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In the attachment I am confused on how he/she got the answer and the right equation for data table 3 the far right

column under 1/average volume, 1/Vavg (1/mL). Iam working on a similar problem and of course I got different numbers for all the trials withing the book numbers. I cant seem to figure out how to do find and or use the proper equation to colve for 1/Vavg(1/mL) docx (1) example.docx

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Boyle’s Law
Hands-On Labs, Inc.
Version 42-0141-00-02 Lab Report Assistant
This document is not meant to be a substitute for a formal laboratory report. The Lab Report
Assistant is simply a summary of the experiment’s questions, diagrams if needed, and data
tables that should be addressed in a formal lab report. The intent is to facilitate students’
writing of lab reports by providing this information in an editable file which can be sent to an
instructor. Exercise 1: Observing Boyle’s Law
Data Table 1. Calculating Force.
Number of Books Mass of Book
(kg) Acceleration
m/s2 Force
N Pressure
Pa 1 0.536 9.81 m/s2 5.26 N 684.005 Pa 2 1.073 9.81 m/s2 10.53 N 1489.6 Pa 3 1.414 9.81 m/s2 13.9 N 1966.33 Pa 1.780 9.81 m/s 2 17.5 N 2475.6 Pa 9.81 m/s 2 22.93 N 3243.74 Pa 4
5 2.337 Data Table 2. Surface Area.
Diameter of Syringe (mm) 30 Diameter of Syringe (m) 0.03 Radius of Syringe (m) 0.15 Slant Height of Piston (mm) 15 Slant Height of Piston (m) .015 Surface Area of Syringe Tip (m2) 0.0007065 Data Table 3. Volume and Total Pressure.
Number
of Books Volume:
Trial 1
(mL) Volume:
Trial 2
(mL) Volume:
Trial 3
(mL) Average Volume
Vavg
(mL) 1/Average Volume
1/Vavg
(1/mL) 1 58 58 58 58 0.0172 2 58 57 56 57 0.0175 3 57 56 54 55.7 0.0180 4 56 54 51 53.7 0.0186 5 55 53 49 52.3 0.0191 Data Table 4. Scatter Plots.
Average Volume vs. Pressure 1/Average Volume vs. Pressure Data Table 5. Final Calculations.
Atmospheric Pressure (Pa): 15890 Number
of Books Total Pressure (Ptotal) Total Pressure x Average Volume (Ptotal x Vavg) (Pa) (PamL) 1 684.005 Pa 39672.3 2 1489.6 Pa 84907.2 3 1966.33 Pa 109524.6 4 2475.6 Pa 132939.7 5 3243.74 Pa 169647.6 Questions
A. Describe the relationship of pressure versus the volume of a confined gas.
Volume and pressure have an inverse relationship because as the volume of the container
increases, the pressure of the confined gas decreases.
B. Would you expect your experimental results would change if a different gas, such as CO 2,
were used instead of air? Explain your answer.
Yes I would expect that different gases would each have their own effect because the
density of the gases would vary.
C. Use a reliable source to determine the atmospheric pressure at your location (atmospheric
pressure at sea level is 101325 Pa and atmospheric pressure in Denver, Colorado is 84000
Pa). Use the equation below to calculate the percent difference between your experimental
value for atmospheric pressure and the theoretical value (actual atmospheric pressure).
Show all work. What are some possible sources of errors in your experiment? Percent Diffe rence = (Experimental Value - Theoretical Value)
100%
(Theoretical Value) 15890-101325 = -0.843 x 100% = -84.3%
101325 D. As stated by Boyle’s Law, the products PV should equal a constant, k. Did your results of P t ×
Vavg come out approximately the same for k?
No they did not have a constant pressure.

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