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3/5/2012 Standards: 4 Properties of Gases

Objectives:

●  Be able to calculate KE and Rate of Effusion

●  Expose students to gas simulators (3) and students will understand that

pressure, temperature, and size of chamber (volume) are all inter-related.

DO NOW:

1. Define all vocabulary terms given on page 385, East side defines 1st 5 first,

West side of room defines last 5 first (starts w pressure).

HOMEWORK:

1. Ch 13.1 PP\'s, p. 388 1-3

App A Ch 13.1 p. 878 1 & 2

Ch 13 Assess, p. 415 62 - 64 (5 pts total for all 3) Std 4

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BASKET: Journal 3/1 (day before quiz)

SN Ch 13.1,States of Matter, p. 171-174 (5 pts) Std 4

Pascal = 1N/m2 (N is abbreviation for newton

which is a measure of force)

KMT

To get video:

1st go to www.mrwiggersci.com/chem

“Learning Center” > “Web Helps”

> Ch 13 > Look for KMT in the

top left of screen

Click on “Visit Site”

Gas simulator for extra credit assignment

(30 points possible)

http://intro.chem.okstate.edu/1314F00/Laboratory/GLP.htm

Take a look at other gas simulators:

Gas sim demonstrates effusion

http://group.chem.iastate.edu/Greenbowe/sections/projectfolder/flashfiles/gaslaw/effusion2.html

Gas sim demonstrates diffusion

http://lsvr12.kanti-frauenfeld.ch/KOJ/Java/Diffusion.html

Note: 4 variables in equality, you will

always be given 3 of them and be asked to solve for the 4th.

Typical problems using formula

(this slide and next)

Similar to #1 & 2 on p. 388

Find

Given

Cl2

F2

What is the ratio of effusion rates of these two gases.

Note:

4 variables in equality, you will

always be given 3 of them and be asked to solve for the 4th.

Similar to problem 3 on p. 388

Find

Given

Molar mass of A = 2.5 g/mol

Rate of effusion of B = 3 times that of A

What is the molar mass of B?

Note:

4 variables in equality, you will

always be given 3 of them and be asked to solve for the 4th.

3/6/2012 Standards: 4 (properties of gases)

Objectives: (per. 1 & 3 Tu) (per. 2, 4, & 6 Wed; both see HW page for Tu)

●  Review HW and strategies for setting up relationships and ratios in

word problems.

●  Dalton\'s Law of Partial Pressures – Be able to do calculations using DL,

& atm<-->kPa

DO NOW:

1. If you have a 3 L container, and the pressure from O2 = 2 atm, and the pressure

from H2 = 4.5 atm, and the pressure from N2 = 1.3, then what will the total

pressure be in the container? (p. 391 & plug in to formula)

2. If you have PT = 3.2 atm, and P1 = 0.5 atm, and P2 = 0.7 atm, and P3 = 1.2 atm,

what is the pressure from P4 ? (p. 391 & plug in to formula)

3. Mini-Lab "Mass vs Velocity of Molecules" will be due tomorrow (10 pts) Std 4

HOMEWORK:

1. Work the following problems (see link on HW page of website):

“Solving Problems a Chem Handbook”, p. 129   5-8 (3 pts) Std 4

2. Ch 13 Assess, p. 415   65-67 (2 pt) Std 4

Answers:65   0.01 atm   ;   66   0.99 atm   ;   67   1.1 atm

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STAMPS: Journal 3/5/12

1. Ch 13.1 PP\'s, p. 388 1-3

App A Ch 13.1 p. 878 1 & 2

Ch 13 Assess, p. 415 62 - 64 (5 pts total for all 3) Std 4

Dalton\'s Law of Partial Pressures

Ptotal = P1 + P2 + P3 + P4 + ......

3/7/2012 Standards:4 (properties of gases)

Objectives:

● Students will be able to convert any unit of pressure to any other unit of press.

