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--Chapter 1--

--Chapter 2--

--Chapter 3--

--Chapter 4--

--Chapter 5--

--Chapter 6--

--Chapter 7--

--Chapter 8--

--Chapter 9--

--Chapter 10--

--Chapter 11--

--Chapter 12--

--Chapter 13--

--Chapter 14--

--Chapter 15--

--Chapter 16--

--Chapter 17--

--Chapter 18--

--Chapter 19--

--Chapter 20--

--Chapter 21--

--Chapter 22--

--Chapter 23--

--Chapter 24--

--Chapter 25--

--Chapter 26--


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Chapter 14: Gases

Ch 14.1 - Gas Laws

●     Boyle's Law - Interactive Piston to demonstrate
P1V1 = P2V2 with graph Visit Site
●     Charles Law - interactive piston in water bath, plots graph, demo of
V1 / T1 = V2 / T2 with graph Visit Site
●     "Rock me Avogadro" - Gas Law song on video, KMT, and all gas laws, refers to Avogadro, lots of fun and good descriptions Visit Site

Gas Sim

●     Best Gas Law simulator – all the controls, better visually – Java applet Oklahoma State) - fabulous!!!
activity available  Visit Site
●     Allows control of P, V, T, and n Visit Site
●     Gas Sim allows control of n, T, size of molecule and more Visit Site
●     Gas Sim from PhET, done with Java. Allows control of T, V, P, n independently, or set one variable to constant. Almost the best. Visit Site
  ● Gas Sim for the Boyle's Law lab to be done at home (see Labs for details of how to do) Visit Site

Wigger Vids

●     Boyle Demo - uses bell jar and vac pump, balloon inside that is sealed expands and then contracts. Visit Site
●     HW p. 433 #30 how to use PV=nRT and it variables Visit Site
●     Boyle's Law Lab - using an on-line gas sim - how to perform this lab Visit Site
●     DO NOW 3-19-20 - Shows two problems one using Ideal Gas Law and one using Combined Gas Law Visit Site
●     HW p. 432 #24 using Combined Gas Law and #28 using PV=nRT Visit Site
●     Gas Laws - Question 48 p438 Visit Site
●     Gas Sim on-line Mini-Lab how variables Visit Site
●     Gas Laws - p. 443, question 60 - Gas Stoichiometry Visit Site
●     Gas Laws Q 49 p438 finding molar mass Visit Site
●     Gas Laws - p. 441.question 56 uses gas stoichiometry to get ratioes of volumes Visit Site
●     p449 #106 uses PV = nRT and gas stoichiometry Visit Site
●   Boyles Law (our first gas law) - p422-1 complete solution  Visit Site
●   Charles Law - p425 6 - complete solution Visit Site
●   Introduction to PV = nRT problems - the basics - Part 1 - Ideal Gas Law - one simple example with all variables being in units of measure PV = nRT can use. Visit Site
●   Introduction to PV = nRT problems - the basics - Part 2 - Ideal Gas Law - This problem requires you to convert 2 units of measure to different units compatible with PV = nRT. Visit Site
  ● How to identify Variables - aka how to classify P,V,n, & T by their units of measure. Example: if you are given Torr as a unit of measure, it wil be a Pressure, or P. Visit Site
  ● Gas Laws Q 49 p438 finding molar mass. Close Upgrade to the latest Flash Player for improved playback performance. Upgrade now or more info. make n = 1 mol, and use that to solve for V. Visit Site
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