### G: Gases

#### G.2: Physical properties of gases

G.2.a: Kinetic theory

G.2.a.i: Explains the macroscopic behaviour of a gas (e.g. compressibility, expansion, diffusion) using kinetic theory

G.2.b: General gas law

G.2.b.ii: Determines the relationship between the pressure of a gas and its temperature when the number of moles of gas and the volume are kept constant

G.2.b.vi: Applies the mathematical relationship between the pressure, volume, number of moles and temperature of a gas (p1V1/n1T1 = p2V2/n2T2)

G.2.d: Dalton’s law

G.2.d.i: Explains qualitatively the law of partial pressures

G.2.d.ii: Applies the mathematical relationship between the total pressure of a mixture of gases and the partial pressures of the component gases (ptotal = ppA + ppB + ppC + …)

### E: Energy changes in reactions

#### E.1: Energy diagram

E.1.b: Interprets the energy diagram of a chemical reaction

### R: Reaction rate

#### R.1: Factors that influence the reaction rate

R.1.i: Determines experimentally the factors that influence the reaction rate

R.1.a: Nature of the reactants

R.1.a.i: Explains the effect of the nature of the reactants on the reaction rate

R.1.b: Concentration

R.1.b.i: Explains the effect of the concentration of the reactants on the reaction rate

R.1.c: Surface area

R.1.c.i: Explains the effect of the surface area of reactants on the reaction rate

R.1.d: Temperature

R.1.d.i: Explains the effect of the temperature of the reactants on the reaction rate

R.1.e: Catalysts

R.1.e.i: Explains the effect of a catalyst on the reaction rate

#### R.2: Rate law

R.2.a: Describes the relationship between the concentration of the reactants and the reaction rate using algebraic expressions

R.2.b: Determines the effect of a variation in the concentration of a reactant on the reaction rate, using the related algebraic expression

### CE: Chemical equilibrium

#### CE.1: Factors that influence the state of equilibrium

CE.1.i: Explains qualitatively the state of dynamic equilibrium

CE.1.a: Temperature

CE.1.a.i: Explains the effect of a temperature change on a system’s state of equilibrium

CE.1.b: Pressure

CE.1.b.i: Explains the effect of a pressure change on a system’s state of equilibrium

CE.1.c: Concentration

CE.1.c.i: Explains the effect of a change in the concentration of a reactant or a product on a system’s state of equilibrium

#### CE.2: Le Chatelier’s Principle

CE.2.a: Predicts the direction of the shift in equilibrium of a system following a change in concentration, temperature or pressure

CE.2.b: Predicts the effects of a shift in equilibrium on the concentrations of reactants and products

Correlation last revised: 5/20/2019

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