This video tutorial focuses on the equations and formula sheet that you need for the gas law section of chemistry. It contains a list of equations as well as the fundamental concepts, relationship, and units that you need to know as well.

Here is a list of topics:

1. Pressure, Force, and Area

2. Units of Pressure – atm, torr, mmhg, kpa, and pa

3. Ideal Gas Law Formula - PV=nRT

4. Gas Law Constant R=0.08206 or 8.3145 – Units of R

5. Combined Gas Law Equation – Pressure, Volume, Moles, and Temperature

6. Boyle’s Law Equation – Inverse Relationship between Pressure and Volume

7. Charles Law Formula – Direct Proportion – Temperature and Volume

8. Gay Lussac Law Equation – Pressure and Temperature – Direct Linear Relationship

9. Avogadro’s Law – Moles and Pressure

10. The relationship between pressure and number of collisions

11. Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressure and Total Pressure

12. Mole Fraction of a gas and Partial Pressure

13. Gas Density Formula and Molar Mass – g/L

14. Molar mass of a gas given grams

15. Density of Gas versus Pressure, Molar Mass, and Kelvin Temperature

16. STP – Standard Temperature and Pressure

17. Molar Volume – 1 mole of gas equals 22.4 Liters

18. Average Kinetic Energy of a Gas Formula and Temperature

19. The Root Mean Square Velocity Equation / Formula

20. Speed, Temperature, and Molar Mass Relationship

21. Rate of Effusion vs Gas Diffusion

22. Graham’s Law of Effusion – Rate vs Molar Mass – Units of M – Kg/mol

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