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# I have all of the info filled out, this is a lab. Could someone graph the...

I have all of the info filled out, this is a lab. Could someone graph the analysis and answer the questions below please!!!!

Boyle’s Law

 Trial Pressure (atm) Length (nm) 1 0.76 9 2 0.83 8 3 0.94 7 4 1.12 6.5 5 1.25 6 6 1.38 5.5 7 1.58 5 8 1.68 4 9 1.92 3.5 10 2.15 3

Charles’ Law

 Trial Temperature (K) Length (nm) 1 57 8.6 2 46 7.2 3 37 6.2 4 35 5.7 5 33 5 6 28 4.3 7 21 3.6 8 19 2.8 9 14 1.8 10 8 1

Gay-Lussac’s Law

 Trial Pressure (atm) Temperature (K) 1 0.85 200 2 1.10 326 3 1.22 393 4 1.39 415 5 1.52 480 6 1.69 512 7 1.81 538 8 2.10 590 9 2.19 638 10 2.31 694

Analysis

1. For each table, construct a graph. As mentioned in the Purpose, the three laws that have been explored eventually were combined into the ideal gas law. So, in constructing your graphs, you want to plot the variables in such a way that you get an increasing, linear relationship. HINT: it might not always be the case that the data will be plotted as is. Remember that the variable you manipulated should be on the horizontal axis and the variable that resulted from that manipulation should be on the vertical. This could be a good exercise using Excel, since you can easily generate, say, reciprocals of data values quickly and create new graphs.

Questions

1. Based on your graph, would you expect that a statement of Boyle’s Law would be a relationship between pressure and volume or pressure and the inverse of the volume? Explain based on your graph and observations you made during data taking.

2. Based on your graph, would you expect that a statement of Charles’ Law would be a relationship between volume and temperature or volume and the inverse of the temperature? Explain based on your graph and observations you made during data taking.

3. Based on your graph, would you expect that a statement of Gay-Lussac’s Law would be a relationship between pressure and temperature or pressure and the inverse of the temperature? Explain based on your graph and observations you made during data taking.

1.

Boyle’s Law would be a relationship between pressure and inverse of the volume, as the trendline is linear between the pressure and inverse of the volume

2.

Charles’ Law would be a relationship between volume and temperature, as the trendline is linear between them

3.

Gay-Lussac’s Law would be a relationship between pressure and temperature as the trendline is linear between them.

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