Gas Laws

Boyles, Charles, Daltons, Gay-Lussacs, Henrys

Laws

Boyle's Law

The relationship between pressure and volume of a gas.

Charles's Law

The volume of a gas is directly related to the temperature then there is no change in the pressure or amount of gas..

Dalton's Law

In a non-reacting gases the pressure exerted is equal to the sum of the partial pressures of the individual gases

Gay-Lussac's Law

The relationship between pressure and temperature when volume and amount are held constant

Henry's Law

At a constant temperature the amount of given gas that dissolves in a given type in volume of liquid is directly proportional to the partial pressure that gas in equilibrium with that liquid.

The Bends

How you get it- when dissolved gases come out of a solution in bubbles and can affect any body area.

The dangers- can be lethal

Side effects- you can have a joint, arm, or leg pain

Treatment- Hyperbolic treatment chamber

Gas laws- Henry's Law

Air Embolisms

How you get it- it happens whenever a air bubble enters through a vain into the blood stream

The Dangers- can cause a heart attack, stroke, or even respiratory failure.

Side effects- can give you major headaches

Treatment- With any different IV's in your arm it can help

Gas Laws- Boyle's Law

Oxygen Toxicity

How you get it- When Divers go to the depths much farther then they should be going

The Dangers- eventually will cause lung failure

Side effects- burning sensation in the trachea and coughing

Treatment- hyberberic oxygen

Gas Laws- Dalton's law

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The Ideal Gas Law: Crash Course Chemistry #12

By: Trey Toliver