● Students will be able to see how partial pressure of water affects pressure.

DO NOW:

1. Convert 2.75 atm into Pascals, then into Torr

(use today\'s handout "Ch 13.1 & 14.1-14.3 Gases - Tutorial)

2. Calculating % error from lab question #\'s 7 & 8.

HOMEWORK:

1. SN Ch 14.1 p. 185-189 (3 pts) Std: 4

2. Ch 13 Assess, p. 415   68-71 (2 pts) Std: 4

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STAMPS: WAIT ●  Journal 3/6/12

1. Work the following problems (see link on HW page of website):

“Solving Problems a Chem Handbook”, p. 129   5-8 (3 pts) Std 4

2. Ch 13 Assess, p. 415   65-67 (2 pt) Std 4 .

Mass vs Velocity of Molecules LAB (10 pts)

COPY EVERYTHING TO DO NOW

theoretical

actual

Percent Error of relative rate of

effusion of Cl2 to H2

theoretical (calculated) - actual (your counts)

theoretical (calculated)

x 100 = % error

page 145, Question # 69

pressure at sea level = 1 atm

3/8/2012 Standards: 4 (properties of gases)

Objectives:

●  Introduce the combined Gas Law formula

●  Be able to calculate Boyles & Charles Law problems with individual formula

and Combined Gas Law formulas

DO NOW:

1. Use your handout from yesterday to figure out which gas law will need to use

for each of the following and then solve for the unknown:

(a) given: P1 = 700 Torr, V1 = 500 mL, V2 = 600 mL, find P2 ,

(b) given: T1 = 400 deg C, V2 = 550 mL, V1 = 300 mL, find T2

HOMEWORK:

1. Ch 14.1, Boyle, p 422 1-5; Charles, p 425 6-8 (5 pts) Std 4

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STAMPS:   ●  Journal 3/7

1. SN Ch 14.1 p. 185-189 (3 pts) Std: 4

2. Ch 13 Assess, p. 415   68-71 (2 pts) Std: 4

temp. must be K degrees

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Boyle\'s Law:

P1V1 = P2V2

Charles Law:

V1V2

T1 T2

http://group.chem.iastate.edu/Greenbowe/sections/projectfolder/flashfiles/gaslaw/boyles_law_graph.html

http://group.chem.iastate.edu/Greenbowe/sections/projectfolder/flashfiles/gaslaw/charles_law.html

temp. must be K degrees

=

Combined Gas Law

P1V1P2V2

n1T1 n2T2

=

See if you can make Boyle\'s Law by writing this equality and then crossing out the variables that are not part of that law.

3/9/2012 Standards: 4 (properties of gases) ORATORICAL

Objectives:

● Be able to work Boyle, Charles, & Gay-Lussac problems for Gas Laws.

● Be able to use combined gas law formula.

● Have 100% of everyone present subscribed for YouTube.com/owigger

DO NOW:

1. Using your handout from yesterday, tell who’s law is being used:

(a) You are given 2 temps and 1 volume; (b) you are given 2 volumes

and 1 pressure;

(c) you are given 2 pressures and one temp

HOMEWORK:

1. Gay-Lussac, p. 427 9-13 (3 pts) Show given & find, calcs and circle your

2. Boyles\'s Law Worksheet (handout) - Show given & find, calcs and

Do the following problems: 5, 6, 7 (a&b), 9 (a&b), 11 (a&b), 17 (a&b),

19 (a&b), and 21 (5 pts) Std 4

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STAMPS: ●  Journal 3/8

Ch 14.1, Boyle, p 422 1-5; Charles, p 425 6-8 (5 pts) Std 4

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How to Identify Variables

http://mrwiggersci.com/chem/Tutorials/ch14-gases-all-formulas.htm

Link above goes to a 2 page handout

you received in class. Picture to the

left is from the bottom of it\'s page 2.

Typical Variables:

mmHg Torr

mL kPa

n L

K °C

Pa

psi