Unit 9: GasesAfter the Unit 8 Test, the homework is the Unit 9 Vocabulary Worksheet. If you need an additional copy, you can download it for here.Day 1 - Introduction to gases. Includes terms, gas conversions and the Boyle's Law Lab.Note Sheet: Introduction to Gases Note SheetHomework: Page 422: 8-10 and Page 446: 31-34Day 2 - The gas laws and how to use them.PowerPoint: The Gas LawsNote Sheet: Gas Law Note SheetHomework: Page 446: 36, 39, 40, 41, 42, 45, 47, 50, and 51Group Work: Gas Law Group Practice ProblemsAnswer Key: Gas Law Answer KeyDay 3 - The idea gas law and how to use it.PowerPoint: Ideal Gas LawNote Sheet: Ideal Gas Law Note SheetHomework: Page 447: 52 - 56, 60, and 61 (Item 56 in problem 56 is a typo. It should be the item from problem 55. So use the answer from 55 in problem 56)Group Work: Ideal Gas Law Practice ProblemsAnswer Key: Ideal Gas Answer KeyDay 4 - Diffusion, Effusion, and Graham's Law of DiffusionPowerPoint: Diffusion NotesNote Sheet: Diffusion Note SheetHomework: Diffusion Homework SheetDay 5 - ReviewVideosStudy Guide 10-12 - This video covers questions 10-12 on the study guide. These problems deal with pressure unit conversions, Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures, and Gay-Lussac's Law of Combing Volumes (Coefficients and Liters of gases).13-20 - This video looks at the gas laws and the combined gas law as well as discusses the PTV chart shortcut while looking at select problems from the study guide.21-25 - The ideal gas law (PV=nRT) is the focus of this video focusing on how to recognize when to use it, how to use it, and how it can be applied to stoichiometry.26-27 - Graham's Law of Diffusion is covered in this video while solving problems 26 and 27 from the study guide.
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