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Experiment Number 4 Pressure Vs. Volume Temperature Vs. Volume Name: Rebeka Gonzales Partner’s Name(s): Lab Section Day and Time: Thursday at 2:00pm Lab Section #: Section 3 TA name: Kayla Mitt Academic Integrity: I agree that I did not copy someone else’s results and/or report or allow someone to copy my results and/or report. Furthermore I will not share this report or post it on the internet for others to copy. All the work and results in the report are my own and were not shared with anyone. Signature: Rebeka Gonzales Date: 10/12/2016 Introduction:
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The purpose of this lab was to test the gas law relationship between pressure, volume, temperature and moles using Boyle’s Law and Charles’s Law. Boyle’s Law states that pressure and volume are inversely related. The hypothesis for Boyle’s Law is when pressure goes up, volume goes down. The equation for this is PxV=C (where P is pressure, V is volume, and C is a constant). Charles’s Law states that temperature and volume are directly related when pressure and the amount is held constant. The hypothesis for Charles’s Law is as temperature decreases, volume decreases and as temperature increases, volume increases.
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