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Determination of Ideal Gas Law ConstantDataActivity 1Data Table 1Trial1(1 mLHO)Trial2(1mLTrial3(2 mLHO)Trial4(2 mLHO)Trial5(3 mLHO)Trial6(3 mLHO)Trial7(4 mLHO)Trial8(4 mLHO)Airtemperature (°C)22.78°C22.78°c22.78°C22.78°C22.78°C22.78°C22.78°C 22.78°CVolumeH2O2liquid(mL)1 mL1 mL 2mL2mL3mL3mL4mL4mLInitialVolumeGas (mL)2 mL5 mL6mL7ml20mL6mL4mL7mLFinalVolumeGas (mL)9 mL11mL21mL19mL43mL31mL39mL40mLΔV (mL)7 mL6 mL15mL12mL23mL25mL35mL33mL1.Would the volume of oxygen that is generated be affected if a smaller mass of yeast were used? Why or why not?
1Activity 2Data Table 2Show work for determining Concentration of H2O2in the box below. ConcentrationH2O2(mol/L)(3g/34.01g/mol)/0.1=0.882 MolesTrial 1(1 mLH2O2)**Trial2(1 mLHO)Trial3(2 mLHO)Trial4(2 mLHO)Trial5(3 mLHO)

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