Ideal gas law



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Description: <br>The Ideal Gas Law originated as four individual gas laws (Boyle's, Charles's, Gay-Lussac's, and Avogadro's) and the hope is that you can work individually or as a small group to combine them, making the Ideal Gas Law. <br><br>Boyle's Law: PV = constant<br>Charles's Law: V/T = constant<br>Gay-Lussac's Law: P/T = constant<br>Avogrado's Law: V/n = constant<br><br>IDEAL GAS LAW: PV/nT = Universal Gas Constant<br><br>In order for this to happen you will need to research and cultivate an understanding of each individual gas law. You will have to put these ideas together to determine the Ideal Gas Law. Once you have come up with the equation you will work on a lab to determine the Universal Gas Law Constant. Each law allows you to predict future conditions; the ideal gas law constant is a "traveling set of known conditions" and will allow you to predict future conditions as things change.
Grade Level: 9-12
Curriculum: Science
Keywords: Chemistry,Physics,Dalton's Law,Boyle's Law,Gay-Lussac's Law,Charles's Law,Avogadro's Law,Gas Laws,Ideal Gas Law
Author(s): Sarah Dench

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