**Tutorials**

- Fundamental Ideas
- Basics of the Kinetic Molecular Theory
- The Four Gas Law Variables: Temperature, Pressure, Volume, and Moles

- Necessary Conversions for Solving Gas Law Problems
- Converting Between Celsius and Kelvin Temperature Scales
- Converting Between atm, mmHg, and kPa Pressure Units

- Six Gas Laws Which Hold Two of the Four Variables Constant
- Boyle's Law (PV vary, nT constant) (15) (15)
- Charles' Law (VT vary, nP constant) (10) (15)
- Gay-Lussac's Law (PT vary, nV constant)
- Avogadro's Law (Vn vary, PT constant)
- Diver's Law (Pn vary, VT constant)
- The Gas Law with No Name (Tn vary, PV constant)

- Additional Gas Laws
- Combined Gas Law (PVT vary, n constant)
- Ideal Gas Law (PV = nRT) (10 prob) (15 prob)
- Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures
- Graham's Law (10 prob) (15 prob)

- Additional Gas-related Tutorials

**Problem Sets**

**Videos**

- Avogadro's Law
- Boyle's Law
- Charles' Law I
- Charles' Law II
- Diver's Law
- Combined Gas Law I
- Combined Gas Law II
- Combined Gas Law III
- Graham's Law I
- Graham's Law II
- Graham's Law III
- Graham's Law IV
- Ideal Gas Law I
- Ideal Gas Law II
- Ideal Gas Law III
- Ideal Gas Law IV
- Ideal Gas Law V
- Ideal Gas Law VI
- Ideal Gas Law VII
- Determining the partial pressure in a mixture of gases
- Convert torr to pounds per square inch
- Gas density and percent composition of a mixture of two gases
- Cancelling units on the gas velocity equation: V = √(3RT/M)
- Using the Ideal Gas law coupled with Avogadro's Number

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