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Sublimation
solid to gas
Condensation
evaporation
Boiling
A phenomenon that occurs when the vapor pressure is equal to the atmospheric pressure
Vapor pressure
pressure produced when vapor particles above a liquid in a sealed container collide with the container walls; a dynamic equilibrium exists between the vapor and the liquid
deposition
gas to a solid
Heat of fusion
amount of energy needed to melt 1 gram of a substance at its melting point
Heat of Vaporization
the amount of energy needed to vaporize 1 gram of liquid at its boiling point
endothermic
absorbing energy
exothermic
releasing energy
Avagadro's theory
22.4L at STP
KNOW PARTIAL PRESSURES
VHE/VAR=PHE/PAR
Conservation of matter
matter can't be created or destroyed
Separating Mixtures
filtration,evaporation,condensation, distillation, chromatography
A gas occupies 1200 mL while under a pressure of 0.97atm and a temperature of 19.0 degrees celsius. The next day the sample was under a pressure of 0.992atm and a temperature of 14.0 degrees celsius. What will the volume of the gas be under these new conditions?
V1*P1/T1=V2*P2/T2
What is the final temp if 400g pf H20 at 30 degrees celsius releases 6000J of energy?
q=mC(delta)T