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Then PV n = RT 79.0 cm ( 22.7 cm ) 176.0 cm / atm [ ( 82.06 cm ' atm / ( mol K ) ] (

306.0 K ) = 9.40 X 10-4 mol

EQUATION The equation of state , or equation relating P , V , and T for a sample

...

Then PV n = RT 79.0 cm ( 22.7 cm ) 176.0 cm / atm [ ( 82.06 cm ' atm / ( mol K ) ] (

306.0 K ) = 9.40 X 10-4 mol

**KINETIC**THEORY AND DERIVATION OF THE GASEQUATION The equation of state , or equation relating P , V , and T for a sample

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Energy associated with matter can be classified according to the manner in which

it is related to the matter - as

possessed by a body moving through space , which is able to do work as its

velocity is ...

Energy associated with matter can be classified according to the manner in which

it is related to the matter - as

**kinetic**or potential energy .**Kinetic**energy ispossessed by a body moving through space , which is able to do work as its

velocity is ...

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To explain the observed

given by Equation ( 10-34 ) , with a rate constant ką , is the slowest of all the steps

indicated , constituting for the reaction a bottleneck or rate - determining step .

To explain the observed

**kinetic**equation , one may assume that the processgiven by Equation ( 10-34 ) , with a rate constant ką , is the slowest of all the steps

indicated , constituting for the reaction a bottleneck or rate - determining step .

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1STATES OF MATTER | 1 |

2SOLUTIONS | 51 |

SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM | 115 |

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