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Kinetic Molecular Theory. kinetic. Origin: 1850–55; < Gk kīnētikós moving, equiv. to kīnē - ( verbid s. of kīneîn to move) + - tikos. Source: Websters Dictionary. Standards. Gases expand to fill their containers Gases are fluid – they flow Gases have low density

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kinetic molecular theory
Kinetic Molecular Theory

kinetic

Origin: 1850–55; < Gk kīnētikós moving, equiv. to kīnē- (verbid s. of kīneîn to move) + -tikos

Source: Websters Dictionary

the nature of gases
Gases expand to fill their containers

Gases are fluid – they flow

Gases have low density

1/1000 the density of the equivalent liquid or solid

Gases are compressible

Gases effuse and diffuse

The Nature of Gases
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Particles of matter are ALWAYS in motion

Volume of individual particles is  zero.

Collisions of particles with container walls cause the pressure exerted by gas.

Particles exert no forces on each other.

Average kinetic energy is proportional to Kelvin temperature of a gas.

Kinetic Molecular Theory