##### RTAD 121 Ch. 6 Physical Principles Part 2 Key Terms

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Partial pressure

The pressure exerted by a single gas in a mixture is called a partial pressure

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Dalton's Law

the relationship between the partial pressure and the total pressure in a gas mixture

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Fractional concentration

The percentage of a gas in a mixture usually expressed in decimal form

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FIO2

Fraction of inspired oxygen

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PIO2

Pressure of inspired oxygen

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Hyperbaric pressures

Pressures above atmospheric

occur naturally under water

Clinically used to treat carbon monoxide poisoning, diving

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PAO2

Alveolar pressure of oxygen

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Henry's Law

at a given temperature the volume of a gas that dissolves in a liquid is equal to the solubility coefficient times the partial pressure

Predicts how much gas can dissolve in a liquid at a given temperature

(Heat/temp/volume)

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Solubility

ability of gas to dissolve in a liquid

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Boyle's Law(Pressure and volume)

Pressure and volume of gas system will vary inversely(opposite each other)

mass and temperature constant

clinical application breathing

O2 stored cylinders (more pressure decreases volume)

(Vice president)

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Charles Law(Temp/volume of gas)

Temp and volume of gas vary directly

mass and pressure are constant

hot air balloon ,correction for ATPS to BTPS

(charles watches TV)

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Gay Lussac's Law

Pressure and temperature of a gas system varies directly

Volume and mass are constant

Increased pressure in a cylinder when heated

correction for blood gases/pt temp

Lussac uses toilet paper(TP)

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Critical Temperature

Highest temperature at which a substance can exist as a liquid

above this temp kinetic activity of the molecules will not allow the substance to remain in the liquid state(so it would become gas)

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Critical pressure

The pressure needed to maintain equilibrium between liquid and gas phase of a substance at its critical temp

combined with critical temp=critical point

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Flow

The bulk movement of a substance through space

fluid in motion

property exerted by both liquids and gases

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Pneumotachometer

a flow tube with a known and constant resistance(measures air flow)

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Pouiseuille's Law

The difference in pressure required to produce a given flow, under conditions of laminar flow through a smooth tube of fixed size

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Bernouilli's Effect

Fluid flows through a tube of uniform diameter, pressure decreases progressively over the tube length

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Fluid entrainment

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