October 28, 2011
Day 1 Fri Discuss Gas Laws/Kinetic Theory Chapter 6
Task 6a-6e in Review Book
Day 2 Mon Discuss Ideal Gas Law
Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressure
Worksheet 6a #9/10
Day 3 Tues Discuss Non-Ideal Gases
Molar Volume and Stoichiometry
Worksheet 6a Due
Day 4 Wed Kinetic Theory/Graham’s Law
Distribution of Molecular Speeds
Worksheet 6b Due
Day 5 Thurs Gas law Lab
Day 6 Fri Gas Quiz 1
Class work Free Response Questions
Practice Multiple Choice Problems
Day 7 Mon Multiple Choice Due
Classwork Free Response Questions
Review for Test
Day 8 Tues Free Response Due
Review for Test
Gas Quiz 2
Day 9 Wed Lab-Molar Volume of a Gas
Day 10 Thurs Test
College Board Performance Objectives:
Describe properties of gases compared to other physical states.
Define common units of gas pressure.
Describe how gases respond to changes in V, n, P, and T.
Be able to solve problems using combined and ideal gas equations.
Be able to calculate molar mass from gas density and vice versa.
Calculate the partial pressure of any gas from the composition of its mixture.
Understand the process and calculation of the pressure of a gas collected over water.
Calculate mole fraction from partial pressure.
Describe how the relative rates of diffusion and effusion of gases depends on their molar masses.
Understand the kinetic molecular theory.
Be able to work through gas stoichiometry problems.
Understand that real gases deviate from ideal gases especially at high pressure and/or low
Know the real gas equation, with corrections for particle attraction and size.
College Board Lab Objectives:
Observe how gas volume and pressure are determined in the lab and how the gas volume is
affected by temperature and pressure.
Observe how well real gases behave ideally at normal conditions and determine the universal gas