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Finally, set temperature at 140°C and record data for the five different volumes.Now, you have three sets of data and three graphs. ANSWER SHEET FOR BOYLE’S LAW EXPERIMENTFill in the answer sheet and then submit it via the Assignment drop-box.Question (first website) (1 point)1.At a constant temperature, when volume is decreased, what happens to pressure?a) decreasesb) increasesc)stays the sameBData: (2 points each - 15 points)TEMPERATURE: 60°CVOLUMEPRESSURE115kPa
200 ml400 ml57kPa600 ml38kPa800 ml28kPa1000 ml23kPaTEMPERATURE: 100°CVOLUMEPRESSURE200 ml128kPa400 ml64kPa600 ml42kPa800 ml32kPa1000 ml25kPaTEMPERATURE: 140°CVOLUMEPRESSURE200 ml142kPa400 ml71kPa600 ml47kPa800 ml35kPa1000 ml28kPaQuestions: (8 points)2.In this experiment, the temperature is recorded in:
3.In this experiment, the volume is recorded in:4.In this experiment, the pressure is recorded in:5.In this experiment, the constant, for each set of data and each graph, isa) temperatureb) volumec)pressureA6.The trend in all my graphs is:7.For a fixed amount of an ideal gas kept at fixed temperature, pressure andvolume are8.The mathematical equation for Boyle’s law is:pdenotes the pressure of the system. Vis the volumeof the gas. kis a constant value representative of the pressure and volume of the system.