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Determination of Ideal Gas Law Constant David Voorhees 8/9/2020
Data Activity 1 Data Table 1 Trial 1 (1 mL Trial 2 (1 mL Trial 3 (2 mL Trial 4 (2 mL Trial 5 (3 mL Trial 6 (3 mL Trial 7 (4 mL Trial 8 (4 mL Air temperatur e (°C) 22.75 C 22.75 C 22.75 C 22.75 C 22.75 C 22.75 C 22.75 C 22.75 C Volume H 2 O 2 liquid (mL) 1mL 1mL 2mL 2mL 3mL 3mL 4mL 4mL Initial Volume Gas (mL) 2mL 5mL 6mL 7mL 20mL 6mL 4mL 7mL Final Volume Gas (mL) 8mL 12mL 21mL 18mL 45mL 31mL 37mL 39mL ΔV (mL) 6mL 7mL 15mL 11mL 25mL 25mL 33mL 32mL 1. Would the volume of oxygen that is generated be affected if a smaller mass of yeast were used? Why or why not?
1 Activity 2 Data Table 2 Concentration H 2 O 2 (mol/L) (3g.34.01g/mol)/.1=.882Moles Trial 1 (1 mL H O ) Trial 2 (1 mL H O ) Trial 3 (2 mL H 2 O 2 ) Trial 4 (2 mL H 2 O 2 ) Trial 5 (3 mL H 2 O 2 ) Trial 6 (3 mL H 2 O 2 ) Trial 7 (4 mL H 2 O 2 ) Trial 8 (4 mL H 2 O 2 ) Mol es H 2 O . 00088 2mole s . 00088 2mole s .00176 4mole s .00176 6mole s .00264 6mole s .00264 6mole s .00352 8mole s .00352 8moles Mol es O 2 . 00044 1mole . 00044 1mole .00088 2mole s .00088 2mole s .00132 3mole s .00132 3mole s .00176 4mole s .00176 4moles ΔV (L) 7mL= .007L 6mL= .006L 15mL =.015 L 12mL =.012L 23mL =.012 L 25mL =.025 L 35mL =.035 L 33mL=. 033mL *Hint: Use stoichiometry to solve for moles of O