Lecture 12_092408 - CharlessLaw BoylesLaw V=kT (ForagivenP...

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Charles’s Law V=k’T       (For a given P  and n) Boyle’s Law V = k/P (For a given T and n Avogadro’s Law V=k”n (For a given T and  P)
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Gas Laws Boyle’s Law V = k/P (For a given T and n) Charles’s Law V=k’T (For a given P and n) Avogadro’s Law V=k”n (For a given T and P) All independent of type of gas, T in Kelvins Ideal (Perfect) Gas Law Dependence of V, T, P, n PV=nRT R=PV/nT R-gas constant =   8.314 J/molK = 0.08206 Latm/molK Ideal Gas:  Gas that obeys ideal gas Equation
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Gas Constant - R Proportionality constant, found by experiment In SI units: R = 8.314 J mol–1 K–1 Other units: R = 0.08206 L atm mol–1 K–1 = 62.36 L torr mol–1 K–1 Consistent units are ALWAYS required! Use any convenient units for P, V Then choose R so that units all match
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Ideal Gas Law Problem Sulfur hexafluoride (SF
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Lecture 12_092408 - CharlessLaw BoylesLaw V=kT (ForagivenP...

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