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Then 79.0 CIn n = PV - o cm/atm RT [(82.06 cm” atm/(mol K)](306.0 K) = 9.40 × 10

−4 mol |227 cm3)

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

gas, can ...

Then 79.0 CIn n = PV - o cm/atm RT [(82.06 cm” atm/(mol K)](306.0 K) = 9.40 × 10

−4 mol |227 cm3)

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

gas, can ...

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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 ...

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 ...

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To explain the observed

given by Equation (10–34), with a rate constant k2, 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 k2, is the slowest of all the steps

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

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### Contents

1STATES OF MATTER | 1 |

2SOLUTIONS | 51 |

SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM | 115 |

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