Principles in gas laws


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This topic is about the basic concepts of gas and the different laws in gas.

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Principles in gas laws

  1. 1.  Gas is found everywhere around.  The sense of touch works in the spirit of air  It works in many ways  It affects our daily life conditions
  2. 2.  How can someone recognize the presence of air around?  How essential is air in our everyday activities?  How can the properties of air works in relation with other factors in the environment?  How does air quality effects the life of people living in urban and rural areas?
  3. 3. At the end of the unit the students will know… I. Kinetic Molecular Theory II. The properties of gases III. Gas Laws a. Boyle’s Law b. Charles’ Law c. Gay Lussac’s Law
  4. 4. d. Combined Gas Law e. Avogadro’s Law e. Graham’s Law f. Daltons Law g. Ideal Gas Law
  5. 5. At the end of the unit, the students will be skilled at… 1. Describe and explain the postulates indicated in KMT. 2. Demonstrate the different properties of gases. 3. State gas law and it’s relevance to temperature volume and pressure relationship.
  6. 6. 4. Explain how the rate of effusion of gas is affected by the molar mass. 5. Realize the importance of having a clean air free from our pollutants.
  7. 7. You and your partner will generate and present an informative Science based on a topic of your choice having to do with gases and atmosphere.
  8. 8. You are versatile host explaining scientific-based principles.
  9. 9. Third Year High School students and teachers.
  10. 10. The school is experiencing doubt on different principles involving behavior of gases in the environment. Provided with a hosting task, you need to build connections between the students and the environment making clarifications on issue topics related with gases concerning the following topics: scuba diving, airbags, submarines, hot-air ballons, etc.
  11. 11. You will create an improvised instrument that will show the different behavior, properties and laws of gases.
  12. 12. You will be assessed based on the following criteria: Presentation: 1. Presentation is dynamic 2. Students stick to the five minute time limitation 3. Each member participated in an equitable way 4. Summary Handout
  13. 13. Document: 1. Information is understandable 2. Document contains relevant information 3. Document has aesthetic appeal 4. Reference cited page