Objectives correspond to
Introductory Chemistry* Concepts & Connections** *
4^{th} 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.

11.4 BOYLE'S LAW

• To sketch a graph of the
pressure-volume relationship for a gas.

• To calculate the pressure or volume of a gas after a
change in conditions.

11.5 CHARLE'S LAW

• To sketch a graph of the
volume-temperature relationship for a gas.

• To calculate the volume or temperature of a gas after
a change in conditions.

11.6 GAY-LUSSAC’S LAW

• To sketch a graph of the
pressure-temperature relationship for a gas.

• To calculate the pressure or temperature of a gas
after a change in conditions.

11.7 COMBINED GAS LAW

• To calculate the pressure,
volume, or temperature of a gas after a change in conditions.

11.10 IDEAL GAS BEHAVIOR

• To list five characteristics of
an ideal gas according to the kinetic theory of gases.

• To determine the value of
absolute zero from a graph of volume or pressure versus temperature.

11.11 IDEAL GAS LAW

• To calculate the pressure,
volume, temperature, or moles of gas, from the ideal gas equation.

• To calculate the molar mass of a gas from the ideal
gas equation.