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Charles Law
Procedure
1. Take a gas piston from the Glassware shelf and place it on the workbench.
2. Fill the gas piston with 100 mL of methane gas (CH4) from the Chemicals shelf.
3. Open the Data window and click on the gas piston to view the volume of the gas sample.
4. Take a thermometer from the Tools shelf and drop on the piston to connect them. Open the Properties window, click on the thermometer and in the Properties window set the temperature units to "K".
5. Record the temperature (in Kelvin) and the volume of the gas sample.
6. Take a constant temperature bath from the Tools shelf and place it on the workbench.
7. Open the Properties window and click on the constant temperature bath. Set the temperature to "ice".
8. Drag the constant temperature bath and drop it onto the gas piston.
9. Let the temperature of the gas sample stabilize, and then record the temperature and volume of the gas sample.
10. In the Properties window, change the bath setting to 40C and record the temperature and volume of the gas once it stabilizes.
11. Repeat the measurements for bath settings of 60C, 80C and 100C.
Questions
1. Record here the data pairs of temperature and volume:
2. Prepare a graph of the data, with temperature (in Kelvin) on the X-axis and volume (mL) on the Y-axis.
3. Draw a straight line through the data points.
4. Does your experimental data verify Charles' Law?
5. What volume would the gas sample occupy at 50C, and at 120C?
6. List two sources of possible error if you had done activity in the real lab.

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Charles Law
Procedure
1. Take a gas piston from the Glassware shelf and place it on the
workbench.
2. Fill the gas piston with 100 mL of methane gas (CH?) from the
Chemicals shelf.
3. Open the Data window and click on the gas piston to view the volume
of the gas sample.
4. Take a thermometer from the Tools shelf and drop on the piston to
connect them. Open the Properties window, click on the thermometer and
in the Properties window set the temperature units to "K".
5. Record the temperature (in Kelvin) and the volume of the gas sample.
6. Take a constant temperature bath from the Tools shelf and place it on
the workbench.
7. Open the Properties window and click on the constant temperature
bath. Set the temperature to "ice".
8. Drag the constant temperature bath and drop it onto the gas piston.
9. Let the temperature of the gas sample stabilize, and then record the
temperature and volume of the gas sample.
10. In the Properties window, change the bath setting to 40C and record
the temperature and volume of the gas once it stabilizes.
11. Repeat the measurements for bath settings of 60C, 80C and 100C.
Questions
1. Record here the data pairs of temperature and volume:
2. Prepare a graph of the data, with temperature (in Kelvin) on the
X-axis and volume (mL) on the Y-axis.
3. Draw a straight line through the data points.
4. Does your experimental data verify Charles' Law?
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6. List two sources of possible error if you had done activity in the
real lab.
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