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Transcript of Chemistry
Three States of Matter
Liquids-Gases: When liquid molecules gain heat, they
is when a gas turns to a solid without going through the liquid state of matter.
is when the temperature in which a solid would melt into a liquid.
is when liquids turn into soldis from being in the cold.
is the proccess in which solids turn to gases.
is whe gases turn into liquids from the gases losing enough energy and cool down to transform back into liquids.
Kinetic Molecular Thoery (KmT)
The Kinetic Molecular Theory (KmT) is based on the movement of molecules and how they move.
Gases: The KmT describes a gas as a large number of small molecules tre in constant and a random motion.
They move in a straight line until they collide with another or the walls of what contains them.
Much smaller than thedistance between particles. Most of the volume of a gas is therefore empty space.
CO2: Carbon Dioxide
CO2 Crystal System
Carbon Dioxide is apart of the Cubic Crystal System.
Liquids: Atoms or molecules move freely and is always in constant motion, taking up space.
Solids: Tightly packed molecules. Solids are in a fixed shape and don't move freely like liquids and gases.
Gases: Airlike fluid that expands freely and fills any space.
Melting Point= -108.4°F (-78°C)
Boiling Point= -70.6°F (-57°C)
Freezing Point= -56C
Molar Mass= 44.01 g/mol
Effusion Rate= 0.62675
Diffusion Rate= 3.14357142857
By: Paul Peddy
Ms. Hammons notes