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    Ideal Gas Law Chemistry Lab Experiment

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    Experiment to demonstrate the Ideal Gas Law.
    Attached is the directions and data sheet. Here is the link for the data sheet. http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/physical/giambattista/thermo/thermodynamics.html

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    Data and related questions
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    Part 1

    P (Pa) V (m^3) T(K)
    498.6 5 300
    453.27 5.5 300
    415.5 6 300
    383.53 6.5 300
    356.14 7 300
    332.4 7.5 300
    311.62 8 300
    293.29 8.5 300277 9 300
    262.42 9.5 300
    249.3 10 300

    P (Pa) V (m^3) T (K)
    249.3 10 300
    262.42 9.5 300
    277 9 300
    293.29 8.5 300
    311.62 8 300
    332.4 7.5 300
    356.14 7 300
    383.53 6.5 300
    415.5 6 300
    453.27 5.5 300
    498.6 5 300
    554 4.5 300
    623.25 4 300
    712.28 3.5 300
    831 3 300
    997.2 2.5 300
    1246.5 2 300
    1662 1.5 300
    2493 1 300

    When we held the temperature constant and cut the volume in half, each time we reduced the volume we observed that the pressure (increased/decreased) by a factor of (1 / 2 / 4 /8 / 10). Circle the correct answer.

    When we held the temperature constant and reduced the volume from 10 to 1, we observed that the pressure (increased/decreased) by a factor of ( 1 / 2 / 4 / 8 / 10). Circle the correct answer.
    Part II

    P (Pa) V (cm^3) T (K)
    831 1 100
    831 2 200
    831 4 400
    831 8 800
    831 10 1000

    When we held the pressure constant and double the temperature, each time we doubled the temperature we observed that the volume (increased/decreased) by a factor of ( 1 / 2 / 4 / 8 / 10). Circle the correct answer.

    When we held the pressure constant and increased the temperature from 100 to 1000, we observed that the volume (increased/decreased) by a factor of (1 / 2 / 4 / 8 / 10). Circle the correct answer.

    Part III

    P (Pa) V (cm^3) T (K)
    166.2 5 100
    332.4 5 200
    664.8 5 400
    1329.6 5 800
    1662 5 1000

    When we held the volume constant and doubled the temperature, each time we doubled the temperature we observed that the pressure (increased/decreased) by a factor of (1 / 2 / 4 / 8 / 10). Circle the correct answer.

    When we held the volume constant and increased the temperature from 100 to 1000, we observed that the pressure (increased/decreased) by a factor of (1 / 2 / 4 / 8 / 10). Circle the correct answer.

    Part IV

    (a.) We observed that as we compress the gas (decrease the volume) the temperature (increased/decreased) and pressure (increased/decreased). Circle the correct answers.

    (b.) We observed that as we compress the gas (decrease the volume) the molecules moved (faster/slower) Circle the correct answer.

    (c.) As we compressed the gas the temperature (increased/decreased) and kinetic energy of the molecules (increased/decreased) and the molecular activity (increased/decreased). Circle the correct answers.

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    Part 1

    P (Pa) V (m^3) T(K)
    498.6 5 300
    453.27 5.5 300
    415.5 6 300
    383.53 6.5 300
    356.14 7 300
    332.4 7.5 300
    311.62 8 300
    293.29 8.5 300
    277 9 300
    262.42 9.5 300
    249.3 10 300

    P (Pa) V (m^3) T ...

    Solution Summary

    Questions are related to the observations made during a lab experiment to demonstrate the Ideal Gas Law. Experiment has been performed at constant volume (iso-choric), constant pressure (iso-baric) and constant temperature (iso-thermal). I have answered nine questions in all.

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