module 6 lab.docx - Determination of Ideal Gas Law Constant Chris miller Data Activity 1 Data Table 1 Trial 1(1 mL 20\u00b0c Trial 2(1 mL 20 Trial 3(2 mL 20

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Determination of Ideal Gas Law Constant Chris miller 2/10/2020
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Data Activity 1 Data Table 1 Trial 1 (1 mL Trial 2 (1 mL Trial 3 (2 mL Trial 4 (2 mL Trial 5 (3 mL Trial 6 (3 mL Trial 7 (4 mL Trial 8 (4 mL Air temperature (°C) 20°c 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Volume H 2 O 2 liquid (mL) 1ml 1ml 2ml 2ml 3ml 3ml 4ml 4ml Initial Volume Gas (mL) 0% 0.3 7 4 3 0 5 3 Final Volume Gas (mL) 10 12 23 20 25 25 40 38 ΔV (mL) 10 11.7 16 16 22 25 35 35 1. Would the volume of oxygen that is generated be affected if a smaller mass of yeast were used? Why or why not? yes the more yeast that is used the more gas is produced, the smaller amount of yeast the less gas. The more displacement occurs from the gas when a larger amount of yeast is used.
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1 Activity 2 Data Table 2 Concentration H 2 O 2 (mol/L) 34.01g/mol Trial 1 (1 mL Trial 2 (1 mL Trial 3 (2 mL Trial 4 (2 mL Trial 5 (3 mL Trial 6 (3 mL Trial 7 (4 mL Trial 8 (4 mL Moles H 2 O 2 3.01 3.01 3.01 3.01 3.01 3.01 3.01 3.01 Moles O 2 .602 Moles .602 mole s 1.204 Moles 1.20 mole s 1.806 Moles 1.806 mole s 2.408 mole s 2.408 mole s ΔV (L) .301 .301 .602 .602 .903 .903 1.204 1.204 *Hint: Use stoichiometry to solve for moles of O 2 . Air Temperatur
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