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Chem S2 Unit 1 Lab

CAVA s2d06 Unit 1 Lab

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The fact that pressure times volume is a constant is now knows as [-'s] law. The fact that pressure times volume is a constant is now knows as Boyle's law.
Mathematically, [-'s] law can be stated as: PV = k Mathematically, Boyle's law can be stated as: PV = k
The fact that pressure divided by temperature is a constant is now known as [-'s] law. The fact that pressure divided by temperature is a constant is now known as Gay-Lussac's law.
Mathematically, [-'s] law can be stated as: P/T = k Mathematically, Gay-Lussac's law can be stated as: P/T = k
The fact that volume divided by temperature is a constant is now known as [-'s] law. The fact that volume divided by temperature is a constant is now known as Charles's law.
Mathematically, [-'s] law can be stated as: V/T = k Mathematically, Charles's law can be stated as: V/T = k
All three gas laws involve 2 of the following: [...], [...], [...] All three gas laws involve 2 of the following: pressure, volume, temperature
When the gas laws are solved for k, only [-'s] law is NOT a fraction. When the gas laws are solved for k, only Boyle's law is not a fraction.
Boyle's law is the only [...] relationship of the three gas laws. Boyle's law is the only inverse relationship of the three gas laws.
The answers to most lab questions are given away in the [...]; often in bold text. The answers to most lab questions are given away in the walkthrough; often in bold text.
Created by: mr.shapard