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Started onStarted onThursday, February 4, 2021,4:44 PMStateStateFinishedCompleted onCompleted onThursday, February 4, 2021,4:47 PMTime takenTime taken3 mins 19 secsPointsPoints20.00/20.00GradeGrade10.0010.00 out of 10.00 (100100%)OliviaOliviaOatmanOatmanHome ∠My courses ∠Reading Area CC - CHE 120 Lab Sims - Fall 2020 - MEJABI∠Apparent Molecular Weight of Air ∠MC - Apparent Molecular Weight of Air
Question 1Correct1.00 points out of 1.00In Experiment 1, what was the total volume of gas at 60.0 °C? Choose the closest answer.Select one:a. 227.5 mLb. 272.7 mLc. 257.2 mLd. 75.2 mLYour answer is correct.The correct answer is: 257.2 mL
Question 2Correct1.00 points out of 1.00In Experiment 1, what was the total volume of gas at 0.0 °C? Choose the closest answer.Select one:a. 182.0 mLb. 257.2 mLc. 241.8 mLd. 210.9 mLYour answer is correct.The correct answer is: 210.9 mL
Question 3Correct1.00 points out of 1.00What parameters were held constant in Experiment 1?Select one:a. volume and pressureb. volume and number of molesc. temperature and volumed. pressure and number of molesYour answer is correct.The correct answer is: pressure and number of molesQuestion 4Correct1.00 points out of 1.00
Given the data you collected in Experiment 1, what is the relationship between volume and temperature?Select one:a. The volume changes randomly with temperature.b. The volume remains constant as the temperature increases.c. The volume increases as the temperature decreases.d. The volume increases as the temperature increases.Your answer is correct.The correct answer is: The volume increases as the temperature increases.
Question 5Correct1.00 points out of 1.00What was the pressure in Experiment 2 when the flask contained 20.0 mL of water?