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5.03 Gas Laws

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Emily Cabanas

on 24 April 2015

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Transcript of 5.03 Gas Laws

Part 1:
Boyle's Law
Part 1: Conclusion
1. Describe the relationship that you observed between pressure and volume in this lab. Refer to your data and/or graph to help support your answer.
- As the pressure increased, the volume decreased.

2. Do you think there is a point at which volume cannot be decreased any further for this sealed container of gas? Explain your answer in terms of what you know about the properties and characteristics of gases.
-At a point the volume can't be decreased any more. If it does the container will explode. The empty space starts to run out so the gas molecules are forced closer together.
Part 2: Charlie's Law
Part 2: Conclusion
Describe the relationship between volume and temperature, referring to your data &/or graph to support your answer.
- The says that the pressure & temperature increase, which makes the volume increase as well.
By Emily Cabanas
Chemistry
5.03 Gas Laws
I concluded that the lower the pressure in the kPa, the higher the volume will be in mL
As the temperature increased, the volume increased too.
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