Hello everyone, today i'm going to be explaining Kinetic Molecular Theory / Ideal Gas Law.
The easiest way to explain what this is is by first explaining what matter is.
Matter in its simplest form is a series of particles that form objects made up of different arrangements of particles, These form either solids, liquids or gases, depending on what state of matter the object is in. This dictates how much kinetic energy the object has, solid objects having the least, with gases having the most.
That being said, the Kinetic Molecular Theory dictates that all particles in their ideal form will move about randomly. The particles are considered not being able to attract or repel each other, and that the average kinetic energy of the gas particles is directly related to the gases kelvin temperature, as they will not lose any energy.
Ideal Gas Particles --->
This theory was first introduced in 1857 by German physicist Rudolf Clausius and is considered the best known theory for how kinetic energy in objects works. I hope this helped out with your studies as to how Molecular Kinetic Theory and the Ideal Gas Law works.