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5.03 Gas Laws: Lab Report Part I: Boyle’s Law A sample of gas is trapped in a sealed container, which has a movable lid. Moving the lid up or down will change the volume inside the container. You will use an attached manometer to measure the pressure inside the container. Produce: 1. Move the lid of the container up or down. Record the resulting volume and pressure inside the container. 2. Continue the process until the date is obtained for at least six different volume and pressure combinations. Be sure to use a range of volume measurements to help you better compare the relationship of volume and pressure. Data and Observations Present all relevant data in a data table below. Include an observations section for any observations that you made during the lab. Graph: Create an XY scatterplot of your data for this part of the lab. Please do not make a bar graph for this type of data. You may use any graphing tool to create the graph. Be sure to follow common guideline for creating a graph. (Ex. Appropriate title, scales the axis properly, and label the axis points).
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