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  • 1. Name __________________________________ Date ___________________________ Chapter 13 Study GuideNote to the student…these topics are not in the order that they appear in your packet youwill have to do some skipping back and forth through the packet to help you fill these out.• Heat of vaporization• Heat of fusion• What is the boiling point?• How does atmospheric pressure affect boiling?• What does the normal boiling point mean?• What are the condition of STP? (Standard Temperature and Pressure)• What are the properties of liquids?• What are the properties of gases?• What are the properties of solids?• What is the relationship between average kinetic energy and temperature?• What happens to average kinetic energies during phase changes?• What is vapor pressure, how does vapor pressure change with a change in temperature?• What assumptions have to be considered with the kinetic molecular theory of gases?
  • 2. • Know how to read Reference table H• What is temperature a measure of? (Don’t say heat!)• What happens during all the phase changes?• During what phase changes is heat absorbed and when is heat released?• What is sublimation?• What is absolute zero?Know everything about heating and cooling curvesExample questions could include…• At what segments are the different states of matter?• What segment shows the heat of vaporization, fusion, condensation,• What is the boiling point, melting point• During what segment do solid and liquid exist at the same time? Liquid and gas?• When is heat being absorbed while kinetic energy remains constant?• How would this look different if it was a cooling curve?