# Cornell Notes KMT by stariya

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COMPANION NOTES - CORNELL STYLE

UNIT: States of Matter
TOPIC(s):
REFERENCE: Section 13.1

Notemaking                    Notetaking
kinetic energy (DEF):         Kinetic Theory and a Model for Gases
kinetic:

kinetic theory:

kinetic theory (DEF):         Kinetic Theory Assumptions (in own words)

1)

2)

gas pressure (DEF):

3)

vacuum (DEF):                 3 States of Matter - review/apply to KT

atmospheric pressure (DEF):   Gas Pressure
barometer (DEF):             How do we measure gas pressure?

pascal (Pa) (DEF):           SI units = pascals (Pa)

Conversion factors

1 atm = 760 mmHg = 101.3 kPa
standard atmosphere (DEF):

If the pressure in a container is 1.5 atm, what is the
pressure in

1) kPa?                              2) mmMg?

Convert 190 mmHg pressure into kPa.

Convert 200 kPa into atm.

Kinetic Energy and Temperature
How are Average Kinetic Energy and Temperature
related?

0 K = -273 C

Summary:
COMPANION NOTES - CORNELL STYLE

UNIT: States of Matter and Gas Laws
TOPIC(s):
REFERENCE: Section 13.2

Notemaking                      Notetaking

Opener:                         A Model for Liquids
What are intermolecular forces? (Review)

vaporization (DEF):
Evaporation
What is the difference between Vaporization vs.
Evaporation?

evaporation (DEF):

vapor pressure (DEF):
What is Vapor Pressure? Give an example.

What does mean to have a Dynamic equilibrium
between the vapor and the liquid?
boiling point (DEF):          Boiling Point

normal boiling point (def):

Calculating (pg.393):

What happens to the boiling point at higher altitudes?
Explain.

How do pressure cookers work?

What are some other applications for changing the
pressure?

Summary:
COMPANION NOTES - CORNELL STYLE

UNIT: States of Matter
TOPIC(s):
REFERENCE: Sections 13.3-13.4

Notemaking                  Notetaking

Opener:                     A Model for Solids
How are solids different from liquids and gases?

What happens at the melting point of a solid?

Crystal Structure and Unit Cells

melting point (DEF):

What are Allotropes? Give some examples.

What are amorphous solids?
unit cell (DEF):         How would you classify glass?

allotropes (DEF):
13.4 - Changes in State
What are some examples of changes in state that
amorphous solid (DEF):

Sublimation
glass (DEF):

Phase Diagrams

sublimation (DEF):

phase diagram (DEF):

Interpreting Graphs:

a)
triple point (DEF):

b)

c)

Summary:

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