind. Define and know units of pressure—pascal, pounds per square inch (psi), torr, inches of mercury, and atmospheres. Know that a manometer is a device that measures pressure; blood pressure is the force that circulates blood. 5.3 The Simple Gas Laws: Boyle’s Law, Charles’s Law, and Avogadro’s Law Know that Boyle’s Law states that the volume and pressure of a gas are inversely related—one goes up as the other goes down.
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