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# Gas Law

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Gas law?

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Gas behave differently from the other states of matter which are solid and liquid. In solid, the molecules relative are almost constant. But in a gas, the molecules can move around and can interact with each other by different method. So we have different method on treating gases in certain condition. In this law, we want to measure the three different variables : Pressure Volume Temperature

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To see the relationship between these three variables, we have the three different law which are : a. Boyles Law b. Charles Law c. Pressure Law

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Boyles Law
Boyles Law shows the relationship between the pressure and volume of an ideal gas before and after of those quantities changes at a constant temperature. The reducing volume of the gas container, the higher the collision between the gas molecule and therefore will gives higher pressure. In the mathematician equation is : PfVf = PiVi
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Charless Law
Charless Law show the relationship between the volume and temperature at a constant pressure. The temperature of the gases increases cause the volume of the container to increase. This is due to the increasing in kinetic energy cause the walls container to increase. In the mathematician equation is : Vf = Vi TfFreeTi Template from 66
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Pressure Law
Pressure Law state the relationship between temperature and pressure at a constant volume. When the temperature is increase, the kinetic energy also increase and therefore the pressure between the molecule of gas and walls of the container will exert a high pressure.
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Experiment 1

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pressure sensor

balloon

temperature sensor
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What do you think will happen when, i. The temperature is increased? ii. The pressure is increased?

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Empower Experiment 2

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What do you think will happen when, i. The volume is increased? ii. The volume is decreased?

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Result
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The graph of the temperature against Free Template from pressure (Charless Law)
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Result

## The graph of the pressure against volume (Boyles Law)

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Discussion
Experiment 1 : i. Based on the graph, what can you relate the relationship between the temperature against pressure? ii. What happen when the temperature is increased? iii. Will the shape of the balloon will changed by changing the teperature?
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Discussion
Experiment 2 : i. Based on the graph, what are the relationship between the volume of the syringe with the pressure? ii. Can you explained?

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Boyles law
http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/k-12/airplane/aboyle.html

Charless Law
http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/k-12/airplane/glussac.html

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When you open the tin, you will hear the hissing sound. Why did this happen?

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