Using the actual moles of o 2 you determined from

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Question 8 of 174.0/ 4.0 PointsUsing the actual moles of O2you determined from your experiment (n) and the theoretical moles of O2you just calculated, show your calculations from Experiment 1: Ideal Gas Law - Finding Percent H2O2with Yeast for determining the percent hydrogen peroxide in your experimental sample.NOTE:All work must be shown. Skipping steps or lack of clarity in steps will result in loss of points. All units must be properly labeled. Be sure to click on "Show/Hide Rich Text Editor" above your answer box so you can include subscripts, superscripts, etc. as needed. If your formatting is unclear,you will not receive credit.percent H2O2 = Actual moles O2 * 100%
Question 9 of 174.0/ 4.0 PointsThe bottle of hydrogen peroxide you used in Experiment 1: Ideal Gas Law - Finding Percent H2O2is labeled as a 3% solution (the same as store-bought hydrogen peroxide). Do your experimental results support this (with consideration given to experimental error)? Show your calculations for your percent errorof your results.NOTE:All work must be shown. Skipping steps or lack of clarity in steps will result in loss of points. All units must be properly labeled. Be sure to click on "Show/Hide Rich Text Editor" above your answer box so you can include subscripts, superscripts, etc. as needed. If your formatting is unclear,you will not receive credit.
Question 12 of 174.0/ 4.0 PointsHow does the molecular motion of the air particles explain your results in Experiment 2: Charles' Law, Part 1? Note that the pressure on the surface of the balloon remained constant, at atmospheric pressure. Be as detailed as possible with your answer to receive full credit.

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