7.Based on your data, what relationship exists between the pressure and the volume of a gas (assuming a constant temperature)?

Gas PropertiesLook up a statement of Boyle’s Law in your textbook. Do your results further prove this?

9.Complete the tables from the data saved in your lab book. Use only a sampling of the data for pressures at 1, 3, 6, and 9 atm. Fill out the table please

Ideal Gas 1 MW = 4 g/mol Volume (L) Pressure (atm) PVProduct (P× V) Ideal Gas 8 MW = 222 g/mol Volume (L) Pressure (atm) PVProduct (P× V)Real Gas N2 Volume (L) Pressure (atm) PVProduct (P× V)What conclusions can you make about the PV product with Ideal Gas 1, MW = 4 g/mol? Under a fixed temperature, PV product remains constant with ideal gas 1. This means ideal gas 1 follows the Boyle’s law.10.________________________________________________________________________________How is the PV product affected using an ideal gas with a different molecular weight (Ideal Gas 8)? __________It also showed that PV product remains constant with ideal gas 8, the values were the same as ideal gas 1. Conclusion is that the value of PV product of ideal gas remains same regardless of types of gases. ______________________________________________________________________How are your results affected using a Real Gas (N2)? ___

11.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________12.You may want to repeat the experiment several times using different size pressure changes. Not sure you did this experiment – but I will give it the 50% and you got 1/5 of the questions –review myposted solution for more understanding – total for this lab is 60%Total for the assignment 84% and 60% for a combined of 72%