1A. Lecture 18. Gas Laws, Part 1.
Recorded March 4, 2013.
Index of Topics:
00:12- Chapter 4: Gases
00:13- What We Will Learn About Now
06:26- Pressure of a Gas
07:30- Pressure of a Gas (revisited)
08:02- Barometers (revisited)
10:34- Barometer Example
10:37- Chapter 4 Barometer Example
13:28- Barometers (revisited)
13:41- Chapter 4 Barometer Example (revisited)
14:25- What is an Ideal Gas?
19:15- Lets Do Some Predicting
22:09- The Gas Laws: Boyle's Law
24:54- Boyle's Law Graph
26:02- The Gas Laws: Charles Law
30:28- The Gas Laws: Charles Law, Slide 2
31:29- Charles's Law Graph
33:19- The Gas Laws: Avogadro's Law
35:31- From the Amazing XKCD
37:02- More Predictions of Gases
38:05- Ideal Gas Law
41:59- Ideal Gas Law: Examples
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