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360Science™: Relationships Between Gas Variables

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Students follow a detailed procedure to observe either a) that there is an inverse relationship between the pressure a gas exerts and the volume of the container in which it is held; or b) that there is a direct relationship between the temperature of a gas and the volume it expands to fill. Students share data if time does not allow them to complete the entire procedure.

Concepts

  • Gases
  • Properties of gases
  • Boyle’s law
  • Charles’s law
  • Inverse and direct relationships
  • Pressure