MacDonald, CH1020, Problem Set 11 CH1020 Problem Set 1 ReadingRead all of Chapter 5. Start with Sections 5.1-5.4. After completing Ch. 5 you should be able to: •Describe the atmosphere •Understand pressure, volume and temperature •Learn the Kinetic Molecular Theory and the gas laws •Calculate quantities of gases in chemical reactions •Apply the ideal gas law to molar masses and densities •Learn the differences between real and ideal gases •Understand effusion and diffusion •Use the ideal gas law in conjunction with reaction stoichiometry Problems5.12, 5.13, 5.17-5.19, 5.21, 5.23-5.31, 5.33-5.36, 5.39-5.46 Additional Problems1.Macroscopic properties of gases: Describe a gas. What is it like? State as many specific properties as you can. 2.The concept of pressure: What is pressure? Pressure is force per unit area. How would you distinguish force from pressure? Force is an extensive property, pressure is an intensive property. In which situation is the pressure greater?
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