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9. The bath was then increased to 60 C, 80 C, and 100 C. Once the temperature stabilized for each the temperature, volume of syringe, and total volume were all recorded. 10. The flask was recycled and the workbench was cleaned. Experiment 2: Measure the Changes in Volume of Butane as a Function of Temperature 1. One Erlenmeyer flask was taken from the containers shelf and was closed. 2. Butane (C4H10) was taken from the materials shelf and 1.5 atm was added to the flask. The pressure of the flask was recorded. 3. A thermometer and gas syringe was taken from the instruments shelf and attached to the flask. The temperature, volume of gas in the syringe, and total gas volume was recorded. 4. A constant temperature was taken out and run at 40 C. 5. The flask was then dragged over into the bath. The temperature stabilized and the temperature, volume of syringe, and total volume were all recorded. 6. The bath was then increased to 60 C, 80 C, and 100 C. Once the temperature stabilized for each the temperature, volume of syringe, and total volume were all recorded.
7. The flask was recycled and the workbench was cleaned. Data: This includes all observations and questions posed to you Short Answer Charles's Law Experiment 1: Measure the Changes in Volume of Methane as a Function of Temperature Lab Results 1. Record the temperature and volume data for methane in the table below. Volume of Gas in the Syringe (mL) Total Volume of Gas (mL) Temperature of Gas (K) 75 225 294.6 58.6 208.6 273.1 89.1 239.1 313.1 104.4 254.4 333.1 119.7 269.7 353.1 135 285 373.1

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