10. Convert both of your answers into standard notation. The number of atoms in a sample of matter is (obviously) very large. There are molecules in 18.0 g H20. Use dimensional analysis to perform the following calculations 12. Calculate the number of molecules in 2.4 g H2O. 6.022 X 1023 I8.0g H20 13. Convert your answer into standard notation 40c00000000000000ogag molec 14. Calculate the mass in grams of one molecule of H10. Hint: your given for this dimensional analysis problem is simply 1 molecule H20 looting for grams of t ma mdle 24 raMs Part C: Graphical analysis of pressure vs, volume and pressure vs. temperature Instructions for obtaining pressure volume relationship graph. 13 lo 2. Connect the pressure to the Labquest and turn the lab quest on or select "New if it's 12 3. Attach the syringe directly to the nozzle on the pressure sensor. Twist gently and ensure 4 The Labquest should display the pressure in the syringe, typically 92-97 kPa if everyth Begin by adjusting the volume of the syringe so that the tip of the black part of the plunger is lined up exactly on 10.0 mL. Failing to do this first step can damage the sensor, so please remember to do this every time you connect the syringe. 1. already on. Choose "Discard' if prompted that there is a snug seal.

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On 12 and 13 I got a negative scientific on one and a positive on the other. Did I make a mistake typing it into my calculator?

10. Convert both of your answers into standard notation.
The number of atoms in a sample of matter is (obviously) very large. There are
molecules in 18.0 g H20. Use dimensional analysis to perform the following calculations
12. Calculate the number of molecules in 2.4 g H2O.
6.022 X 1023
I8.0g H20
13. Convert your answer into standard notation
40c00000000000000ogag molec
14. Calculate the mass in grams of one molecule of H10. Hint: your given for this dimensional
analysis problem is simply 1 molecule H20 looting for grams of t ma
mdle
24
raMs
Part C: Graphical analysis of pressure vs, volume and pressure vs. temperature
Instructions for obtaining pressure volume relationship graph.
13
lo
2. Connect the pressure to the Labquest and turn the lab quest on or select "New if it's 12
3. Attach the syringe directly to the nozzle on the pressure sensor. Twist gently and ensure
4 The Labquest should display the pressure in the syringe, typically 92-97 kPa if everyth
Begin by adjusting the volume of the syringe so that the tip of the black part of the
plunger is lined up exactly on 10.0 mL. Failing to do this first step can damage the
sensor, so please remember to do this every time you connect the syringe.
1.
already on. Choose "Discard' if prompted
that there is a snug seal.

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10. Convert both of your answers into standard notation. The number of atoms in a sample of matter is (obviously) very large. There are molecules in 18.0 g H20. Use dimensional analysis to perform the following calculations 12. Calculate the number of molecules in 2.4 g H2O. 6.022 X 1023 I8.0g H20 13. Convert your answer into standard notation 40c00000000000000ogag molec 14. Calculate the mass in grams of one molecule of H10. Hint: your given for this dimensional analysis problem is simply 1 molecule H20 looting for grams of t ma mdle 24 raMs Part C: Graphical analysis of pressure vs, volume and pressure vs. temperature Instructions for obtaining pressure volume relationship graph. 13 lo 2. Connect the pressure to the Labquest and turn the lab quest on or select "New if it's 12 3. Attach the syringe directly to the nozzle on the pressure sensor. Twist gently and ensure 4 The Labquest should display the pressure in the syringe, typically 92-97 kPa if everyth Begin by adjusting the volume of the syringe so that the tip of the black part of the plunger is lined up exactly on 10.0 mL. Failing to do this first step can damage the sensor, so please remember to do this every time you connect the syringe. 1. already on. Choose "Discard' if prompted that there is a snug seal.

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