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Intro to Matter: Behavior of Gases

Intro to Matter: Behavior of Gases
Intro to Matter: Behavior of Gases
Intro to Matter: Behavior of Gases
Intro to Matter: Behavior of Gases
Intro to Matter: Behavior of Gases
Intro to Matter: Behavior of Gases
Intro to Matter: Behavior of Gases
Intro to Matter: Behavior of Gases
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When gas molecules are heated the molecules move faster (more energy) causing them to rise.
When gas molecules are hot it causes their container to expand.
When gas molecules are cold molecules vibrate slower and move slowly (less energy) causing them to fall.
Temperature is the specific movement of molecules.
Gas’s Volume is determined by the amount of space it takes up (size of it’s container)
Pressure is the amount of force exerted on a given surface (unit area)
Boyle’s Law-The volume of a gas is inversely proportional to the pressure of a gas when the temperature is constant
When you increase pressure volume decreases
When you decrease pressure volume increases
Charles’s Law-The volume of a gas is directly proportional to the temperature of gas when pressure is constant.
Temperature increases the volume increases
Temperature decreases the volume decreases
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