Rubenstein_Exp10.1

Rubenstein_Exp10.1 - Experiment 10 Gas Laws Spring 2010...

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Experiment 10 – Gas Laws Spring 2010 Name Alec Rubenstein Lab Section 438 Point Summary (See Blackboard for detailed grading rubric) Superior Excellent Satisfactory Fair Poor Omitted Introduction •Purpose of Report •Goals of Experiment Materials and Methods Results and Discussion •Description of data •Data Tables •Data Table Titles •Graphs •Figure Captions •Sample Calculations •Systematic Error •Random Error •Discussion of discrepancies Other Lab Technique TOTAL POINTS TA Comments/Suggestions:
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C HEMISTRY 102L R EPORT T EMPLATE EXPT. Experimenting with Gas Laws 10 10 Introduction The purpose of this report is to determine a mathematical relationship to describe three of the four fundamental physical properties of a gas: pressure, volume, & temperature. The objective of the experiment was to investigate how changes in volume and Temperature would affect the pressure of a confined sample of air. Materials and Methods The procedure for this experiment was taken from Lab Manual: Experiment 10. There were no deviations taken from the procedure. Results and Discussion In Part I of the experiment, the relationship between the pressure and the volume of a gas is examined. Table 1 summarizes the raw data collected in this experiment. Table 1. Tabular Analysis of Pressure (atm) vs. Volume (L) for Trials 1 & 2. These data are plotted to determine the mathematical relationship between the pressure and volume of a confined gas. Figures 1 and 2 illustrate the graphical analysis used to determine this mathematical relationship.
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Figure 1. Graphical analysis of pressure vs. volume data for trials 1 and 2. The trend of the data suggests that there is an inverse relationship between pressure and volume. Figure 2.
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