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Chemistry Solved_Part_25 - Laboratory Activity 13 Week 14...

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©2010 Digital Interactive Video Education Week 14 74 Laboratory Activity 13 Boyle’s Law Introduction Robert Boyle (1627-1691) is considered one of the greatest scientists of all time, and the father of modern chemis- try. He was also a humble Christian man. He was profoundly interested in missions, devoting much of his own time and money to Bible translation work and the propagation of the gospel. In an introductory chemistry course like this, his name is most often associated with the following formula known as Boyle’s law. For an ideal gas: P 1 V 1 =P 2 V 2 Another way to think about Boyle’s law is that when temperature is constant, pressure and volume of an ideal gas are indirectly related. In Laboratory Activity 13, we will use Boyle’s law to answer the following question: Can Boyle’s Law be determined experimentally? Hypothesis : Circle one. Refer to Laboratory Activity 6 for description of the correlation coef±cient, R 2 . Yes if R
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