Chemistry – Unit 07

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Overview: The focus of this unit is look at the properties of gases and how they behave when conditions in their environment change. We will be looking at Boyle’s Law, Charles’ Law, Gay-Lussac’s Law, the combined gas law, the ideal gas law, and Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures!

Useful Tips: This unit is math intensive. Therefore it will be helpful for students to print off the equation sheet and study the conditions of each equation.

Google Drive Icon3 Unit Documents

NOTE: If you would like more information regarding the purpose or intention of any of the following items, please look at Unit’s 01 or 02 as they have full descriptions following each item. Thanks!

Textbook Icon3 Textbook Resources

Quiz Icon3 Reading Quizzes (Not Assigned at This Time)

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Gas Properties

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Youtube Video Icon3 Video Lessons

Video lessons are lessons recorded by me for the purpose of assisting you through difficult concepts. At this point in time the list of available videos is limited. Not all content is available online. As new videos become available, news posts will be posted on the front page of If you subscribe to BClassroom via email, facebook, or twitter you will be informed automatically when videos are posted. 

Below is the YouTube playlist for this unit. (Due to the blocking of YouTube on school computers these videos are not currently available on school computers! However you can access them on your mobile device or at home by clicking HERE.)


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