Behavior of Gases
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Use the kinetic molecular theory with the combined and ideal gas laws to explain changes in volume, pressure, moles, and temperature of a gas.
Apply the ideal gas equation (PV = nRT) to calculate the change in one variable when another variable is changed and the others are held constant.
Use lab data and a balanced chemical equation to calculate volume of a gas at STP and non STP conditions, assuming that the reaction goes to completion and the ideal gas law holds.