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05.03 Gas Laws

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Demacia Griffin

on 21 July 2014

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Transcript of 05.03 Gas Laws

Part 1. Boyle's Law
1. 150Kpa | 25ml
2. 105Kpa | 35ml
3. 71Kpa | 45ml
4. 45Kpa | 75ml
5. 35Kpa | 85ml
6. 35Kpa | 105ml

Conclusion ?'s
1. I think that the data above clearly represents the increase of pressure from 47 to 60 Kpa and the decrease in volume from 60 to 50 ml.

2.Yes,eventually the container will be the size of the gas molecules because the molecules are so tightly packed there wouldn't be anymore space between the two for the molecules to move around.So this would probably lead the gas into a liquid and liquids are usually incompressible it would reach a point where the volume can't be decreased any further.
Part 2 Charles's Law
Temperature in Celsius Volume in ML
1. 25 50

2. 30 51

3. 35 52

4. 40 53

5. 45 54

6. 50 55

Conclusion ?
1.His law states that at constant pressure, the volume of a given mass of an ideal gas increases or decreases by the same factor as its temperature (in kelvin) increases or decreases. Another way of saying this is that temperature and volume are directly proportional.And from my data it shows that the temperature and volume are directly proportional to each other because anytime my temperature increased by five my volume increased by one.

05.03 Gas Laws
By:Demacia Griffin

Charles's Graph
Boyle's Graph
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