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Rylee Saunders Chem 403 10/29/18 Investigating Molar Volume of a Gas Individual Portion 9.) For Trial 1 and Trial 2 in both the number of moles produced and the theoretical yield of moles, the data proved to be valid and accurate. The data produced for the actual number of moles is 4.14 × 10 -4 moles H 2 in trial 1 and 6.70 × 10 -4 moles H 2 in trial 2. Both numbers are variations of scientific notation to the negative fourth power. The data produced for the theoretical yield is 4.11 × 10 -4 moles H 2 for trial 1 and 6.17 × 10 -4 moles H 2 for trial 2. Both sets of data, separated by trial, are extremely close in value. This can show that the quality of our experimental data is that of high accuracy. 10.) The class average experimental molar volume for trial 1 is 342.8 L and for trial 2 is 297.7 L. The class average standard molar volume for trials 1 and 2 is 22.4 L. The experimental molar
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  • Spring '08
  • bauer
  • Mole, Avogadro constant, Rylee Saunders

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