Potenal energy for intermolecular interacons

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Unformatted text preview: lute T, Kelvin Scale. T(K) = θ(oC) + 273.15 Ideal Gas Law, Value of R depends on units for P and V. Always use the Kelvin scale in the Ideal (Perfect) Gas Equa;on of States. •  Number of Significant Digits for results. Round off only at the end of a calcula;on. Keep more digits than significant during calcula;on. •  Dalton’s law of gas mixtures, par;al pressure, mole frac;on. Day #4: Fall 2011 •  Review of Lecture #3 Main Concepts •  Defini;ons of Adiaba;c and Diathermic •  Kine;c Theory of Gases –  Basic Deriva;ons and Limita;ons –  Results PV = nRT (only good when Vm large) •  Real Gases, Kine;c Energy vs. Poten;al Energy for Intermolecular Interac;ons •  Intermolecular Poten;al Energy Curve U(r) •  Repulsive vs. Agrac;ve...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2014 for the course CHEM 3615 taught by Professor Aresker during the Spring '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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