ashley gas laws lab

Ashley gas laws lab - Name Ashley Sanders Instructor Kenny Bullins Lab Partner Cody Dunn Date Performed Date Submitted Experiment 11 The Properties

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Name: Ashley Sanders Instructor: Kenny Bullins Lab Partner: Cody Dunn Date Performed: November 12, 2007 Date Submitted: November 26, 2007 Experiment 11 The Properties of Gases Objective The objective of the gas lab is to study the dependence of the volume of a gas on temperature and pressure. Experimental Data Charles’ Law Temp ( o C) Length (cm) 4.8 4.72 23.5 5.31 38.1 5.43 48.8 5.64 65.3 5.92 74.5 6.11 94.9 6.39 Boyle’s Law Volume (mL) P sensor (mmHg) 4.0 -5.4 1.0 641.4 5.0 -111.2 20.0 -538.2 2.0 365.2 19.0 -529.4 3.0 148.3 18.0 -518.3 16.0 -494.5 7.0 -249.2 15.0 -478.8 9.0 -339.3 11.0 -400.2 10.0 -368.6 13.0 -445.5 Atmospheric Pressure: 717±5mmHg
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Sample Calculations Charles’ Law Volume= r 2 h 23.2 mm 3 = 4.8 o C X 4.72cm V=.0874T( o C) + 23.4mm 3 0 = .0874T(-267.4 o C) + 23.4mm 3 Boyle’s Law P air = P sensor + P atm 711.6mmHg = -5.4mmHg + 717mmHg PV= P air X Volume Sx = (√(∑(X 1 -X avg ) 2 ))/(n-1) ∑X = 470163 ∑X 2 = 153287832 Avg = ∑X/15 = 3134.42 -> 3130 (√(153287832))/(14)
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Ashley gas laws lab - Name Ashley Sanders Instructor Kenny Bullins Lab Partner Cody Dunn Date Performed Date Submitted Experiment 11 The Properties

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