Air is trapped in the lower part of a thin tube below a mercury column of length 8 cm. When the tube is vertical the length of air column trapped is 12 cm. The top is open and the system is at equilibrium. What will be the length of the trapped air column if the tube is now tilted so that it makes an angle of 65 degrees to the v
Boyle's law focuses on external pressure. What might be the case if it focuses on the internal pressure? How would this aspect change Boyle's law?
Would you help me with the following: A gas bubble with a volume of 1.0mm^3 originates at the bottom of a lake where the pressure is 3.0 atm. Calculate its volume when the bubble reaches the surface of the lake where the pressure is 695 torr, assuming that the temperature doesn't change.
The volume of a gas is inversely proportional to pressure of gas. If a volume 6 cubic centimeters exerts a pressure of 8 kilograms square centimeter on the gas, then what volume will exert a pressure of 12 kg square centimeter?
Lab performed Boyle's Law: I need help with the math to complete this lab. Information: Boyle's Law states that for a constant temperature, P1V 1=P2V 2 Which can be rearranged to give PV =k where k is some constant value. Compare this to the Ideal Gas Law, PV =n RT This was the used Procedure: Holding the separa
1. Does the volume of gas in the syringe change as you add weight to the top? (If you did not see any change in the volume of gas, you may need to use heavier weights. Try adding some small books, one at a time.) 2. Make a table with the volume of gas in one column and the amount of water or number of other weights in the othe