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Lesson 1: Properties of Gases and the Kinetic Model

Objectives:
• Compare the behavior of particles in solids, liquids and gases
• State how temperature and kinetic energy are related
• Explain how temperature and pressure affect gas volume
• Describe an ideal gas using the kinetic model

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Lesson 2: Measuring Pressure and Temperature

Objectives:
• Convert between different units of pressure
• Describe the absolute temperature scale
• Convert between Kelvin and degrees Celsius

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Lesson 3: Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressure

Objectives:
• Define partial pressure
• State Dalton’s Law of partial pressure
• Calculate the pressure of mixtures of gases or the pressure of one gas in a
mixture

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Lesson 4: More Gas laws

Objectives:
• Explain how a change in gas volume, pressure, or temperature affect the other
two
• Write the equation for the combined gas law
• Use the combined gas law to calculate the pressure, volume or temperature of a
gas

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Lesson 5: The Ideal Gas Law

Objectives:
• Write the equation for the ideal gas law and to identify each quantity in it
• Use the ideal gas law to solve for unknowns given sufficient information.

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Lesson 6: Graham’s Law

Objectives:
• Explain Graham’s Law
• Tell how molar mass of a gas relates to particle speed
• Use Graham’s law to calculate the relative velocities of two gases

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