AUA Experiment 8 Charles Law Pre Lab Exercise Report

AUA Experiment 8 Charles Law Pre Lab Exercise Report

AUA Experiment 8 Charles Law Pre Lab Exercise Report

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Experiment 8 Charles Law: Pre-Lab Exercise Date Name Laboratory Instructor Lab Day & Time 1. What variables are constant in accordance to Charles’s Law? 2. If the volume of a gas increases, the temperature of the gas 3. A sample of gas has a volume of 750.0mL at a temperature of 23.6°C. What volume does the gas occupy at 95.0°C? 83 General Chemistry I Name Southern California University of Health Sciences Lab Report Laboratory Instructor Date Report Form: Esperiment 8 Charles’ Law RESULTS Data Table Trial 1 Trial 2 Temperature of the boiling water, T, in C and K .C K °C K Initial volume of air in the flask, V., in ml Temperature of water in the tray/beaker, T: (in C and K) Volume of water drawn into the flask, V2, mL Volume of air in the flask, V2, mL (V2 actual) °C K K DATA ANALYSIS: Trial 1 Please provide sample calculations for each

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Experiment 8 Charles Law: Pre-Lab Exercise Date Name Laboratory Instructor Lab Day & Time 1. What variables are constant in accordance to Charles’s Law? 2. If the volume of a gas increases, the temperature of the gas 3. A sample of gas has a volume of 750.0mL at a temperature of 23.6°C. What volume does the gas occupy at 95.0°C? 83 General Chemistry I Name Southern California University of Health Sciences Lab Report Laboratory Instructor Date Report Form: Esperiment 8 Charles’ Law RESULTS Data Table Trial 1 Trial 2 Temperature of the boiling water, T, in C and K .C K °C K Initial volume of air in the flask, V., in ml Temperature of water in the tray/beaker, T: (in C and K) Volume of water drawn into the flask, V2, mL Volume of air in the flask, V2, mL (V2 actual) °C K K DATA ANALYSIS: Trial 1 Please provide sample calculations for each

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