Report 11 - The Properties of Gases

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Date Performed: 11/18/10 Name: Allan Gibson Date Submitted: 12/02/10 Partner: Patrick Mason Instructor: Ahmad Adam The Properties of Gas Objective To study the dependence of the volume of a gas on temperature and pressure. Experimental Data Part A: Part B: Temperature ( o C) Height of Air Column (cm) 11 3.5 25 3.85 35 3.95 50 4 65 4.25 75 4.5 95 5.02 Volume (mL) Pressure (mmHg) 20 119.2 19 127.3 18 133.2 17 142.3 16 150.5 15 161.3 14 172.5 13 186.4 12 200.6 11 216.3 10 236.3 9 259.1 8 289.3 7 323.7 6 370.3 Diameter of Tube= 2.5 mm/0.25cm
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Pressure Transducer Gauge: 0 ± 750torr Pressure in Blacksburg on November 18, 2010: 714 ± 5mm Hg Sample Calculations: Volume at 25ºC = π r² h = π * (0.25/2) ² * 3.5 = 1.7 x 10 -1 cm 3 P air = P sensor + P atm P air at 6 mL= -343.7mmHg+(714±5 mmHg) *note* ratio from torr to mmHg is 1:1 so no real P air at 6 mL= 747.9±5 mmHg conversion is needed y = 0.0008x + 0.1633 0=0.0008x+0.1633 -0.1633=0.0008x x= -204.13= absolute zero PV at 6 mL= 6*-343.7 = -2062.2
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