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Description of Law Name of Law % Correct
PV = constant for a given amount of a gas at a constant temperatureBoyle's Law
71.3%
V1sub>/T1sub> = V2sub>/T2sub>Charles' Law
46.8%
E = hνPlanck relation
46.2%
At the same temperature and pressure, equal volumes of different gasses contain the same number of particlesAvogadro's law
42.7%
No two electrons in a single atom can have the same set of four quantum numbersPauli Exclusion Principle
37.1%
∆x • ∆(pv) ≥ h/Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
35.3%
ĤΨ = EΨSchrödinger equation
32%
Ptotsub> = Pasub> + Pbsub> + …..Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures
30.9%
If a change is imposed on a system at equilibrium, the position of the equilibrium will shift in a direction that tends to reduce that changeLe Chatelier's principle
23.8%
Electrons in degenerate orbitals enter singly with parallel spinsHund's Rule
23.8%
k = Ae( –Easub>/RT)sup>Arrhenius Equation
23.7%
∆H = ∆H1sub> + ∆H2sub> + ……Hess' Law
23.1%
E = (2.31 x 10-19sup> J nm)(Q1sub>Q2sub>/r)Coulomb's law
21%
Description of Law Name of Law % Correct
P/T = constant for a given amount of a gas at a constant volumeGay-Lussac's Law
20.6%
A = ε l c Beer's Law
20.6%
λ = h/pde Broglie relation
18.9%
The weight of any element liberated during electrolysis is proportional to the quantity of electricity passing through the cell and also to the equivalent weight of the element. Faraday's Law
18.9%
pH = pKasub> + log [A-]/[HA]Henderson-Hasselbalch equation
18.4%
The amount of a gas dissolved in a solution is directly proportional to the pressure of the gas above the solutionHenry's Law
17.9%
[P + a(n/V)2sup>](V-nb) = nRTvan der Waals Equation
14.5%
Psolvent in solutionsub> = Χsolventsub> Psolventsub>Raoult's Law
13%
ε = εstandardsub> - (RT/nF)ln QNernst Equation
12.6%
The relative rates of effusion of two gasses are equal to the inverse of the square roots of thier massesGraham's law of effusion
12%
vosub> = vmaxsub>[S]/(KMsub>+[S])Michaelis-Menten equation
6%
ln (K2sub>/K1sub>) = ∆Hrxnsub>/R (1/T1sub>-1/T2sub>)Van't Hoff equation
4.8%

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