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## Chem 105a Week 6 notes

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# Chem 105a Week 6 notes CHEM 105A

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Chapter 5 Continued
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General Chemistry
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Thomas Michael Bertolini
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Date Created: 09/30/16
9/26/16 Chapter 5 Continued ● STP and Molar Volume ○ STP- standard temperature and pressure oC ■ 0 and 1 atm ○ Molar volume- the volume of one mole of gas at stp is 22.42 L ■ Note that real gases have slightly different volumes, but we are only considering ideal gases ● Molar mass of a gas ○ Molar mass and density can be calculated from PV=nRT ○ n = molar masslar mass =mPVRT density =V ● Partial Pressures ○ For a mixture of gases in a container, the total pressure exerted is the sum of the pressures that each gas would exert if it were alone ○ The total pressure is the sum of the pressures due to each gas ○ Ptotal=P1+P2+P3+... ○ For an ideal gas mixture, the total pressure depends on the total number of moles, not the identity or amount of each component ○ The mole fraction is the ratio of the moles of a given gas in a mixture to the total moles in the mixture n P ■ x =n10 = P1 total total ● Collecting a gas over water ○ When a gas is collected by displacement of water, it always contains a small amount of water vapor ○ The vapor pressure of water must be subtracted from the total pressure 9/28/16 ● Kinetic Molecular Theory ○ Kinetic Energy ■ Gas particles frequently collide and exchange kinetic energy ■ A sample of gas at a given temperature has particles with a wide range of velocities ● Temperature is the average kinetic energy ■ At higher Temperatures, these ranges become very broad ● Temperature and kinetic energy ○ Temp is a measure of average KE 3 ○ KE avg 2T ○ R has units of J mo* K ● Root mean square velocity 3RT J ○ μrms=√ MM MM= molar mass kg per mol; R= 8.3145 mol K ● Effusion and Diffusion ○ Effusion- movement of a gas through a pinhole into an evacuated chamber ■ Graham’s Law of Effusion ● At the same temp and pressure, the relative rates of effusion of two gases are given by: Effusion rate fo√ 2as 1 ○ Effusion rate fo√MG1s 2 ○ Lower molar mass; lighter gas particles; higher velocity; faster gas ○ Diffusion- the mixture of gases ■ Think of a perfume spreading through a room ● Real vs Ideal Gases ○ Ideal gas particles ■ Are volumeless ■ Strike each other with elastic collisions ■ Have no attraction to each other ○ Real gases behave like ideal gases at ■ Low Pressure: the particles’ volumes are less significant because they are much smaller in comparison to the volume of the container ■ High Temperature: high KE makes collisions more elastic ● Van Der Waals Equation ○ The van der Waals equation is a modification of the ideal gas law that closely fits real gas behavior n 2 ○ [P +a(V) ] * (V −nb) = nRT ○ The bracketed quantity is an adjustment to correct for the pressure caused by intermolecular forces ○ The quantity in parentheses is a correction of volume ○ “A” accounts for interactions among gas particles ■ Gases with weak intermolecular forces have low a values ○ “B” subtracts the volume of gas molecules themselves ■ Generally increases with the size of the gas molecule 9/30/16 ● Continued ○ These constants are experimentally determined ○ No need to memorize constants nor van der Waals equation Chapter 6 (Skip section 10) ● Thermochemistry- the relationship between matter and energy ● Energy- capacity to do work ● Work- force acting over a distance ● Potential Energy- energy stored due to position or composition ● Kinetic Energy- energy due to motion of an object ● System- any defined environment ● Surroundings- everything else ● System + Surroundings = Universe ● Units of energy ○ Joule (J)- the energy needed to move 1 kg mass 1 m using a force of 1 Newton ■ 1 J = 1 Nm ○ Calorie (cal)- the energy needed to raise 1 g of water by one degree celsius ■ 4184 J ■ Kcal- food calories- energy needed to raise 1 kg water ○ Kilowatt-hour (kWh)- used to measure electrical energy ■ 3.60 E 6 J ● First Law of Thermodynamics ○ The total energy of the universe is constant. Or, energy is neither created nor destroyed ■ Energy can be transferred between objects ■ Energy can be transformed from one form to another

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