Our final concept of the gas unit is the Ideal Gas Law. This law enables us to determine pressure, volume, temperature, or moles of a confined gas. You will be able to solve problems to identify gases based on measurements in the lab and molar mass.
- Warm Up 76
|1. Predict what happens to the volume of air in a balloon if the temperature decreases. Explain how you know and reference particle collisions, particle distance, and inside vs. outside pressure.
2. Observe the demonstration. Sketch a particulate diagram of the balloon system before, during, and after the addition and removal of the balloon from liquid nitrogen.
- HW Check 76 (Practice 6.3)
- Work back: Quiz 6a, Unit 5 FRQ
- Discussion 6.4 – Ideal Gas Law & Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures
- 6.4 Practice
- Finish Practice 6.4