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The KMT (notes). Kinetic Molecular Theory. The KMT (notes). The KMT (notes). The KMT (notes). The KMT (notes). The KMT (notes). The KMT (notes). A fixed amount of matter is in a “state” defined by its Pressure, Volume, and Temperature.

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## The KMT (notes)

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**The KMT(notes)**Kinetic MolecularTheory**A fixed amount of matter is in a “state” defined by its**Pressure, Volume, and Temperature. According to the Kinetic theory, if the temperature in a gas system increases, the gas particles will move faster. Read the following statements. Mark each one with T (true) or F (false).**a) If the temperature increases and the volume stays the**same, the pressure decreases. b) If the temperature increases and the pressure increases, the number of moles of particles also increases. c) If the temperature increases and the volume stays the same, the pressure increases. d) If the temperature increases and the volume increases the pressure increases.**Observe diagrams A, B, and C. For each one, explain what is**the relationship observed between the variables demonstrated in the diagrams. Consider the variables Pressure, Volume, and Temperature in your explanation. Use to say “increase” Use to say “decrease” Use to say “then”**... what is the relationship observed between the variables?****... what is the relationship observed between the variables?****... what is the relationship observed between the variables?****The following drawings represent pistons with particles of a**gas inside of it. Assuming that the temperature stays the same, and the gas substance is the same, what do you expect to be different in piston “Y” from piston “X”?**According to the kinetic theory, all of the following**statements apply, EXCEPT: a. Particles of matter are in constant motion. b. Temperature is a measure of the average kinetic energy of these particles. c. Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature at which particles of matter still exist. d. Absolute zero is equal to a 1/100th of a Celsius degree.**Hypothesize about the state of matter at 0 K.**“At 0 K, all particles of matter would... “

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