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Kenny Anton, LP Matt February 13, 2008 Discovery of the Gas Laws In this experiment we observed the relationships that existed among the pressure, volume, and temperature of a sample of gas. We, Matt and I, did this by using different instruments such as syringes and pressure sensors to see the relationships by decreasing the volume of the syringe with it hooked up to the pressure sensor. The pressure sensor was hooked up to the computer and therefore we could visually and numerically calculate the data in the pressure-volume relationship of the air. Matt and I also used temperature change in the experiment to see a pressure-temperature relationship. We did this by heating up tap water to 100˚ C then inserted a sealed beaker into it that was at room temp and atm. Pressure. We then let the pressure stabilize then recorded the temp and pressure as the temp decreased. With this data we were able to determine empirical laws, which enables us to predict what might happen under different
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course CHEM 107 taught by Professor Lalwani during the Spring '08 term at TAMU Intl..

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