FHSST Physics/Heat and Properties of Matter/Ideal Gasses

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Heat and Properties of Matter
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Ideal gases[edit | edit source]

Equation of state[edit | edit source]

An ideal gas has the following equation of state:

Where p is pressure, V is volume, is number of moles observed, J/(mol·K) is a universal gas constant.

The gas constant has a value of 8.314 J/(mol.K) or 0.0821 (L*atm)/(mol*K)

Kinetic theory of gases[edit | edit source]

Pressure of a gas[edit | edit source]

let us consider n mole of an ideal gas is placed inside the cubical vessel of side l let the mass of each molecule is m and let it moves with velocity c1

Kinetic energy of a molecule[edit | edit source]