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Started on Started on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, 9:40 AM State State Finished Completed on Completed on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, 9:43 AM Time taken Time taken 3 mins 18 secs Points Points 19.00/19.00 Grade Grade 10.00 10.00 out of 10.00 (100 100%) Olivia Olivia Oatman Oatman Home My courses Reading Area CC - CHE 120 Lab Sims - Fall 2020 - MEJABI Boyle's Law MC - Boyle's Law
Question 1 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 In Experiment 1, what volume did the propane gas occupy in the Erlenmeyer flask before the addition of any water? Select one: a. 0.0 mL b. 250.0 mL c. 314.0 mL d. 20.0 mL Your answer is correct. The correct answer is: 314.0 mL
Question 2 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 In Experiment 1, what was the pressure of the propane gas in the Erlenmeyer flask before the addition of any water? Select one: a. 0.000 atm b. 3.000 atm c. 1.150 atm d. 1.000 atm Your answer is correct. The correct answer is: 1.000 atm
Question 3 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 In Experiment 1, what was the pressure of the propane gas in the Erlenmeyer flask after the addition of 20 mL of water? Select one: a. 1.467 atm b. 1.068 atm c. 1.000 atm d. 2.140 atm Your answer is correct. The correct answer is: 1.068 atm
Question 4 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 In Experiment 1, what volume did the propane gas occupy after the addition of 40 mL of water? Select one: a. 40.0 mL b. 210.0 mL c. 274.0 mL d. 190.0 mL Your answer is correct. The correct answer is: 274.0 mL
Question 5 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 In Experiment 1, what volume did the propane gas occupy after the addition of 80 mL of water? Select one: a. 0.0 mL b. 80.0 mL c. 170.0 mL d. 234.0 mL Your answer is correct. The correct answer is: 234.0 mL Question 6 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 In Experiment 1, what is the relationship between the volume occupied by propane and its
pressure? Select one: a. As the volume of propane decreased, the pressure increased. b. As the volume of propane decreased, the pressure was constant.
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