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EnzoFerrari
#1 Apr 26 2010 08:05pm
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Basically his law is as the temp. increases, the mole also increases. Does any1 know a real life application for this?


I've been Googling this and can't find one :(
Jazz_Thing
#2 Apr 26 2010 08:11pm
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Quote (EnzoFerrari @ Apr 27 2010 02:05am)
Basically his law is as the temp. increases, the mole also increases. Does any1 know a real life application for this?


I've been Googling this and can't find one :(


Okay supposing you were a glass maker and wanted to make two flasks of a precise amount of Hydrogen gas (H2).

Avogadro's law explains that at constant temperature and pressure (room temperature and normal atmospheric pressure) the volume of a particular gas increases as the number of moles increases. So if you're trying to make a small glass flask containing 500g of Hydrogen gas, the size of the flask will be smaller than a larger glass flask containing 1000g of Hydrogen gas.

Do not over-think the application of Avogadro's Law, it is very particular to the idea that temperature remains constant. Do not wiki the idea of Avogadro's law,you will confuse yourself... :P

This post was edited by Jazz_Thing on Apr 26 2010 08:15pm
EnzoFerrari
#3 Apr 26 2010 08:17pm
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Quote (Jazz_Thing @ Apr 26 2010 09:11pm)
Okay supposing you were a glass maker and wanted to make two flasks of a precise amount of Hydrogen gas (H2).

Avogadro's law explains that at constant temperature and pressure (room temperature and normal atmospheric pressure) the volume of a particular gas increases as the number of moles increases. So if you're trying to make a small glass flask containing 500g of Hydrogen gas, the size of the flask will be smaller than a larger glass flask containing 1000g of Hydrogen gas.

Do not over-think the application of Avogadro's Law, it is very particular to the idea that temperature remains constant. Do not wiki the idea of Avogadro's law,you will confuse yourself... :P


omg thank you so much :)
Jazz_Thing
#4 Apr 26 2010 08:18pm
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Quote (EnzoFerrari @ Apr 27 2010 02:17am)
omg thank you so much :)


Alright, I'm still thinking to myself what kind of glass maker would make flasks with hydrogen gas hahaha. Glad I could help :)
EnzoFerrari
#5 Apr 26 2010 08:23pm
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Quote (Jazz_Thing @ Apr 26 2010 09:18pm)
Alright, I'm still thinking to myself what kind of glass maker would make flasks with hydrogen gas hahaha. Glad I could help :)


xD
just an example ;)
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