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Determination of Ideal Gas Law Constant Student Name Trishton McCormick Date 04/10/2021
Data Activity 1 Data Table 1 Trial 1 (1 mL Trial 2 (1 mL Trial 3 (2 mL Trial 4 (2 mL Trial 5 (3 mL Trial 6 (3 mL Trial 7 (4 mL Trial 8 (4 mL Air temperature (°C) 20 °C 20 °C 20 °C 20 °C 20 °C 20 °C 20 °C 20 °C Volume H 2 O 2 liquid (mL) 1mL 1mL 2mL 2mL 3mL 3mL 4mL 4mL Initial Volume Gas (mL) 1mL 1mL 1mL 0mL 1mL 1mL 2mL 1mL Final Volume Gas (mL) 11mL 12mL 22mL 21mL 34mL 32mL 42mL 41mL ΔV (mL) 10mL 11mL 21mL 21mL 33mL 31mL 40mL 40mL 1. Would the volume of oxygen that is generated be affected if a smaller mass of yeast were used? Why or why not?
1 Activity 2 Data Table 2 Concentration H 2 O 2 (mol/L) 0.1 M Trial 1 (1 mL Trial 2 (1 mL Trial 3 (2 mL Trial 4 (2 mL Trial 5 (3 mL Trial 6 (3 mL Trial 7 (4 mL Trial 8 (4 mL Moles H 2 O 2 0.018 0.018 0.036 0.036 0.054 0.054 0.072 0.072 Moles O 2 0.1392 0.0132 6 0.2594 0.2498 0.3741 0.3901 0.2779 0.2733 ΔV (L) 0.008 7 0.008 1 0.016 1 0.014 1 0.020 9 0.023 5 0.021

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