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Properties of Gases and Gas Laws PowerPoint with Guided Notes NGSS Aligned

Properties of Gases and Gas Laws PowerPoint with Guided Notes NGSS Aligned

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If you are looking to a COMPLETE PowerPoint and student guided note-taking sheet for the characteristics and properties of gases, pressure and temperature conversions, and ALL gas laws, this is it! The PowerPoint includes vibrant diagrams and animations for your visual learners with inquiry-driven, interactive note-taking activities embedded in the presentation. PowerPoint is animated with teaching notes and tips.

Topics covered include: characteristics and properties of gases, temperature and pressure conversions, kinetic molecule theory, Boyle's law, Charles' law, Gay-Lussac's law, Avogadro's law, Combined gas law, Ideal gas law, diffusion and effusion, and Graham's law.

Included with your purchase: flattened PPT file with teacher notes, PDF with student notes and teacher answer key.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the properties of gases
  • Define pressure and convert between the different units of pressure
  • Define temperature and convert between Celsius and Kelvin
  • Explain the kinetic molecule theory as it relates to gases
  • Explain the relationship between pressure and volume (Boyle's Law) and solve problems using these variables
  • Explain the relationship between volume and temperature (Charles' Law) and solve problems using these variables
  • Explain the relationship between pressure and temperature (Gay-Lussac's Law) and solve problems using these variables
  • Explain the relationship between moles and volume (Avogadro's Law) and solve problems using these variables
  • Explain how Boyle's Charles;, Gay-Lussac's, and Avogadro's laws combine to form the Ideal Gas Law
  • Explain the properties of an ideal gas
  • Solve problems using the ideal gas law formula
  • Explain the relationship between gas velocity and the mass of a gas molecule (Graham's Law) and solve problems using these variables
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