# Boyles Law

Unit 7: Ideal Gas Law –

Chapter 13.1 covers 3 individual gas laws which were experimentally determined by 3 different people in the 1800’s. Charles, Boyle, and Guy-Lussac.

Chapter 13.2 covers combining these 3 laws into one more general law called The Ideal Gas Law.  Here we introduce the gas constant “R” and learn that if we hold one of the variables (such as Temperature) constant we can derive the other other gas laws.

Chapter 13.1

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Chapter 13.2: The Ideal Gas Law

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# Physics Q2 Final Warm Up

Here is a list of topics we covered in Q1 and Q2 of this General Physics Course.  You should be able to write the formulas for each of these items as a study guide.

Topics we covered in Q1 and Q2

General equation of motion {x=?,  v^2=? }

Friction {coefficient of friction,  stiction – static friction,  normal force}

Fictitious Force { a result of reference frames,  centrifugal, Coriolis Force}

Mechanical Energy, Work, Kinetic, Potential

impulse momentum theorem

Newton’s Laws {1] Inertia, 2] a Physicist walks into a bar, 3] Law of reaction}

Torque

Circular Motion {angular; position, velocity, acceleration, momentum}

Vectors

Kepler’s Laws

Tension, pulley’s

Dimensions, coordinate systems {Cartesian, circular, cylindrical , spherical }

Free Body Diagrams

Vectors, Scalars

Unit conversions

Gravity

# Kelvin and Celcius

Who was Lord Kelvin and why should I care?

What’s the point pf Kelvin?

Converting between Temperature scales:

Converting Temperature Scale problems.

Absolute Zero:
Cryogenics – Liquid Helium

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