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Chemistry Board Game—Conversion! Gas Laws Edition

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Conversion! The Chemistry Board Game. Now in the Gas Laws Edition. Your students will enjoy playing this board game, while reinforcing gas laws problem solving skills at the same time.

There are two card sets for each board. One, the conversion cards, includes basic gas laws problems—Boyle’s, Charles’s, Gay-Lussac’s Laws and the Combined Gas Law. The second set, “mole” cards include Ideal Gas Law, Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures, and Graham’s Law of Effusion. Don’t teach all of these concepts? Not to worry! This resource is differentiated for all levels of chemistry students—standard to advanced honors!

Print off five or six game boards and cards for the whole class to play, and use them year after year.

Differentiated to suit your needs. Complete instructions for how to differentiate your game for all levels of students—standard to advanced honors.

Included in this resource:
Conversion Game Board (separate 300 dpi pdf for bright clear printing of any size)
Two stacks of Game Cards—30 cards each (print two sided, laminate, and cut out)
“Conversion Cards”: standard gas law problems and the Combined Gas Law
“Mole Cards”: Ideal Gas Law, Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures, and Graham’s Law of Effusion
Student directions page
Student Answer Sheet (two sided-ready to print)
Quick Answer Key for all 60 cards (Answer Only)
Eight page Answer Key with each problem (60) completely worked out.

Objectives: Modify these to fit your students’ needs!
Solve gas law problems: Boyle’s, Charles’s, Gay-Lussac’s Laws
Solve gas law problems containing three variables, pressure, volume, and temperature, using the Combined Gas Law
Solve Ideal Gas Law problems using the Ideal Gas Law formula
Calculate partial pressures of gaseous mixtures using Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures.
Calculate partial pressure of dry gases collected over water taking into account the vapor pressure of water.
Compare the rate of effusion of two gases using Graham’s Law of Effusion calculations
Determine the unknown gas given it’s rate of effusion and the rate of effusion and molar mass of a comparison gas using Graham’s Law of Effusion formula

You will want to save this lesson and use it for years to come!

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