- Gases are complicated.
- They contain Billions of energetic gas molecules that can collide and interact with each other.
- Since it’s hard to describe a real gas, the concept of an ideal gas suffices
- They do not attract or repel each other
- Ideal gases take up no volume, as they have no volume in and of themselves
- If this is too good to be true, you’re right.
- No gases are exactly ideal, but there are plenty gases that the concept of the ideal seems useful in many situations
- If the pressure is too large, temp too low, there can significant deviations from the ideal gas law
- Most confusing about using ideal gas law plug in the right units when plugging in numbers: I.E you need to understand what you’re working with
- Molar form, molecular form, proportional form (molecules remain the same, quantity is constant regardless of the process which the gas is taken
- Human relationships are complicated. Complications are an essential part of being. Lack of understanding maybe.
- There are a billion things operating between an individual’s ears at any one point.
- We can manage our lives, but we can never achieve the ultimate ideal. Work towards the ideal state.
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