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________________ and _________________ Section 7: Charles’ Law 1. Charles’ Law describes the (direct / inverse) relationship of a gas’ _____________ to its _____________. 2. In order for the Charles’ Law relationship to be mathematically proportional, which 2 parameters must be held constant, as you manipulate the volume or the temperature of a gas? ________________ and _________________ 3. Charles’ law requires temperatures to be measured in Kelvin. How do you convert °C to K? Section 8: Gay – Lussac’s Law 1. When the volume of a container is held constant, increasing the temperature of the gas held inside will cause its pressure to __________________. Section 9: Molar Volume 1. Define ideal gas : ___________________________________________________________ 2. What would Avogadro say about the number of molecules in each balloon below? 1 Liter of H 2 1 Liter of N 2 1 Liter of O 2 3. The molar volume is the volume occupied by 1 mole of a substance. For a gas at conditions of 0 °C and 1 atm, the molar volume is ____________ (don’t forget the units). 4. You have learned that the coefficients in a balanced equation indicate mole ratios. However, in this section you learned that the coefficients can be interpreted another way. How can they be interpreted? Book questions to complete: pages 272 – 274, # 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 15, 16, 18, 20 – 23, 27.
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