I can convert between pressure units (atm, mmHg, kPa).
I can convert between Kelvin and degrees Celsius.
I can explain that Kelvin temperature is always used in gas law calculations because 0 K actually means zero molecular motion whereas 0 degrees Celsius is simply the freezing point of pure water.
I can identify a graph of two variables as directly proportional or inversely proportional.
I can identify a what variables are given and unknown in gas law problems.
I can explain what temperature and pressure look like in terms of the Kinetic Molecular Theory
temperature = motion of particles (KE)
pressure = collisions with the walls of the container
I can solve stoichiometric problems using the molar volume of a gas at STP.
I can recognize which value of R to use in an ideal gas law problem.
I can use dimensional analysis solve for various variables in the ideal gas law as well as density and molar mass.
I can explain that Graham’s Law explains why all gases act the same.
I can state that heavy particles move slowly and lighter particles move faster.
I can calculate how much faster the light particle is moving than the heavier particle.