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As one increases, the other decreases.
Volume and pressure of a gas.
Smallest partible of potassium.
Atom
Created the atomic theory of matter.
Dalton
Person who first suggest that matter is composed of particle.
Democritus
A pure substance that can be broken down into two or more pure substances.
compound
Smallest particle of water.
molecule
Pure substance that cannot be changed into may other pure substance by ordinary means.
element
The atomic theory of matter says that _____, _______, and ______ are made of particles.
solids, liquids, and gases
The shape and volume of the air you inhale is determined by __________.
the shape and volume of your lungs
A vacuum is a place where _________.
no matter is found.
The fumes from a gas or what you smell is called a ___________.
vapor
The amount of space a gas takes up
volume
The relationship between the temperature and the volume of a gas is called __________ law.
Charles'
The relationship between pressure and volume of a gas is called __________ law.
Boyle's
Gases are made up of
atoms
-- mass of a gas

-- expressed in g or kg
amount
-- expressed in atmospheres (atm)

-- force the gas exerts on the objects it touches
pressure
-- amount of space a gas takes up
volume
-- a measure of thermal energy of a gas

-- measured in either Celsius or Fahrenheit
temperature
As one increase, so does the other.
Volume and temperatures of a gas.
If you blow up a balloon and tie it securely, and put it into a freezer, what will happen to it?
it will decrease in volume