SUMMER INSTITUTE – Module 5 – Vapor Pressure and Gas Laws
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Module 5 – Vapor Pressure and Gas Laws –
5 hours – due July 30th!
***By the way we are entering the 10th week of the 1st quarter of Regents Chemistry
Activity 1: SKILL : Identify the differences in vapor pressure in liquids by observations and relate these differences to Table H in reference table.
Activity 2: SKILL : Boiling phase change is a pressure dependent value.
Boiling Cold with Butane:
Activity 3: SKILL: Intro to Pressure and Manometers – devices that measure pressure
1: Please view the lecture on Manometers (Lecture 1.7) , the (simple) Manometer demo, and the Large Flask Demo.
Lecture 1.17 – Introduction to Manometers
A simple Manometer Demo:
A Large Flask Demo: Why is the atmospheric pressure able to hold the cardboard against 5 liters of water in the flask? How many feet of water is being supported?
Activity 4: SKILL: Observe the Gas Law Derivations to learn the 2 basic gas law formulas and all
the factors that affect gases.
Activity 5: SKILL – Combined Gas Law (Dynamic Gas Law) Practice
Pressure intro Presentation:
Boyles Law Demo Destroyed by Temperature changes: Why doesn’t the pressure change?
Boyles Law worksheet Review for the 1st page in worksheet:
Charles Law and Gay – Lussac Review for the 2nd and 3rd page in worksheet.
Module Test 5 – available below
Module Test 5: Gas Law Intro Assessment Form – Institute>