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##### LAB EXPERIMENT TITLED BOYLE'S LAW

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1. Record the pairs of data for pressure (atm) and volume (mL).;Volume (mL) Pressure (atm);2. According to Boyle's Law, pressure is inversely proportional to volume, so prepare a graph of the data, with [1/volume] (units=1/mL) on the X-axis and pressure (atm) on the Y-axis.;Open the graphing utility by clicking on the graph button at the bottom of this window page.;Click here for graphing instructions;Draw a straight line through the data points. Does your experimental data verify Boyle's Law? Explain.;Graph (6 points);3. What pressure would the gas sample have at a volume of 75 mL? At 300 mL?;Experiment 2;1. Record the pairs of data for pressure (atm) and volume (mL).;Volume (mL) Pressure (atm);2. According to Boyle's Law, pressure is inversely proportional to volume, so prepare a graph of the data, with [1/volume] (units=1/mL) on the X-axis and pressure (atm) on the Y-axis.;Draw a straight line through the data points. Does your experimental data verify Boyle's Law? Explain.;Graph (6 points);3. What pressure would the gas sample have at a volume of 75 mL? At 300 mL?;4. How do the results for butane compare with those for propane? Does each gas obey Boyle's law?;5. What are the variables that Robert Boyle?s held constant during his experiments on gases?;6. In a real lab situation, when the volume available to a gas is decreased, the initial change(s) would be?

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