Module 3 Unit 3 Experiment 1-1 - Experiment 1 Boyle\u2019s Law I Examine the Atmospheric Pressure vs Altitude graph and answer the questions Graph

Module 3 Unit 3 Experiment 1-1 - Experiment 1...

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Experiment 1: Boyle’s Law I. Examine the Atmospheric Pressure vs. Altitude graph and answer the questions: Graph of atmospheric pressure (in kPa) vs. altitude above sea level (in meters). Based on an equation from the CRC manual, a temperature of 15 deg. C and a relative humidity of 0%. By Geek.not.nerd - Own work, CC0, Questions: 1. What is the pressure value at 2000 m altitude? It is 80 kPa 2. What is the pressure value at 7000 m altitude? It is 40 kPa 3. At which altitude, the pressure value is 60 kPa? 4000m 4. At which altitude, the pressure value is 90 kPa? 1000m
II. Using four values from the table 1 data, plot a graph showing the volume – pressure relationship. 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 50 100 150 200 250 300 Pressure III. Using five values from table 2 data, plot a graph showing the volume-pressure relationship. V
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 20 40 60 80 100 120 Pressure Total: _________/10 marks

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