Properties of Gases


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Gordon, J.; Chancey, K. (2005) The Determination of the Percent of Oxygen in Air Using a Gas Pressure Sensor. J. Chem Educ., 82 (2) , 286-287. **

Hawkes, S.J. (1997) Graham’s Law and Perpetuation of Error. J. Chem Educ., 74 (9), 1069. **

Kerber, R. C. (2003) Carbon Dioxide Flooding: A Classroom Case Study Derived from Surgical Practice. J. Chem Educ., 80 (12), 14371438. **

Lieu, V.T.; Kalbus, G. E. (2002) A Simple Experiment for the Determination of Molecular Weights of Gases Lighter Than Air. J. Chem Educ., 79, 473. **

Lin, H.-S.; Cheng, H.-J.; Lawrenz, F. (2000). The Assessment of Students and Teachers' Understanding of Gas Laws. J. Chem. Educ ., 77 (2), 235-238. **

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Yezierski, E.J.; Birk, J. (2006) Misconceptions about the Particulate Nature of Matter. J. Chem Educ., 83 (6), 954-960.