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3.Summarize: The relationship between pressure and temperature (at constant volume) is given by Gay-Lussac’s law. State Gay-Lussac’s law in your own words.4.Investigate: Select the BAR CHART tab. Make the chamber as large as possible. A.Gradually decrease the volume. What happens to the pressure of the gas? B.What happens to the pressure when the volume is cut in half? C.What happens to the pressure when the volume is quadrupled? D.How does volume affect pressure? 5.Graph: Create a graph showing the relationship between volume and pressure. A.Is the slope of the line positive or negative? B.Based on the direction of the slope, is the relationship between pressure and volumedirectly or inversely proportional? C.Which gas law summarizes this relationship? D.Why do you think making the chamber smaller leads to an increase in gas pressure?
20196.Observe: Select the BAR CHART tab. Change the number of moles and observe. A.What happens to the pressure as the amount of gas increases? B.What is the relationship between the number of moles and pressure? 7.Infer: One mole of any substance contains Avogadro’s number (6.022 ×1023) of particles.A.Will doubling the number of moles double the number of particles? B.Why does doubling the number of moles double the pressure? 8.Compare: Change the gas to nitrogen, which is heavier than hydrogen, and observe.A.Do its molecules move faster or slower than those of hydrogen? B.Since heavier molecules exert more force each time they collide, is it likely that fewercollisions could produce the same force?