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Having a Gas Determining Molar Volume Lab Experiment #5: Introduction : In this lab we will determine the molar volume of oxygen and hydrogen gas by measuring the volume of water displaced by the gas that travels through our apparatus. Pre-Lab Questions: Attached Data : Attached Calculations: Attached Review Questions: Attached Discussion : In this lab we constructed an apparatus that will measure the molar volume of oxygen and hydrogen. The apparatus consisted of a 250ml flask that contains the separated reactants that, when mixed will produce O 2 or H 2 gas depending on the reaction, a 500 ml flask filled with water that will be displaced when the reaction takes place, and a 600 ml beaker that will hold the displaced water. The three containers are connected by rubber tubes and have equalized pressure. In the first part of the experiment we poured 20 ml of 3% H 2 O 2 solution in the first flask and 4.5 ml of 3M FeCl 3 in a small test tube. Once the apparatus was assembled we turned over the first flask causing the FeCl
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