# Noble gas

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• ## The Ideal Gas Law, Boyle's Law

states that a substance can exist as. A gas does not maintain shape and volume. Gases expand to fit and fill the container. While a liquid maintains volume, but not shape and fits the shape of the container it is placed in. Solids can maintain both volume and shape. When a gas exerts force on the walls of a container, this is known as its pressure. Pressure varies based on temperature and volume. Many gas laws were used within this experiment, such as the Ideal Gas Law, Boyle’s Law, Charles’s…

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• ## Pressure Vs Volume Analysis Essay

shown in the figure below, compressibility increases linearly as pressure decreases from 2500psi to the bubble point. At the bubble point, as pressure decreases now the compressibility increases exponentially. The change in gradient occurs as there is gas present in the fluid. Fig XX.…

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• ## Kwong Equations

1873. The van der Waals EOS gives a simple, qualitatively accurate relation between pressure, temperature, and molar volume. P=RT/(V-b)-a/V^2 where a is “attraction” parameter, b is “repulsion” parameter, and R is universal gas constant. Comparing this equation with the ideal gas law,P= zRT/v, we see that the van der Waals equation offers two important improvements. The prediction of liquid behavior is more accurate because volume approaches a limiting value 'b' at high pressures i.e,…

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• ## Vapor Pressure Lab

The CEO of a large perfume factory needs to know the best way of safely transporting n-hexanol, which is used in manufacturing perfumes, to his factories. Therefore, the purpose of this experiment was to find the most beneficial way to transport an alcohol. Specifically, if transporting n-hexanol in hot or cold temperatures works best or if another alcohol should be used. A volatile liquid is a liquid that evaporates readily at room temperature or a liquid that has a measurable vapor pressure…

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• ## Molar Heat Of Fusion Of Ice Lab Report

Procedure: Before beginning each experiment, remove all clutter from the workstation and read the directions for the experiments thoroughly. Part 1: Warm slightly more than 300 mL of water to approximately 70 degrees Celsius. Measure out 150 mL of water into the coffee cup calorimeter. Take the temperature of this water in the coffee cup calorimeter once it has reached a steady temperature. Then, add an ice cube approximately the size of a large marshmallow. Stir the ice and water and measure…

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• ## Experiment Of The Marcet Boiler And Boyle's Law

quality. For the Marcet boiler experiment, it was found that the higher the system pressure, the higher the saturated temperature. For the Boyle’s law experiment, it was found that pressure is directly proportional to volume, despite using non-ideal gas for the experiment. 1 Introduction and Theory The aim of this lab demonstration is to get familiar with operating pressure systems in order to investigate…

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• ## Ultrasonic Interferometer Essay

Ultrasonic interferometer Working principle An ultrasonic interferometer is a simple and direct device to determine the ultrasonic velocity in liquids with a high degree of accuracy. An ultrasonic interferometer is used to determine the accurate ultrasonic velocity in liquids. The principle used in the measurement of velocity is based on the accurate determination of the wavelength in the medium. The principle of ultrasonic interferometer for the measurement of velocity is determination of the…

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• ## H2 Reaction Lab Report

This reaction involves very intricate and steps that are critical to understanding the concept of equilibrium as a whole. First, an important concept to understand when describing any reaction is the idea of collision probability. When we examine gas molecules in a 1 cm3 container, there can be billions of collisions per second between neighboring molecules, and even then, maybe only one of these collisions result in a reaction. If any one collision occurs, the only way they will react to form a…

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• ## Lab Report Photosynthesis

Introduction: Photosynthesis is the process used by plants, algae and some bacteria, to use the energy from the sunlight to transform carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen. The equation for photosynthesis is: carbon dioxide + water light energy glucose + oxygen. Chloroplasts are an organelle found in the leaves of green plants and are essential in photosynthesis as they are responsible for producing the glucose and storing the energy. Photosynthesis is vital for all life on…

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• ## Dry Ice Lab

When dry ice is put into water they start to reacting and boiling. That reaction is called sublimation. Sublimation is when something solid goes straight to gas skipping the liquid phase. So because the water is warm it heats up the dry ice which causes it to form a gas. The gas is carbon dioxide. The temperatures of everything are very strange. The water cannot be cold when trying the experiment because it will not heat up the dry ice and create carbon dioxide gasses but it will probably…

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