4 the kelvin temperature of a sample indicates the

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4. The Kelvin temperature of a sample indicates the average KE of the sample. The molecules within a sample have a range of energies. Section 5: Boyle’s Law 1. Boyle’s Law describes the (direct / inverse ) relationship of a gas’ pressure to its volume . 2. In order for the Boyle’s Law relationship to be mathematically proportional, which 2 parameters must be held constant as you manipulate the volume or the pressure of a gas? temperature and moles (or particles) Section 7: Charles’ Law 1. Charles’ Law describes the ( direct / inverse) relationship of a gas’ temperature to its volume . 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? pressure and particles or moles 3. Charles’ law requires temperatures to be measured i n Kelvin. How do you convert °C to K? K = C + 273 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 increase .
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