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Paulina ChapaChemistry 1411 Ideal Gas Law Constant We will test the relationship between pressure and the number of moles of gas as described by the ideal gas law. Specifically, we will generate and collect oxygen gas from the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide in an enzyme catalyzed reaction. We will then determine the partial pressure and the number of moles of oxygen generated. Objectives: Determine the ideal gas law constant. Use a catalyst to initiate an oxidation-reduction reaction. Use the ideal gas law to determine the number of moles of gas generated in a reaction. Materials: Bottle, 15mL Plastic tubing Yeast packet Hydrogen peroxide, 3% Graduated cylinder, 10mL Graduated cylinder, 50mL Beaker, 250mL Weigh boat Video LinksActivity 1 1.Record the current air temperature with the thermometer and record in Data Table 1. 2.Fill 50-mL graduated cylinder completely with water.

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