Boyles Law According to our data we were able to see a clear correlation

Boyles law according to our data we were able to see

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Boyle’s Law: According to our data we were able to see a clear correlation between volume the volume and pressure of a gas in a maintained environment. Our data accurately represented the inversely proportional relationship of Boyle’s Law where as shown in the graph. Furthermore, V 1 P having done multiple trials for this experiment, using different independent variables each time, we were able to efficiently determine the constant “ ” in the equation . We did so by k V k = P calculating the product of the volume multiplied by the pressure for each trial and then by determining the average value for said product across all trials. One source of error is that it was hard to keep the syringe steady while copying the data, because of the high pressure, so there was a significant decrease in pressure measured in the trial with a volume of 2.8mL. Conclusion: In conclusion, we were able to efficiently and accurately investigate and verify Charles’ law and Boyle’s law through these two experiments. For Charles’ Law, the value of the constant determined in the equation V 1 T 1 =V 2 T 2 was an average of 0.4215 using both trials with an mL error percentage of -12.8%. With Boyle’s Law, we were able to verify the inversely proportional relationship between volume and pressure in a regulated environment where and we V 1 P determined the constant “ ” in the equation by determining an average from each trial k V k = P which resulted in a value of 860 (2 sig figs) Pa L k · m Works Cited
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