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Elasticity of Gases Apparatus

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Students place one book at a time on the top block to increase the pressure of air in a calibrated syringe and measure the new volume each time. Plotting volume as a function of pressure illustrates Boyle's Law. To study Charles' Law, students submerge the air-tight syringe in water and measure the air's volume at different water temperatures. A plot of volume against temperature illustrates Charles' Law. The lesson concludes by deriving the Ideal Gas Law from Boyle's and Charles' Laws. Instructions included. 


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