Main Office: No. 25-01, 35-01 Jalan Austin Heights 3/1, Taman Mount Austin (Tel: 07-3616538)Branch: No. 15A, 17A, 21A & 41A Jalan Indah 16/12, Taman Bukit Indah (Tel: 07-2349168)Name :Class :A2 Physics 1Subject :A2 PhysicsLesson No :4Chapter :11 Ideal GasesDate :5/7/14 (Sat)Time :11.30pm-1.30pmTopic :11.1 Ideal gas, pV=mRT, kinetic theory, Brownian motion inference, pressure of gas, & kinetic energy of gasIdeal Gas1. Ideal gas is a hypothetical gas that obeys the equation of state, pV = nRT at all values of pressure, volume and temperature.2. The ideal gas is defined by a set of basic assumption in the kinetic theory of gasses.3. No real gas will behave exactly like an ideal gas.4. This idealized gas model works best at very low pressures and high temperatures, when the gas molecules are far apart and in rapid motion. 5. The internal energy of an ideal gas is only the kinetic energy of the molecules. It has no potential energy. (no intermolecular force no potential energy).Equation of Statep= pressure of the gas, PaV= volume of the gas, m3n= amount of gas, molR=molar gas constant, 8.31 J mol-1 K-1 (CASIO CONST27)T=absolute temperature of the gas, K* T must always be in KELVIN!1. One mole has 6.02 x 1023 molecules (or atoms). That number is known as the Avogadros constant, NA. It is the number of atoms in 0.012kg of carbon-12.2. whereN is the number of molecules.is defined as Boltzmanns constant, k.