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Unit 4, Lab 2: Boyle’s Law Name: Charlene Willems Date: 6/3/18 Experiment 1: Determine the Relationship Between the Volume and Pressure of Propane gas Lab Results 1. Record the pairs of data for pressure and propane volume in the table below. Volume of Gas (mL) Pressure (atm) 150 mL 1 atm 130 mL 1.15 atm 110 mL 1.36 atm 90 mL 1.67 atm 70 mL 2.14 atm 50 mL 3.00 atm Data Analysis 2. Create and save a graph of pressure in atm ( y -axis) versus the 1/volume of propane in 1/mL ( x -axis). Click the graphing icon below to create your graph and enter the values for the 1/volume of propane as decimals, not fractions. Click the box underneath the graph to show the trendline. It will automatically calculate your slope and intercept. Page | 1
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3. Does your experimental data for propane verify Boyle’s Law? Explain.

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