Gases consist of hard, spherical particles, usually ____or____. 


GAs particles are so small that they have negligible volumes and there is _____between particles. 


All collisions are perfectly_____. 


What does that mean “all collisions are perfectly elastic”? 

total kinetic energy is constant, no loss of kinetic energy in collisions 

The large empty spaces means gases are_____. 


What are three factors that affect gas pressure? 

amount of gas, volume, temperature 

You use the kinetic theory to explain what? 

how gas responds to change of condition 

GAs pressure is a result of______. 

collisions of gas particles with the container 

Increasing the amount of gas increases the number of_____whhich increases_____. 


Pressure is directly proportional to? 


What are the two types of fluids? 


Fluids always flow from regions of ____to _____. 

high pressure to low pressure 

Pressure is inversely proportional to____. Presure is directly proportional to _____. If volume is halved, pressure is ____. If volume is doubled pressure is _____. 

volume; gas; double; halved 

What happens as particles absorb thermal energy? 

speed and kinetic energy increase 

Doubling kelvin temperature does what to the pressure? 


At any tempertuare the product of pressure times volume is_____. 


At constant pressure, the volume of a fixed mass of gas is directly proportional to it its______. What is the formula for this? 

kelvin temperature; v one over t one = v 2 over t 2 

What is the forumula for the combined gas law? 

p(1) x v(1)/t (1) = p(2) x v(2)/t(2) 

What is the formula for the ideal gas law? 


What is the difference between ideal gases and real gases? 

real gases can be liquified and ideals gases cannot 

Whenever you have equal volumes of gases at the same temperature and pressure you also have equal numbers of_____. 


_____is the process in which a gas escapes through a tiny hole in a container. 


Do gases with lower molecular mass or hgih molecular mass effuse faster? 

