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1.Is it important to ensure the graduated cylinder is completely devoid of gasbefore starting a trial?Why or why not?
2.Would the volume of oxygen that is generated be affected if a smaller mass ofyeast were used?Why or why not?
3.Identify some potential sources for the error in the experiment. Are anyassumptions made that would add to the experimental error?
4.You are designing an experiment to measure pressure change with respect tomoles of gas. Propose a potential experimental design for a system in whichthe volume is constant. Assume you have a method for measuring pressure.
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