It supplements both the Procedure section and the Analysis section.
Everyone is expected to read the assigned experiment before coming to lab.
Percent difference is used when comparing two results from different experimental methods.
The average of the two measurement is probably closer to the actual value than either measurement. As a rule of thumb, ±3% error is considered reasonable for experimental results.
Because the ideal gas was in a closed container, its volume remained constant.
The objective of the experiment is to test whether the ideal equation of state holds.You may need to recreate a wiring diagram or draw the apparatus in order to refer to it later during discussion.Include title, labeled axes, smooth lines through experimental data points, and slope calculations.However, don't always expect to get accuracy this good.In some experiments an 80% error might be reasonable because of component tolerances.Both of these transducers produced voltage signals (in Volts) that were calibrated to the pressure (k Pa) and temperature (K) of the air (the atmospheric pressure for where the experiment occurred is assumed to be 13.6 psia).In addition, the theoretical temperature (K) of air was calculated as a function of the measured pressured values (k Pa).Do not include relatively trivial things like turning on a switch.On the other hand, you should include descriptions of how you determine things that are necessary to the anticipated results. Mention the particular pitfalls in data taking that you discovered and managed to maneuver around.This should include what you were trying to measure (or do) and then whether your measurement (or tinkering) managed to agree with the expectations.Describe briefly how you carried out the experiment.