Ideal Gases

Ideal Gases
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By Abigail Seputro

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  • Mr. Ideal Gas, can you explain what an ideal gas is?
  • An ideal gas is a gas that obeys the ideal gas law.
  • The ideal gas law is PV=nRT
  • In an ideal gas, gas molecules have no volume and no attractive forces with other molecules
  • Properties of Ideal Gases Cafe
  • Wow, she looks really slim
  • I'm not attracted to him at all...
  • When you open a shaken soda, the pressure in the liquid drops quickly. 
  • Boyle's Law Lane
  •  As a result, the volume of the CO2 bubbles increase. This is an example of Boyle's Law.
  • As you increase the temperature of the gas, the pressure increases. This is Charles’ Law.
  • Is it hot in here? Or is it just me?
  • The molecules move faster and disperse, causing the balloon to expand.
  • When you heat an aerosol can, the increased pressure may cause the container to explode.
  • As temperature increases, pressure increases. This is Gay Lussac's Law.
  • It was just an empty can!
  • Avogadro's Law states that the volume of a gas is directly proportional to the number of moles of gas.
  • Helium atoms have a lower mass than oxygen molecules, so the helium balloon is lighter.
  • Haha, you're heavier than me!
  • We have the same number of molecules, helium head!
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