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Title: Unit Conversions for the Gas Laws
Description: CHEMISTRY
May 5, 2020

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    1) Be able to convert between oCelcius <--> Kelvin temperature.
    2) Be able to convert between pressure units of atmosphere, mm Hg and kilopascal.
    3) Be able to visualize gas molecules movement when conditions of pressure, temperature, volume and number of moles changes.
    4) Understand the Kinetic Molecular Theory.



Compare temperature scales (Celcius, Kelvin, Farenheit)        oC + 273 = K        oF - 32 = 1.8 oC
Give units for measuring air pressure: 1 atm = 101.3 kPa = 760 mm Hg

Objectives  correspond to Introductory Chemistry Concepts & Connections 4th Edition  by Corwin

11.1 PROPERTIES OF GASES
  
  To list five observed properties of a gas.

11.2 ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE
    
To state standard atmospheric pressure in the following units: atm, mm Hg, torr, cm Hg, in. Hg, psi, and kPa.
     To convert a given gas pressure into a different unit of measurement.

11.3 VARIABLES AFFECTING GAS PRESSURE
    
To identify the three variables that affect the pressure of a gas.
     To state whether gas pressure increases or decreases for a given change in the volume, the temperature, or the number of moles of gas.


Homework:    Unit Conversions for Gases
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