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Relationship in Gases

Gases are made up of molecules that are in constant motion and exert pressure when they collide

with the walls of their container. The velocity and the number of collisions of these molecules is

affected when the temperature of the gas increases or decreases. In this experiment, you will study

the relationship between the temperature of a gas sample and the pressure it exerts. Using a online

simulation (screen shown in Figure 1) from the University of Colorado: PHET Simulation - Gas

Properties The volume of the gas sample and the number of molecules it contains will be kept

constant. Pressure and temperature data pairs will be collected during the experiment and then

analyzed. From the data and graph, you will determine what kind of mathematical relationship

exists between the pressure and absolute temperature of a confined gas. You will also do the

extension exercise and use your data to find a value for absolute zero on the Celsius temperature

scale.

OBJECTIVES

In this experiment, you will

Study the relationship between the temperature of a gas sample and the pressure it exerts.

Determine from the data and graph, the mathematical relationship between the pressure and

absolute temperature of a confined gas.

Find a value for absolute zero on the Celsius temperature scale.

Figure 1

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MATERIALS

computer

LoggerPro

PhETSimulationGasProperties

PROCEDURE

1. Start up your browser and go to PHET Simulation - Gas Properties. Click on the Run

Now button and after the simulation starts, select Volume for the Constant Parameter.

2. We will generate data for both a heavy species and light species of gas molecules. Select

heavy species to start with.

3. Pump approximately 1 atm of pressure into the container.

4. Record the Temperature in Kelvin (K) and Pressure in Atmospheres (Atm) in the data table.

Calculate the Celcius (oC) Temperature by subtracting 273 from the Kelvin Temperature.

5. Add heat to the container, raising the Temperature by about 100 K. Record the new

temperatures and pressure.

6. Repeat the process until you have a total of 5 data values.

7. Reset the simulation and select light species. Repeat steps 3 6.

Heavy Species

T (oC)

T (K)

Light Species

P (Atm)

T (oC)

T (K)

P (Atm)

8. Start Logger Pro and open the data file Pressure_vs_Temperature. This file may be

downloaded and extracted from:

http://www3.northern.edu/dolejsi/nsu_labs/Pressure_vs_Temperature_PhET.zip

9. Enter the Heavy Species Kelvin Temperatures and Pressures in Data Set 1. Enter the Light

Species Kelvin Temperatures and Pressures in Data Set 2.

10. Decide if your graph of pressure vs. temperature (K) represents a direct or inverse

relationship (do this for both data sets):

a.

Click the Curve Fit button, .

b.

Choose your mathematical relationship from the list at the lower left. If you think the

relationship is a direct proportion (or direct), use Proportional. If you think the relationship

represents a power, use Power. Click

.

again. When the curve has a good fit with

the data points, then click

.

11. Paste a copy of the graph of pressure vs. temperature (K) below. The fit lines should still be

displayed on the graph.

PressurevsTemperature(Kelvin)forHeavySpeciesandLightSpeciesgasmolecules:

1. In order to perform this experiment, what two experimental factors were kept constant?

The two experiment factors that were kept constant were

.

choose an item

choose an item

and

2. Based on the data and graph that you obtained for this experiment, express in words the

relationship between gas pressure and temperature.

The gas pressure is

choose an item

3. Explain this relationship using the concepts of the kinetic theory of gases.

The pressure is proportional to the number of molecules per unit volume and to the average

translational kinetic energy of the molecule. The Kelvin Temperature is a measure of

.

choose an item

4.Writeanequationtoexpresstherelationshipbetweenpressureandtemperature(K).Usethe

symbolsP,T,andA.

Choose an item

6. According to this experiment, what should happen to the pressure of a gas if the Kelvin

temperature is doubled?

If the Kelvin temperature is double, the pressure of a gas should

choose an item

7. According to this experiment, what changes about the graph if the mass of the species is

changed?

Click here to enter answer.

absolute

zero

EXTENSION

Pressure

The data that you have collected can also be used to determine the value for

absolute zero on the Celsius temperature scale. Instead of plotting pressure versus Kelvin

temperature like we did above, this time you will plot Celsius temperature on the y-axis and

pressure on the x-axis. Since absolute zero is the temperature at which the pressure theoretically

becomes equal to zero, the temperature where the regression line (the extension of the temperaturepressure curve) intercepts the y-axis should be the Celsius temperature value for absolute zero. You

can use the data you collected in this experiment to determine a value for absolute zero.

1. Go to Page 2 in Logger Pro.

2. Enter the Pressure and Celcius Temperature for the Heavy Species Data Set.

3. Click the Linear Fit button, . A best-fit linear curve will be shown for the four data points. The

equation for the regression line will be displayed in a box on the graph, in the form y = mx + b.

The numerical value for b is the y-intercept and represents the Celsius value for absolute zero.

4. Paste the graph of temperature (C) vs. pressure, with the linear fit line and its statistics still

displayed below. Use Text Annotation from the Insert menu, to clearly label the position and

value of absolute zero on the graph.

5. Compare your measured value of absolute zero with the known value of 273 oC by computing

the percent error.

% error = Click here to enter %.

CONCLUSION

After group discussion, write a conclusion summarizing the results of this experiment.

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