Marshmallow_Lab

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Unformatted text preview: Contributed by Beverly Frommel <[email protected]> Chemistry I Name Inquiry Lab Date ***This is the first inquiry lab required for Chemistry, so included are some basic instructions. Make sure you fill out every section on the handout and pay attention to the rubric. Background: Often times, you can test complex scientific laws and theories with household items. Gas laws relate temperature, pressure, volume and amounts of gases. In this lab, you will use marshmallows and plastic syringes to test one of the basic gas laws. You will make a conclusion relating the observations and data to the related gas law. More Specific Title: ? What two variables can we test if we place a baby marshmallow in the syringe, seal it with our finger and adjust the amount of space? ___________________________ and _____________________________ Hypothesis: (Write an if-then statement concerning the two variables being tested.) ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________...
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