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Chemistry II: States of Matter Standards


TN Chemistry II Standards

States of Matter

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Chemistry II: Standard 2 - States of Matter
Checks for Understanding
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Science Curriculum Standards
3222 - Chemistry II

Internet Resources
Correlate the kinetic-molecular theory with the motion of particles within a substance.
Explain the effect of heat on temperature in terms of the motion of the particles within the substance.
Explain how the motion of gas molecules affects the pressure.
Explain the effects of temperature changes on the pressure of a gas.
Explain the effects of pressure changes on the volume of a gas.
Solve complex combined and ideal gas law problems to quantitatively explain the behavior of gases.
Determine the rates of effusion of gas molecules using Grahamís Law of Effusion.
Describe conditions that cause real gases to deviate from their ideal behavior.
Determine the types of intermolecular interactions that occur in a pure substance or between the components of a mixture.
Compare the strengths of intermolecular forces between ions, molecules, and ion-molecule mixtures.
Correlate the strength of intermolecular force with the viscosity, surface tension and physical state of the substance at a given temperature.
Explain the role of intermolecular forces in determining the vapor pressure, volatility and boiling point of a substance.
Use a phase diagram to identify the triple-point, critical temperature, and pressure of a substance.
Apply a phase diagram to interpret the effects of temperature and pressure on the phase of a substance.
Calculate the effect of solute concentration on vapor pressure using Raoultís Law.
Calculate the freezing point depression and boiling point elevation of a solution based on appropriate constants, quantities of solute and solvent, and type of solute.
Use the freezing or boiling points of the solution, appropriate constants, and the amount solute or solvent to calculate the molar mass of a solute.

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