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gas law pressure paper - Research Statement # 3 The...

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Research Statement # 3 The pressure exerted by a gas depends on its molar mass. YES! The pressure exerted by a gas does depend on its molar mass. I found this out by conducting an experiment on the ChemSim gas simulation program online. The procedure I used was: First, I adjusted all of the bars to zero on the simulator. In the graphing region, I changed it from Velocities to Relations. Enable the graphing region, and change it from Single to Multiple. Change the x axis to moles and the y to pressure. Make sure to click on the P (atm) section. Using the navigation bar next to the moles of Helium, slide the bar slowly upwards and observe the growth in moles and the growth in pressure. They are almost equal, as the number of moles of Helium increase, the atmospheres also increase. This will be recorded on the graph below the navigation bar. It’s a linear graph that increases exponentially. Try each of the different gases, Neon and Argon, and observe the same trend that occurs in the relationship between the increase in moles of gas and atmospheres
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