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Freddy Flunkout See lab manual for procedure (25-19.5)/(99.6-25.4) = 0.074123 (11.70-10.3)/(73.8-24.6) = 0.028455 x = -18/0.074123 = -242.8396 x = -9/0.028455 = -316.2857 2 . Assuming air behaves as an ideal gas, calculate the number of moles for the first reading in Part A and Part B. (Assume a constant pressure of 1.00 atm.) Part A : n = .000815981 mol Part B : n = .000409471 mol On this day I certify that this lab was a success. We studied V and T. I felt that I did very well in obtaining data. I took volume and temperature data and made some graphs. My slope was very small and my temps were negative, so I probly messed something up. Human and mechanical error could’ve happened. This has been my favorite lab so far; I love chemistry.

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EXPERIMENT 13 REPORT SHEET: CHARLES’S LAW Part A Temperature (°C) Volume (cm 3 ) 1. ________________ ______________ 2. ________________ ______________ 3. ________________ ______________ 4. ________________ ______________ 5. ________________ ______________ Part B Temperature (°C) Volume (cm 3 ) 1. ________________ ______________ 2. ________________ ______________ 3. ________________ ______________ 4. ________________ ______________ 5. ________________ ______________ Analysis of Graphical Data Slope, m y-intercept, b Temperature at zero volume Part A ________________ ______________ ______________ Part B ________________ ______________ ______________ Show a sample calculation for the slope and temperature at zero volume for Part A or Part B.
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