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**Aim:**

To analyze second hand data

to see if boyle’s law and charles’ law hold true for

hydrogen and carbon

dioxide under certain conditions

therefore we are looking to see if the pressure and

volume of these gasses is

inversely

proportional at a fixed temperature and if the mass of

these

gasses increases and decreases by the same amount as its

temperature on the

kelvin scale

the mathematical relationship for boyle’s law is p1 v1 =

p2 v2

the mathematical relationship for charles’ law is v1 / t1

= v2 / t2

the pressure of hydrogen gas does increase proportionally

with volume therefore

following boyle’s law

the volume of hydrogen increased proportionally with

temperature therefore

following charles’ law

the gas laws apply better to hydrogen

i suggest this because the results for hydrogen increased

in a more regular manner than those of carbon dioxide.

To analyze second hand data

to see if boyle’s law and charles’ law hold true for

hydrogen and carbon

dioxide under certain conditions

therefore we are looking to see if the pressure and

volume of these gasses is

inversely

proportional at a fixed temperature and if the mass of

these

gasses increases and decreases by the same amount as its

temperature on the

kelvin scale

the mathematical relationship for boyle’s law is p1 v1 =

p2 v2

the mathematical relationship for charles’ law is v1 / t1

= v2 / t2

the pressure of hydrogen gas does increase proportionally

with volume therefore

following boyle’s law

the volume of hydrogen increased proportionally with

temperature therefore

following charles’ law

the gas laws apply better to hydrogen

i suggest this because the results for hydrogen increased

in a more regular manner than those of carbon dioxide.

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