Pressure Volume and Temperature

Pressure Volume and Temperature - Chemistry 107 September...

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Chemistry 107 September 22, 2005 Experiment 3 Summary: First, the pressure sensor was plugged into Channel 1 of the computer adaptor. Next, a 20 mL syringe was connected to the pressure sensor. This syringe was adjusted to 10 mL before the connection took place. These results were gathered and recorded on the lab computer which created a function connecting the pressures. In part B of the experiment, a 600 mL beaker was filled with 400 mL of water. A stir bar was put inside the beaker. Next, a 125 mL Ehrlenmeyer flask was covered with a cork (this cork had a tube which connected to the computer and read the pressure inside the flask also it had an air valve which was opened) and put inside the beaker containing the water. The hot plate was then turned on and the water was heated, but after the temperature reached 85 °C ice was used to cool the water. The pressures of these temperatures were recorded at 85 °C and then at various points all the way to . 5
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