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Graphing the Gas Laws Homework

Directions:

For the three sets of data given in the tables below, graph the data (with graph title, labeled axes with units also, and a best fit-line — you don’t need to connect the dots) on three separate graphs. Identify each graph as representing Boyle’s Law, Charles’ Law, or the Amonton’s Law. Explain your choices with a few sentences for each, i.e. provide the correlation between the two types of measurement (like pressure increases as number of moles increases, etc.).

Fill in the “Blank” with pressure, volume, temperature, number of moles, or the ideal gas constant, based on the units given in parentheses.

Gas Law Data #1:

Blank (K)

2.2

201.1

6.7

203.3

5.2

202.6

1.0

200.5

16.0

232.2

13.4

226.4

10.2

205.0

4.9

202.5

1.4

200.7

0.0

200.1

Gas Law Data #2:

Blank (L)

345.1

5.0

354.0

14.0

342.5

2.5

364.0

23.9

353.3

13.4

345.6

5.6

344.4

4.5

352.6

12.7

351.2

11.1

341.2

1.3

Gas Law Data #3:

Blank (atm)

1.9

9.1

0.5

15.1

0.0

20.0

4.3

8.0

5.5

3.6

9.6

1.5

12.7

0.8

4.9

7.1

1.7

13.2

8.3

3.2

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