the completed volume-temperature graph.
the formula equation for Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law.
the equation for Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law in words.
12. In the
animated gas lab, the units of temperature are _________________. (Click
on Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law
if you need help.)
are the units of volume used in this lab?
what the volume in this lab would be if the temperature were 525 K.
what the volume in this lab would be if the temperature were 275 K.
Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law in your own words.
up two balloons to the same size, about 6 inches in diameter. Place
the opening of one balloon over the opening of each plastic bottle.
Make sure the air doesn't leak out and that both balloons still have
the same volume. Leave one bottle on the table and place the other in
the hot water bath. Use the clamp to hold the bottle in position, so
that it does not float. Describe what happens to the balloons.
18. How does
your experience with the balloons compare to the animated gas lab?
on Temperature Variation - ETR
and study the illustration. Which color and numbered area of the jet
engine has the lowest temperature?
color and numbered area of the engine has the highest temperature?
21. As air
moves through the engine from point 0 to point 4, what happens to the
temperature in the engine?
to the last question. According to Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law, what
should happen to the volume of air as it moves from point 0 to point
does the drawing indicate about the change in volume of air from point
0 to 4?
the air in the engine increases in temperature but the volume decreases,
some other property of the air must increase. Name this property.