Determination of R

Determination of R - Determination of R: The Gas-Law...

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Determination of R: The Gas-Law Constant By: Ryan Kusy And Nichole Heil
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Pre Lab Questions: 1. High and low temperatures 2. 0.08602 (work on sheet) 3. The pressures inside the both and outside of it need to be equalized so the outside pressure can be used during the calculation 4. The gas was collected over water, thus making the gas wet with water. This water needs to be taken into consideration when calculating the pressure, 5. An error analysis allows you to judge the reliability and accuracy of your data. In this lab the error analysis is based off the max and min of the value of R that is determined. 6. Intermolecular forces, finite volume, an increase in pressure and a decrease in pressure all are reasons why real gases could deviate from the ideal-gas law. 7. 6 atmospheres; It is bad because it would create the drastic difference between the pressures inside the battery and that outside of it; It would create explosions. (work on sheet) 8. The molecules take up volume, thus they need to be subtracted from the total
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2010 for the course ECON 4428 taught by Professor Dr.siwak during the Spring '10 term at Drew.

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