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  • The Ideal Gas Law

    The Ideal Gas Law relates several variables of state of an ideal gas with the following equation: P V = n R T, where P is the pressure of the gas in atmospheres, V is the volume of the gas in liters, n is moles of the gas, and T is the temperature of the gas in Kelvin degrees. R is the ideal gas constant. The Ideal Gas Law is a combined summary of Boyle’s Law, Charles’s Law, and the Avogadro’s Law. This Law works best under low pressure, room temperature (298K) environments because these environments allow gases to behave ideally, namely to assume that these gas molecules are point masses with no significant volume, experience little interaction with each other, and that all collisions (whether with each other or with the walls of the container)…

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  • Fluorine And Noble Gases

    Fluorine isn't simply an “F” on the periodic table. It is much more. In fact, fluorine is the most important element of any element on the periodic table. It indeed does not belong to the great collection of Noble Gases in Group 8A of the periodic table, but its position in Group 7A alongside the elegant Noble Gases solidifies it as one of the leading significant elements at our disposal. For that reason, in the the showmanship of element practicality, fluorine is an outstanding competitor! It…

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  • Solids, Liquids And Gases

    Solids, Liquids, and Gases Solid, Liquids, and Gases are very interesting types of states of matter; however, they are distinct from one another. As already mentioned in class before, matter is everything that takes up space and its right to say that the space that is taken by matter is or a solid or a liquid or a gas. That can prove to us that this three states of matter are essential in this world we know. A solid is a sample of matter that retains its shape and density when…

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  • Gases During The Holocaust

    During the Holocaust, Nazis put Jewish people into gas chambers. The Jewish people they killed first were the people who had mental and physical disabilities. They killed them first because the were deemed “unworthy of life” by the Nazis. The Nazis made six gas chambers, and put one in Bernburg, Brandenburg, Grafeneck, Hadamar, Hartheim, and Sonnenstein. In these chambers, they used pure, chemical manufactured carbon monoxide gas. They used the gases to form the “Final Solution”, to kill off all…

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  • Greenhouse Gases Research Paper

    Bardakci 1 Kaan Bardakci 50132344 ESL 408 – Professor Jon Meeder Research Paper 1st Draft 21 April 2015 Greenhouse Gases and Global Warming Since the beginning of the history , humanity has fought with dramatic disease like sharbon , malaria or AIDS , however they prevented harmful effects of these diseases every time .In old times which was before Industrial Revolution , people did not need any machine producing devices like cars , laptops , houses , residances so global warming was not…

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  • Alka-Seltzer Co: Two Gases

    The main objective of this lab was to collect 〖Co〗_2 gases that were given off by the Alka-Seltzer tablets and to identify experimental masses. The volume of gas was 724 liters, or 723.86 cm and the experimental mass was .0894 grams. A balance scale was used before and after the reaction to record the change in overall mass. First, using the scale, the flask, balloon, and Alka-Setlzer tablets were measured, 259.4 ±.05 Grams were found. What created the “〖Co〗_2 gases to be trapped” were the…

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  • The Effects Of Greenhouse Gases On New Zealand

    Executive summary: INTRODUCTION: This report discusses the effects of greenhouse gases on New Zealand through tourism and the actions that the NZ Government has taken to protect the environment. Nowadays, greenhouse is become a serious issue for tourist countries. New Zealand is trying to take care of it. The number of tourist is increase dramatically and because of it the amount of greenhouse gases is increased.  Greenhouse Gases: Any of the atmospheric gases that contribute to the greenhouse…

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  • Greenhouse Gases And Climate Change Essay

    but you cannot see greenhouse gases and judge which is going to produce more gas. Studies are finding that cows, and other livestock, produce greenhouse gases, are having measurable effects to climate change. Although cars produce a lot of carbon dioxide (CO2) , livestock emit methane (CH4) and CO2, plus contribute to climate change in other ways. Methane is a byproduct of livestock. It is a fast acting greenhouse gas, meaning that methane will contribute to climate change more quickly than…

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  • How To Change Greenhouse Gases Essay

    Predicting surface temperature is nearly impossible. If it were possible to change greenhouse gases, it would be simple to calculate change in our temperature. If you were to change a single greenhouse gas, it would have an effect in other components. Efforts to change the system are known as “feedbacks”. Water is the most important and uncertain. Usually molecules remain in our atmosphere for hundreds of years, but water molecules only remain in the atmosphere for a few weeks. It is constantly…

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  • The Kinetic Molecular Theory: Why Gases Behave The Way They Do

    The Kinetic Molecular Theory explains why gases behave the way they do. It explains how gas particles are in constant motion and create collisions that results in pressure. The theory is split up into four different postulates. Number one explains how gases are made up of tiny particles. To prove that those particles take up space, postulate #2 tells us that the particles collide with each other and those collisions make pressure. Pressure can either expand or shrink a flexible container,…

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