Gas Properties Lab Handout Click on the “Gas Properties Simulation” link to

Gas Properties Lab Handout
Click on the “Gas Properties Simulation” link to perform simulations in the setup satisfying the given conditions.
With no constant parameters selected and initially at 0 K with no heat control (heat control=0) , pump some heavy species gas into the container.
Explain how the gas particles flow/move into the empty container once the gas enters the container? Afterward a while, what direction does the particles move?
What happens to the temperature soon after the gas particles enter the container?
What happens to the pressure when the gas particles enter the container?
Next, pump some additional heavy species gas particles into the container. What happens to the pressure?
Using the heat control, briefly add heat (a flame) to the container.
What happens to the speed of the gas particles?
What happens to the pressure in the container?
What happens to the temperature in the container?
Now keep the flame continuously on (keep the Heat Control on Add). You may have use the mouse to keep the heat control on “Add.” What eventually happens to the container?
Now click on the Reset button. With no initial pressure, added heat, or constant parameter, pump some heavy species gas particles into the container. Next, turn the heat control to “Remove.” You may have to use the mouse to keep the Heat Control continuously at Remove.
What happens to the speed of the gas particles?
What happens to the pressure in the container?
What happens to the temperature in the container?
Reset the simulation again. With no initial pressure, added heat, or constant parameters, pump some heavy species gas particles into the container. Now use the person to decrease the volume of the container.
How does this affect the particles in the container?
What happens to the temperature in the container?
What happens to the pressure in the container?
Reset the simulation. This time, select the Pressure for the Constant Parameter. With no heat control, pump some heavy species gas particles into the container.
What happens to the container?
Conceptual Questions:
According to Kinetic Theory, are the collisions of the gas particles considered elastic or inelastic collisions?
In general, how does increasing or decreasing the temperature affect the gas particles?
In general, how does increasing or decreasing the volume affect the pressure? Which Gas Law describes this relationship?
In general, how does increasing or decreasing the temperature affect the affect the volume? Which Gas Law describes this relationship?
In general, how does increasing or decreasing the temperature affect the pressure? Which Gas Law describes this relationship?