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Lesson II Student PowerPoint Note Guide "The Gas Laws"

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This lesson aligns with the Common Core State Standards:
STANDARD 5 - Matter and Energy
"The competent science teacher understands the nature and properties of energy in its various forms, and the processes by which energy is exchanged and/or transformed.
5A. understands the atomic and nuclear structure of matter and the relationship to chemical and physical properties
5C. understands the cause and effect of chemical reactions in natural and manufactured systems
5E. analyzes the properties of materials in relation to their chemical or physical structures and evaluate uses of the materials based on their properties
5F. explains conservation of mass and energy and explains interactions of energy with matter, including changes in state"

Student note sheet for the PowerPoint lesson II in the "States of Matter" unit II - introductory chemistry. This lesson identifies factors that causes a gas to exert pressure; relates temperature, volume and pressure using Charles’s Law, Boyle’s Law and the combined gas law, and uses the laws to predict how gases will behave.

PowerPoint lessons contain many graphics and links to short videos to further student understanding.
PowerPoint slides also contain notes for the instructor based on students most "frequently asked questions" or FAQ's to help clarify the subject.
A class activity is included at the end of each lesson.

*All PowerPoint lessons; review programs; student worksheets/activities and assessments for this unit can be found under the "Introductory Chemistry Complete Unit II States of Matter" zip file folder.

Terms/concepts covered in this lesson include:

gas laws
pressure
P = F/a
newtons
pascals
kilopascals
gas particles
particle collisions
temperature
volume
number of particles
Jacques Charles
Charles’s Law
V1 /T1 = V2 /T2
Robert Boyle
Boyle’s Law
P1V1 = P2V2
combined gas law
P1V1 /T1 = P2V2 /T2
propane tank
liquid nitrogen

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8 pages
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Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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