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Lab Report 4 Boyle’s Law and Charles’s Law Name 1. Get the Gizmo ready : Set the temperature ( T ) to 300 K and the mass ( m ) to 0 kg. A. With the temperature held constant at 300 K, use the Select mass slider to place weights on the lid. Record the pressure and volume of the gas for each added mass. Added mass on the lid Total mass (Lid + added mass) Pressure Volume 0 kg 10 kg 98.10 (N/m 2 ) 2.54m 3 10 kg 20 kg 196.20(N/m 2 ) 1.27m 3 20 kg 30 kg 294.30(N/m 2 ) 0.85m 3 30 kg 40 kg 392.40(N/m 2 ) 0.64m 3 B. As the pressure increases at constant temperature, what happens to the volume of the gas? The volume of the gas decrease This relationship is described by decreases This relationship is described by Boyle’s law. 2. Get the Gizmo ready : On the SIMULATION pane, set T to 100 K and m to 0 kg. A. Without changing the mass on the lid, record the pressure and volume of the gas at each of the given temperatures. Temperature Pressure Volume 100 K 98.10 (N/m 2 ) 0.85m 3 200 K 98.10 (N/m 2 ) 1.70 m 3 300 K 98.10 (N/m 2 ) 2.54 m 3
400 K 98.10 (N/m 2 ) 3.39 m 3 500 K 98.10 (N/m 2 ) 4.24m 3 B. As the temperature increases at constant pressure, what happens to the volume of

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