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Boyle's Law
p1v1=p2v2 temp is constant; P is inversly proportional to v
Charle's Law
v1/t1=v2/t2 pressure is held constant; V is directly proportional to T
gay-lussac's Law
P1/t1=p2/t2 volume is constant; P is directly proportional to T
Combined Gas Law
p1v1/T1=P2V2/T2
ideal gas law
PV=nRT R=.0821
Dalton's law
Pt=Pa+Pb+Pc
If a flexible container with 2.00 l of gas at 20 degrees celsius, what will happen to the container? What law are you using in this problem?
2.14 l Charle's law;
i the pressure is doubled, what will happen to the volume of a as, assuming the temperature remains constant? Which gas law is this?
the volume will decrease by 1/2; boyle's law
If the volume of a as is tripled, what must have happened to the kelvin temperature, if the pressure remained constant? Which gas law is this?
Temp tripledCharle's law,
If the pressure is tripled and the volume remains constant, what happens to the Kelvin temperature?
it triples as well, gay lussac law
If the pressure of one mole o gas is 1.01 atm and the volume is 22.5 L, what must the temperature of the gas be? Which law do you use to solve this?
227K, Ideal gas law
if the initial pressure is 760 Tor, the initial volume is 23ml and te initial temp is 24 degrees celsius, what will the new temperature be i the pressure is changed to 778 torr, the volume is changed to 56 ml? Which gas law are you using
combined gas, 740 k
list the relative particle size, effect of light, effect of gravity, effect of filtration, and if it's homogeneous or hetero
solution
invisible, no effect of light, gravity, or filtration, homogeneous
list the relative particle size, effect of light, effect of gravity, effect of filtration, and if it's homogeneous or hetero
Colloid
small size, tindall effect, no gravity effect and maybe a filtration effect, hetero
list the relative particle size, effect of light, effect of gravity, effect of filtration, and if it's homogeneous or hetero
Suspension
large size,no effect with light, effected by gravity and filtration, heterogeneous