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How does kinetic molecular theory of gases explain why gases have low density?
since gases are spread out and have little mass per unit of volume causes them to have a low density
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How does kinetic molecular theory of gases explain why gases have no definite shape or volume?
because gases are in constant, random motion and therefore reach all parts of any container they are in
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How does kinetic molecular theory of gases explain why gases are highly compressible?
since total gas volume is small and the particles are far apart, the container volume can be reduced considerably and still leave space between the gas particles
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How does kinetic molecular theory of gases explain why gases diffuse?
since gas particles are in constant,random motion. if the container is opened the gas particles move out into the surrondings
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According to Kinetic Molecular Theory…
Particles in a liquid are close together, but they are not confined to specific positions.
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The ideal gas law equation is an equation used for analyzing ideal gases. According to kinetic molecular theory that defines an ideal gas, no real ones exist. Van der Waals’ equation is an attempt to make corrections to real gases that do not exhibit ideal behavior. Describe the type of gaseous molecules that are most susceptible to nonideal behavior
The size of the particles and they have intermolecular forces that differentiate the behavior.
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According to the Kinetic molecular theory the absolute temperature of a gas is directly related to an average molecular kinetic
KINETIC MOLECULAR THEORY OF GASES
* gases move in constant random straight line motion* gases do not lose or gain energy when they collide — they have elastic collisions*gas particles have a volume that is insignificant compared to the volume of the total gas * average kinetic energy is temperature* gas particles have no significant forces between them
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What is the kinetic molecular theory?
Describes the behavior of matter interms of particles in motion
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