**CHEM 1001/CHM 1020/ Chm1025C/CHM1032C Name:__Answers**

**Module 6 SamplePretest**** **

**Module
Six Part D Gas Laws 10
points**

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**Boyle’s Law****
(In words and formula) Corwin Section 11.4 p 297
Hill p169-171**

**The volume of a gas is inversely
proportional to the pressure when the temperature remains constant. **

**V _{1}P_{1}=V_{2}P_{2}**

**Charles Law****
(in words and formula) Corwin Section 11.5 p 300;
Hill p171-174**

**The volume of a gas is directly
proportional to the Kelvin
temperature if the pressure remains constant.**

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__V _{1}__

**T _{1} T_{2}**

~~Gay-Lussac’s Law~~~~
(in words and formula) Section 11.6 p 302~~

~~The pressure of a gas is directly
proportional to the ~~*Kelvin*
temperature if the volume remains constant.

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__P _{1}__

~~T~~_{1} T_{2}

~~Dalton’s Law of Partial pressures (in words
and formula) Section 11.9 p308-9~~

~~The total pressure of a gaseous
mixture is equal to the sum of the individual pressure of each gas.~~

~~P~~_{total}~~ = P~~_{1} + P_{2} + P_{3} + …

~~Combined Gas Law Equation (write only the
equation): Section 11.7 p 304~~

__V _{1}P_{1 }__

~~
T~~_{1} T_{2}

**Ideal Gas Equation (write only the equation):
****Corwin Section 11.11 p 313
Hill p174-175**

**PV = nRT**

~~Define: Vapor Pressure of a
Liquid: ~~~~Section 11.8 p 306~~

~~The vapor pressure of a liquid is
the pressure exerted by the gaseous vapor above a liquid when the rate of
evaporation and condensation are equal~~