Lab Report (gas behavior)

Lab Report (gas behavior) - Gas Behavior Lab Author: Baily...

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Gas Behavior Lab Author: Baily Green Lab Partners: Group 3 Instructor: Steven Brown (Nahid Ilyas) Chem 151, Section 1 Date Work Performed: September 21, 2010 Date Report Submitted: September 28, 2010 Abstract: The identity of two unknowns C1 and C2 were determined by using the Ideal Gas Law. With three consecutive trials, the results for C2 were conformed to be an average of 22.83 g/mol and C1 average was 104.475 g/mol. Our results did not give us the ability to identify our unknown.
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Introduction: In this laboratory experiment, we will be taking a look at various a measurements of several types of gas in order to learn about the Gas Law and understand the Gas Constant. The Gas Law is PV=nRT, where “P” is pressure in atmospheres, “V” is volume in liters, “n” is the number of moles of gas, “R” is the Gas Constant, and “T” is the temperature in Kelvin. This equation unfortunately only applies to ideal gas and not many of the gases are genuinely ideal. An Ideal gas is defined as a gas that occupies no volume
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