Experiment 4 Exploring Gas Laws

Experiment 4 Exploring Gas Laws - Exploring Gas Laws Sidney...

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Unformatted text preview: Exploring Gas Laws Sidney Sherrill Robert Barrentine September 28, 2010 I certify this work is my own. Sidney Sherrill Data and Calculations Part A P air (mmHg,torr) Vol. air (mL) 1/P air (torr-1 ) 1052.5 7 0.000950 119 923.8 8 0.001082 485 828.7 9 0.001206 709 750.1 10 0.001333 156 648.7 11 0.001460 494 628.2 12 0.001591 85 581.5 13 0.001719 69 544.1 14 0.001837 897 509.3 15 0.001963 479 479.1 16 0.002087 247 452.4 17 0.002210 433 428.6 18 0.002333 178 Part B DATA Trial 1 Mass of Mg (g) .045 Mass of flask (g) 65.876 Length of tubing (mm) 44.6 Reduced Pressure in flask (mmHg) 354.5 Highest Pressure (mmHg) 609.1 Temperature at highest pressure( o C) 23.5 Mass of flask + water (g) 210.379 P H2O at T above (mmHg) 22.4 RESULTS Trial 1 Moles of Mg .0019 Moles of H 2 .0019 P total (atm) 609.1 P H2 (atm) .3055 Volume of tubing (L) . - 3 53 10 4 Volume of flask (L) .1445 Total Volume gas (L) .1449 Temperature at highest pressure(K) 296.5 R (units) .0786 Sample Calculations + + Mg 2HCl MgCl2 H2 1. Moles of H2 generated...
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