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Standard 4: Gases and their Properties  10% of Star Exam
The kinetic molecular theory describes the motion of atoms and molecules and explains the properties of gases. As a basis for understanding this concept:
State Standard: The random motion of molecules and their collisions with a surface create the observable pressure on that surface. 
Students Will Be Able To: Explain how molecular motion and collisions create pressure. 
Lecture Notes
 Lecture Notes – Ch 15 Solutions Std 6 a,b,c

State Standard: The random motion of molecules explains the diffusion of gases. 
Students Will Be Able To: Explain how molecular motion and collisions result in diffusion. 
State Standard: How to apply the gas laws to relations between the pressure, temperature, and volume of any amount of an ideal gas or any mixture of ideal gases. 
Students Will Be Able To: Solve mathematical problems using the gas laws. Perform an experiment and graph the data relating volume, temperature, and/or pressure. I&E (12E): Solve scientific problems using quadratic equations, and simple trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. 
Homework
 5/1/2019 p433 2933
 5/1/2019 VIDEO LINK  problem # 33  is like problems 29, 30, & 31 because you can solve using given & find and using unit cancellations string of fractions
 5/1/2019 VIDEO LINK  problem 32  whcih is unique to this set of problems because you cannot use GIVEN or FIND.
 4/30/2019 p432 2428  use formatting as shown in class today. Below are 2 videos recorded today to help understand how to do problems
 4/30/2019 VIDEO LINK  How to work problem 28, and how to make your own gas laws
 4/30/2019 VIDEO LINK  How to work problems p 432 24  27
 4/29/2019 VIDEO LINK  p430 #20  Combined Gas Laws
 4/29/2019 VIDEO LINK  P430 # 19  Combined Gas Laws
 4/26/2019 VIDEO LINK FOR #4
 4/26/2019 VIDEO LINK FOR #5
 4/26/2019 VIDEO LINK FOR #6

Lecture Notes
 Lecture Notes – Ch 15 Solutions Std 6 a,b,c

State Standard: The values and meanings of standard temperature and pressure (STP) 
Students Will Be Able To: Calculate the molar volume using STP. 
Homework
 5/1/2019 p433 2933
 5/1/2019 VIDEO LINK  problem # 33  is like problems 29, 30, & 31 because you can solve using given & find and using unit cancellations string of fractions
 5/1/2019 VIDEO LINK  problem 32  whcih is unique to this set of problems because you cannot use GIVEN or FIND.
 4/30/2019 p432 2428  use formatting as shown in class today. Below are 2 videos recorded today to help understand how to do problems
 4/30/2019 VIDEO LINK  How to work problem 28, and how to make your own gas laws
 4/30/2019 VIDEO LINK  How to work problems p 432 24  27
 4/29/2019 VIDEO LINK  p430 #20  Combined Gas Laws
 4/29/2019 VIDEO LINK  P430 # 19  Combined Gas Laws

Lecture Notes
 Lecture Notes – Ch 15 Solutions Std 6 a,b,c

State Standard: How to convert between Celsius and Kelvin temperature scales. 
Students Will Be Able To: Demonstrate a knowledge of the Kelvin scale and compare it to the Celsius scale. 
In Class Assignments
 10/8/2018 Complete both sides of handout. See link for 2sided handout on significant figures.
If you were absent, you are not eligible for the extra credit assignment (#2 on small whiteboard for yesterday.

Homework
 5/1/2019 p433 2933
 5/1/2019 VIDEO LINK  problem # 33  is like problems 29, 30, & 31 because you can solve using given & find and using unit cancellations string of fractions
 5/1/2019 VIDEO LINK  problem 32  whcih is unique to this set of problems because you cannot use GIVEN or FIND.
 4/30/2019 p432 2428  use formatting as shown in class today. Below are 2 videos recorded today to help understand how to do problems
 4/30/2019 VIDEO LINK  How to work problem 28, and how to make your own gas laws
 4/30/2019 VIDEO LINK  How to work problems p 432 24  27
 4/29/2019 VIDEO LINK  p430 #20  Combined Gas Laws
 4/29/2019 VIDEO LINK  P430 # 19  Combined Gas Laws
 4/26/2019 VIDEO LINK FOR #4
 4/26/2019 VIDEO LINK FOR #5
 4/26/2019 VIDEO LINK FOR #6
 10/3/2018 p 51 77 (aj) (10 problems)
 10/2/2018 p. 32 14 (abcdefgh) (8 problems) and p51 (abcdefghij) (10 problems)
If you were absent today you will need to watch both videos linked below
 10/2/2018 VIDEO  ADD & SUBTRACT with scientific notation
 10/2/2018 VIDEO  ADD & SUBTRACT without scientific notation
 9/27/2018 Use the Sig Fig number generator at the link shown. Test yourself on 15 problems. Write down the # the system generates, write down your response. If you miss or if your right, write down the rule that makes the correct answer correct.

Lecture Notes
 Lecture Notes – Ch 15 Solutions Std 6 a,b,c

State Standard: There is no temperature lower than 0 Kelvin. 
Students Will Be Able To: Know the meaning of absolute zero. 
Lecture Notes
 Lecture Notes – Ch 15 Solutions Std 6 a,b,c

State Standard: The kinetic theory of gases relates the absolute temperature of a gas to the average kinetic energy of its molecules or atoms. 
Students Will Be Able To:

Lecture Notes
 Lecture Notes – Ch 15 Solutions Std 6 a,b,c

State Standard: How to solve problems using the ideal gas law in the form PB=nRT. 
Students Will Be Able To:

Lecture Notes
 Lecture Notes – Ch 15 Solutions Std 6 a,b,c

State Standard: How to apply Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures to describe the composition gases, and Graham's Law to describe diffusion of gases. 
Students Will Be Able To:


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