Topic 10 Learning Objectives Be able to: Define, compare and contrast, classify, differentiate, put
in order, predict using, identify correct and incorrect examples of, identify
correct and incorrect interpretations of, identify correct and incorrect
applications of…the following terms:
pressure Calculate gas pressures using measurements in a closedtube manometer Calculate gas pressures using measurements in an openended manometer Work Boyle’s Law problems Work Charles’ Law problems Work GayLussac’s Law problems Work Avogadro’s Law problems Work Combined Gas Law problems Work Ideal Gas Law problems involving just P, V,
n, and T Work Ideal Gas Law problems involving mass or molar mass, P, V, n, and T Work Ideal Gas Law problems involving density and molar mass Work stoichiometry problems involving the Ideal Gas Law Work gas mixture problems involving partial pressures and mole fractions Work gas mixture problems involving gases collected over water Go into detail about the Kinetic Theory of Ideal Gases Explain GayLussac’s Law from kinetic theory Explain Boyle’s Law from kinetic theory Explain Charles’ Law from kinetic theory Explain Avogadro’s Law from kinetic theory Explain Ideal Gas Law from kinetic theory Work Graham’s Law problems Work rootmeansquare molecular speed problems Go into detail about how real gases deviate from ideal gases Work van der Waals Equation problems
