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Chemistry Honors – Class 36



  • Periods A, C, D – Wednesday, March 26th

Gas Laws Review – Test Tomorrow

  • Test Structure (60 minutes)
    • Provided: conversions, gas laws, basic calculator
    • 10 short answer questions (may involve numbers)
    • 4 calculation questions (require a calculator)
      • gas stoichiometry
      • combined gas law
      • ideal gas law
      • lab calculations
  • Combined Gas Law
    • What is true about the units for each quantity of this law?
    • How do I convert between the units?
    • How do I solve and show work for problems of this type?
  • Boyle’s Law
    • What is an inverse relationship?
    • What is a direct relationship?
    • How do I know what to plot to generate a straight-line graph?
  • Ideal Gas Law
    • How are the quantities related?
    • How can you convert between units of R?
  • Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures
    • Why can pressures be added for gas mixtures?
    • How is pressure defined?
    • How do i use a manometer to compare pressures of gases?
  • Avogadros’ Law
    • How is this related to mole ratio?
    • How are volumes of gases added in the same container?
  • Defining an ideal gas
    • What are the qualities of an ideal gas?
    • Why do we need to define an ideal gas?
  • Molar Volume Lab calculations – Lab Ideas
    • How does changing the amount of acid impact the lab?
    • How do I correct the molar volume for temperature and pressure?
    • What factors impacted the result? How?
  • Reaction Stoichiometery
    • How do I predict the volume of a gas produced in a reaction?
    • How is the volume of a reactant related to other reactants and products in a reaction?

In-Class Work (Practice for Exam Suggestions)

  • Worksheet #2, Worksheet #1
  • Ch. 13 (137, 143, 144, 146)
  • Review “Molar Volume of a Gas” Lab


  • Study for exam


This entry was posted on March 25, 2014 by in CHAgenda, ChemH.
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