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Emily Tran

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We believe that the temperature increases, the pressure of the gas would increase because of Charlies law.
Aluminum Can Lab
Materials List:
Hot plate
Aluminum can
beaker tongs
cool water
bin for water

1. Get the materials needed.
2. Using a pipette, squirt a little water into the mini graduated cylinder.
3. Pour the water into the can
4. Measure the temperature of the water in the can.
5. Put the soda cam on top of the hot plate using a beaker tong.
6. Put the thermometer in water waiting for the right temperature.
7. Using a beaker tong, put the soda can in the bin of water.

Possible errors and suggestions for future experiments
The can wasn't hot enough
we inverted the can to slow
The can was too rigid.
we could pay attention to the brand of a material
Take the can out faster.
How can temperature change the pressure of gas?
Our table learned that the thickness of the can matters. On our 1st trial, we set the temperature at 70 degrees and the reaction was medium. It had some dents but not completely crushed. On our 5th trial, we increased the temperature by 10 degrees and there was no reaction. After talking as a group with Mrs.Le, we concluded that the can was thicker than the ones used previously.
How can temperature change the pressure of gas?
Aluminum Can Lab
By: Brandon Tran, Salar Shaafi, Megan K, Emily Tran, Jane Lee.
For 3 ml of water and waited until 70 degrees Celsius, there was a huge dent. For 4 ml of water and waited until 40 degrees Celsius, there was a small dent. For 5 ml of water and waited until 60 degrees Celsius, there wasn't a dent because the can was thicker than the other cans. The thicker the can is, the harder for it to make a dent.

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