An introduction to chemistry by Mark Bishop

By Mark Bishop

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1% of the total volume. 9% of the total volume is empty space. In contrast, the particles of a liquid fill about 70% of the liquid’s total volume. According to the model, each particle in a gas moves freely in a straight‑line path until it collides with another gas particle or with the particles of a liquid or solid. The particles are usually moving fast enough to break any attraction that might form between them, so after two particles collide, they bounce off each other and continue on their way alone.

Which is larger, a degree Celsius or a degree Fahrenheit? 37. How does a degree Celsius compare to a kelvin? 38. Which is the smallest increase in temperature: 10 °C (such as from 100 °C to 110 °C), 10 K (such as from 100 K to 110 K), or 10 °F (such as from 100 °F to 110 °F)? 39. Is the temperature around you now closer to 100 K, 200 K, or 300 K? 5 Reporting Values from Measurements 40. You find an old bathroom scale at a garage sale on your way home from getting a physical exam from your doctor.

Sometimes they are sets of ideas instead. In the last hundred years, there has been a tremendous increase in our understanding of the physical world, but much of that understanding is based on extremely complicated ideas and mathematics. The application of the most sophisticated forms of these modern ideas is difficult, and not very useful to those of us who are not well trained in modern physics and high‑level mathematics. Therefore, scientists have developed simplified models for visualizing, explaining, and predicting physical phenomena.

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