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GASES

GASES

GASES. Paul Gilletti, Ph.D. Mesa Community College. Gases (Vapors). Gases expand to fill any container. Therefore, gases are highly compressible. Kinetic Molecular Theory ( of an Ideal Gas ):.

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Chemistry 14.4

Chemistry 14.4

Chemistry 14.4. Ideal Gases and Real Gases. Under what conditions are real gases most likely to differ from ideal gases?

By johana
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How Do Gases Behave?

How Do Gases Behave?

How Do Gases Behave?. The behavior of gases can be described by the kinetic molecular theory of ideal gases. Gases consist of submicroscopic particles moving about randomly with no attractive forces for one another.

By Thomas
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Entropy (YAC- Ch. 6)

Entropy (YAC- Ch. 6)

Entropy (YAC- Ch. 6). In this Chapter, we will: . Introduce the thermodynamic property called Entropy (S) Entropy is defined using the Clausius inequality Introduce the Increase of Entropy Principle which states that

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Example 7-9

Example 7-9

Chapter 7 Continued Entropy: A Measure of Disorder Study Guide in PowerPoint to accompany Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach , 5th edition by Yunus A. Çengel and Michael A. Boles. Example 7-9

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Chapter 2: Properties of Fluids

Chapter 2: Properties of Fluids

Chapter 2: Properties of Fluids. Eric G. Paterson Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Spring 2005. Note to Instructors.

By lexiss
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Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer. The gas with the largest volume at STP is: 10.0 g He 10.0 g Ne 10.0 g Ar 10.0 g Kr. (56.0 L He). 1 mol He. 22.4 L He. He:. 10.0 g He. 56.0 L He. x. x. =. 4.00 g He. 1 mol He. Source: 2004 VA Chemistry EOC Exam. Bell Ringer. The gas with the largest volume at STP is:

By carrington
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ME 300 -D

ME 300 -D

ME 300 -D. Midterm – I Review. Problem # 1.22. A spherical balloon holding 35 lbm of air has a diameter of 10 ft. For the air, determine the specific volume in ft 3 / lbm and ft 3 / lbmol , and b)the weight in lbf . Let g = 31.0 ft/s 2. m = 35lbm; volume of sphere = 4/3 p R 3

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Bellwork Monday, January 6 th

Bellwork Monday, January 6 th

Bellwork Monday, January 6 th. List three differences in the particles that make up the substances below. CHEMISTRY Unit 5.1 THE STATES OF MATTER and gas laws. Kinetic theory of gases - valid only at extremely low density.

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The Gas Laws ( Section 14.1 Review)

The Gas Laws ( Section 14.1 Review)

The Gas Laws ( Section 14.1 Review). Objectives: 7.0 Explain the behavior of ideal gases in terms of pressure, volume, and temperature using Charles's law, Boyle's law, and Gay-Lussac's law. . Boyle’s Lab. Boyle’s law states that the ________ of a gas varies ___________ with _____________.

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The Behavior of Gases

The Behavior of Gases

The Behavior of Gases. Properties of Gases The Gas Laws Ideal Gases Gases: Mixtures and Movements. Properties of Gases. Objectives: Explain why gases are easier to compress than solids or liquids are. Describe the three factors that affect gas pressure. Compressibility.

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The Behavior of Gases

The Behavior of Gases

The Behavior of Gases. 14.1 Properties of Gases 14.2 The Gas Laws 14.3 Ideal Gases 14.4 Gases: Mixtures and Movements. Properties of Gases. Objectives: Explain why gases are easier to compress than solids or liquids are. Describe the three factors that affect gas pressure. Compressibility.

By bree
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Kinetic Theory of Gases

Kinetic Theory of Gases

Kinetic Theory of Gases. Physics 202 Professor Lee Carkner Lecture 13. What is a Gas?. But where do pressure and temperature come from? A gas is made up of molecules (or atoms) The pressure is a measure of the force the molecules exert when bouncing off a surface

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Microfluidics and “Lab-on-a-Chip” Modules

Microfluidics and “Lab-on-a-Chip” Modules

Microfluidics and “Lab-on-a-Chip” Modules. •Societal and economic trends likely to affect your career. •What is a “Lab-on-a-Chip”? -Examples of the technology -Rationale for using it -What is the role for Chem E’s. NY Times, March 4, 2004 Thomas Friedman BANGALORE, India

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Carnot Cycle

Carnot Cycle

Carnot Cycle. w= -nRT hot ln(V2/V1) q=-w. State 1 T hot. State 2 T hot. isothermal. q=0, w=C V T. q=0, w=-C V T. adiabatic. adiabatic. isothermal. State 4 T cold. State 3 T cold. w= -nRT cold ln(V4/V3) q=-w. Carnot Cycle: PV Diagram. -nRT hot ln(V 2 /V 1 ). 1. C V T.

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Gases

Gases

Gases. Chapter 13. Kinetic Molecular Theory. Gases consist of large numbers of tiny particles that are far apart relative to their size. Collisions between gas particles and between particles and container walls are elastic collisions. Gas particles are in continuous, rapid, random motion.

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Gases

Gases

Gases. Properties of Gases Gases uniformly fill any container Gases are easily compressed Gases mix completely with any other gas Gases exert pressure on their surroundings. Pressure. Measuring barometric pressure The barometer Invented by Evangelista Torricelli in 1643 Units

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-Avogadro’s Law (extension) -STP & molar volume of gas (review) -Ideal Gas Law (most important)

-Avogadro’s Law (extension) -STP & molar volume of gas (review) -Ideal Gas Law (most important)

Ch. 14.3 – Ideal Gases. -Avogadro’s Law (extension) -STP & molar volume of gas (review) -Ideal Gas Law (most important). Avogadro’s Law. V. n. Equal volumes of gases contain equal numbers of molecules (moles) at constant temp & pressure true for any gas. Volume of Gas at STP.

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Avogadro’s Law

Avogadro’s Law

Avogadro’s Law. What is Avogadro’s Law. Avogadro’s Principle – equal volumes of gases at the same temperature and pressure contain equal numbers of particles. Avogadro’s Formula. Formula : V 1 = V 2 n 1 n 2 This is a direct relationship!

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States of Matter

States of Matter

States of Matter. There are three main states of matter. Kinetic molecular Theory (KMT) helps us explain the states of matter. Kinetic Molecular Theory (KMT). KMT states that particles of matter are in constant motion. Molecular motion is defined by: Kinetic Energy = ½ mv 2

By tuyen
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