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26.7: G

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gamma ray
a very high energy form of electromagnetic radiation, emitted from the nucleus
gas chromatography
method, a mixture of liquids are vaporized and passed through a long tube of solid absorbent material
Gay-Lussac's law
describes the relationship between temperature and pressure of a gas
Geiger counter
an instrument used to detect radiation, usually alpha and beta radiation, although some models can also detect gamma radiation
Gibbs free energy
the maximum energy available to do useful work
Graham's law
states that under the same conditions of temperature and pressure, gases diffuse at a rate inversely proportional to the square root of the molecular masses
graph
a pictorial representation of the relationship between variables on a coordinate system
gravimetric analysis
the process for separating and identifying ions by selective precipitation and filtration
group (family)
a vertical column in the periodic table

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