02 Notes - Gas Laws I

02 Notes Gas Laws - Pluchino Regents Chemistry Phases of Matter 02 Gas Laws I Aim How do gases behave Do Now W hat three factors have the biggest

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Pluchino – Regents Chemistry Phases of Matter – 02 Gas Laws I Aim: How do gases behave? Do Now: What three factors have the biggest effect on the behavior of a gas? Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases Gases consist of very small particles, each of which has a mass. Gas particles are separated by very large distances. The particles of a gas are in constant, random, rapid motion. All collisions are perfectly elastic. There are no attractive forces between gas particles. The temperate of a gas is only dependent on the average KE of the gas particles. If a gas follows the KMT, it is called an ideal gas. A real gas is most likely to behave ideally when: Temperature is high Pressure is low Molar mass of the gas is small H and He are most likely to behave ideally What is the end result of a squirrel being run over by a truck? (in terms of volume and pressure) Boyle’s Law: relates volume and pressure P 1 V 1 = P 2 V 2 Pressure and volume are inversely related
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02 Notes Gas Laws - Pluchino Regents Chemistry Phases of Matter 02 Gas Laws I Aim How do gases behave Do Now W hat three factors have the biggest

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