a. Boyle's Law calculations
b. Charles' Law calculations
c. Gay Lussac's Law calculations
d. Avogadro's Law calculations
e. Combined Gas Law calculations
f. Ideal Gas Law calculations
Using the above Gas Law modules, calculate either pressure, volume, temperature, or number of moles in one state.
g. Ideal Gas Law calculations using density, molecular weight, and molecular formula to replace volume and number of moles Can calculate the volume or number of moles from the density, molecular weight, or molecular formula.
h. Gas Stoichiometry shows the quantitative relationships in a reaction among reactants and products.
i. Compute the Average Kinetic Energy by given temperature or Root Mean Square Velocity by temperature and molecular weight of the gas molecule.
j. Compute the relative rates of effusion of two gases at the same temperature or the relative distances traveled (diffusion) of two gases by their molecular weight.
k. Real Gas compute pressure or volume of a gas using the van der Waals equation.