Way from the given diagram and ensure the canister

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way from the given diagram and ensure the canister has a pressure of 20 kPa (done either manually following knowledge of how to get the air out or with a vacuum pump). 2) Add gas to this canister one syringe full (60 cc) at a time until its pressure is 50 kPa, write down the values for the change in pressure and syringe fills. C) Pressure and Temperature 1) Use the set-up from part B and set the pressure to just over 50 kPa, then add a temperature sensor on the side of the canister with rubber bands holding it in place. 2) Connect the temperature Sensor to channel B and monitor both the temperature and pressure with the digits key. 3) Put the canister in a heat source (hot pot for this lab) and turn it on. Record the pressure and temperature in intervals of 10 o C, once an interval is achieved turn the heat source off and wait 30 seconds to record your values (allows for equilibrium state of the gas and heat source). Equations: Where: P is pressure in Pascals. V is volume in meters^3 n is the number of moles of an ideal gas R is the ideal gas constant (8.314J/molK) T is temperature in Kelvin K is a constant Data: Table 1 Data for Part 1 Pressure (kPa) Volume (cc) 86.4 30 121.2 20 150.9 15 87.5 30 61.4 45 46.9 60 Table 2 Data for Part 2 Pressure (kPa) Change in Pressure (kPa) Syringe Fulls Change in Syringe Fulls (cc) 20.0 n/a n(0) n/a 24.9 4.9 n(0)+1 60.0 30.0 5.1 n(0)+2 60.0 35.1 5.1 n(0)+3 60.0
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40.0 4.9 n(0)+4 60.0 45.0 5.0 n(0)+5 60.0 50.1 5.1 n(0)+6 60.0 Table 3 Data for Part 3 Temperature (*C) Temperature (K) Pressure (kPa) 24 297.15 50.5 34.0 307.15 52.3 44.0 317.15 54.1 54.0 327.15 55.9 64.0 337.15 57.5 Results: Table 4 Analysis for Part 1 Pressure/P(i) Volume/V(i) 1.000 1.000 1.403 0.667 1.747 0.500 1.013 1.000 0.711 1.500 0.543 2.000 Table 5 Analysis for Part 1 Pressure*Volume (constant) 2.592 2.424 2.264 2.625 2.763 2.814 Equations and Example Calculations for Part 1: Pressure/P(i) Volume/V(i) Pressure*Volume Equations and Calculations for Part 2: The average change in pressure per syringe full of gas:
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To find the initial amount of syringe fulls: Therefore, N(o)=3.986 Therefore, V(o)=.239mL Table 6 Analysis for Part 3 Temp (K) Pressure (kPa) Pressure/Te mp 297.15 50.5 0.1699 307.15 52.3 0.1703 317.15 54.1 0.1706 327.15 55.9 0.1709 337.15 57.5
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