For this section of the lesson students have time to continue to think about Charles' Law by performing an experiment. I introduce the experiment to students on the last slide of the PowerPoint. The experiment is found on the second part of the Activities paper. 1.

A sealed capillary tube with calibrated scale in cm and mm. Capillary tube, sealed at one end, designed for Charles' Law experiments. Tube dimensions: Total Length 400mm, O.D 6mm, Bore 1mm. Gradua ...

Experimental procedure for demonstrating Charles' law. Novel Optimization Model and Efficient Solution Method for Integrating Dynamic Optimization with Process Operations of Continuous Manufacturing Processes

This simple experiment verifies Charles's law, that in a gas under constant pressure, the volume is proportional to the absolute temperature. A balloon is attached above a small weight at the bottom of a receptacle filled with cold water. As the receptacle is heated, the balloon inflates and its buoyancy can lift the attached weight.

Charles’ Law Example: Using the example of the sealed cylinder above, the volume of gas at the start is recorded as 30 cm 3 with a temperature of 30°C. The cylinder is heated further till the thermometer records 60°C. What is the volume of gas? Solution: We know. V/T = constant. therefore, V 1 /T 1 = V 2 /T 2. V1 = 30 cm 3