Module 3 Unit 3 Experiment 1.docx - 1 At a constant temperature when volume is decreased what happens to pressure a b increases c Data(2 points each 15

Module 3 Unit 3 Experiment 1.docx - 1 At a constant...

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1. At a constant temperature, when volume is decreased, what happens to pressure? a) b) increases c) Data: (2 points each - 15 points) TEMPERATURE: 60° C VOLUME PRESSURE 200 ml 115kPa 400 ml 57kPa 600 ml 38kPa 800 ml 28kPa 1000 ml 23kPa TEMPERATURE: 100° C VOLUME PRESSURE 200 ml 128kPa 400 ml 64kPa 600 ml 42kPa 800 ml 32kPa 1000 ml 25kPa TEMPERATURE: 140° C VOLUME PRESSURE 200 ml 142kPa 400 ml 71kPa 600 ml 47kPa 800 ml 35kPa 1000 ml 28kPa Questions: (8 points) 2. In this experiment, the temperature is recorded in: a) b) c) degrees Celsius 3. In this experiment, the volume is recorded in: a) b) millilitres
4. In this experiment, the pressure is recorded in: a) b) c) d) kilopascals 5. In this experiment, the constant, for each set of data and each graph, is a) temperature b) c) 6. The trend in all my graphs is: a) b) downward curve from left to right starting high and levelling out toward the right c) d) 7. For a fixed amount of an ideal gas kept at fixed temperature, pressure and volume are a) inversely proportional (when one increases, the other decreases). b) 8. The mathematical equation for Boyle’s law is: p denotes the pressure of the system. V is the volume of the gas. k is a constant value representative of the pressure and volume of the system. a) b) c) k = pV
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