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STRATEGIC
INTERVENTION
MATERIAL
(CHARLES’ Law)
PREPARED BY: JOSE MARI B. ACABAL
REVIEWED BY: ______________________
QA: ______________________

11 .9 REFERRENCES ----------------------------------------------.1-4 ACTIVITY CARD -------------------------------------------.i OBJECTIVES ------------------------------------------------.5-7 ASSESSMENT CARD --------------------------------------.10 ANSWER KEY CARD --------------------------------------.ii GUIDE CARD ----------------------------------------------. TABLE OF CONTENTS LEARNING COMPETENCIES---------------------------.8 ENRICHMENT CARD -------------------------------------.

jpg . FOURTH QUARTER LEARNING COMPETENCY  volume and temperature at constant pressure of a gas(S10MTIVa-b-21) http://classroomclipart.com/i mages/gallery/Clipart/Scienc e/TN_female-student-holding- flask-doing-experiment-in- science-lab-science- clipart.

com/images/galler y/Clipart/Chemistry/T N_boy-with- chemical-graduated- cylinder.jpg .  Make calculations using Charles’ law.  Perform all the activities with honesty http://classroomclipa rt. OBJECTIVES At the end of the class. the students are expected to:  Describe the relationship between temperature and volume.

When the generalized variable of pressure is discussed. This idea of gas molecules hitting the wall will be used often. the symbol P is used. the symbol V is used. When the generalized variable of temperature is discussed. The three- dimensional space enclosed by the container walls is called volume. Note that Celsius is captalized since this was the name of a person (Anders Celsius). PRESSURE . This concept is very important in helping you to understand gas behavior. if there are openings. usually measured in degrees Celsius (symbol = °C).All gases have a temperature. VOLUME . Keep it solidly in mind. can be sealed with no leaks.All gases must be enclosed in a container that. A liter is also called a cubic decimeter (dm3). Volume in chemistry is usually measured in liters (symbol = L) or milliliters (symbol = mL). Page 1 . GUIDE CARD 1 TEMPERATURE . the symbol T is used. When the generalized variable of volume is discussed.Gas pressure is created by the molecules of gas hitting the walls of the container.

1atm=760 mm Hg= 760 torr) • Temperature: Celsius. Kelvin. • The formula of Charles’ law is V1/T1 = V2/T2 • Units used for Charles law are as follows: • Volume: Milliliter (mL). pascal. its volume is directly proportional to the absolute temperature. Page 2 . mm Hg. at a constant pressure. and Fahrenheit • K=273+ oC • F=C x 9/5 + 32 • Volume of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature. torr (1atm= 101325 pascals. Liter (L) ---(1000mL = 1L) • Pressure: atm. GUIDE CARD 2 • states that if a given quantity of gas is held at a constant pressure.

ACTIVITY CARD 1 Solve the Following Word Problems (VOLUME) 1.0 mL of nitrogen at 25° C and a pressure of 736 mm Hg. A sample of oxygen occupies a volume of 160 dm3 at 91° C. What will be volume of oxygen when the temperature drops to 0. A container holds 50.00° C? Page 3 . What will be its volume if the temperature increases by 35° C? 2.

1 cubic meters of a gas have a temperature of 15 oC. 2. Calculate the decrease in temperature (in Celsius) when 2.0 °C is compressed to 1. 3. What temperature is required to increase the volume to 3.00 L.00 L at 21.5 cubic centimeters? Page 4 . ACTIVITY CARD 2 1.

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ASSESSMENT CARD WORD PROBLEMS 1. If the balloon initially has a volume of 0. A woman puts a balloon in a freezer. what will the volume of the balloon be when it heats up to a temperature of 200 degrees C? 2. what will the balloon be when it reaches a temperature of 273 K? Page 6 . A man puts a balloon on a heating vent. If the balloon initially has a volume of 4 L and a temperature of 400 K.6 liters and a temperature of 293 K.

An open "empty" 2 L plastic pop container. What is the starting volume? 4. which has an actual inside volume of 2. WORD PROBLEMS 1.0 °C a gas has a volume of 8. will leave the container as it warms? Page 7 . what will the temperature of the balloon be when it's volume reaches 600 mL? 2. the temperature will change from 315 °C to 452 °C.00 L. is removed from a refrigerator at 5 °C and allowed to warm up to 21 °C. When the volume of a gas is changed from ___ mL to 852 mL. If a balloon initially has a volume of 400 liters and a temperature of 500 K.05 L. What volume of air measured at 21 °C. At 210.0 °C? 3. What is the volume of this gas at -23. ENRICHMENT CARD I.

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V2 = 0.12 L Page 9 . V2 = 50. Volume 1. Temperature 2. T2 = 300K 2. -126. Charles ASSESSMENT 1.0 °C 2. V2 = 4.97 L ENRICHMENT 2.9 mL N2 2. V2 = 2. 16. V2 = 160 dm3 x 273 K/364 K = 120 dm3 O2 ACTIVITY 3 ACTIVITY 2 1.691 L 4. V1 = 0.14 L 3. ANSWER KEY CARD ACTIVITY 1 1. Gas 5. Law 6. V2 = 2. Pressure 4.94 °C 3.0 mL x 333 K/298 K = 55.73 L 1.