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12/4/2020APUS CLE : CHEM133 K003 Spr 20 : Tests & Quizzes1/710.0/ 10.0 Points8.0/ 8.0 Points8.0/ 8.0 Points
Question 3 of 12The goal for Experiment 1: Ideal Gas Law - Finding Percent H2O2with Yeast is to find the percentageof hydrogen peroxide in the solution. To determine percentage, you need to first determine how many moles ofhydrogen peroxide are present. Rearrange PV=nRT to solve for n, then plug in your known values for P, V, R, and T.Lab 9 AssignmentReturn to Assessment ListPart 1 of 1 -100.0/ 100.0 PointsQuestion 1 of 12Please upload (in PDF format) a picture of your Gas Collection Apparatus (Step 2). To receivecredit, your ring stand, graduated cylinder, beaker, all tubing, flask, etc. The oxygen bubbles must be clearlyvisible in the picture, as well as clear label with your name, the lab title (with Experiment number), and the date inclear view. This must be a single picture in a PDF file in order to receive credit.NOTE: If your document is not clear, organized, and properly labeled, or any part of it is unclear to your instructor,you will not receive creditCHEM 133 Lab 9 Gas Collection Apparatus.pdf(296.32 KB)Question 2 of 12Please upload (in PDF format) a picture of your completed Table 1: Temperature, Pressure, andVolume Dataand Table 2: Reaction Time Data(Step 3). To receive credit, these must be saved together in a singlePDF file.NOTE: If your tables are not clear, organized, and properly labeled (with units), or any part of it is unclear to yourinstructor, you will not receive credit.CHEM 133 Lab 9 Table 1 and 2.pdf(123.26 KB)Show all your calculations from Experiment 1 for converting your temperature (T) to Kelvin
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12/4/2020APUS CLE : CHEM133 K003 Spr 20 : Tests & Quizzes2/78.0/ 8.0 PointsNOTE: All work must be shown. Skipping steps or lack of clarity in steps will result in loss of points. All units must beproperly labeled. Be sure to click on "Show/Hide Rich Text Editor" above your answer box so you can includesubscripts, superscripts, etc. as needed. If your formatting is unclear, you will not receive credit.In order to convert my temperature to kelvin I need to must the following equation:Kelvin = Celsius + 273.15Then I will plug in my temperature in Celsius:Kelvin = 27.2 +273.15Kelvin = 300.35 KMy temperature in Kelvin is 300.35 K.