C1.1.1.2 Determination of the Molar Mass of Gases

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Determination of the Molar Mass of Gases

At constant pressure and constant temperature, any gas occupies the same volume regardless of the type of atom or the composition. So if we know the volume, pressure and temperature, we can then determine the molar mass of gases. The measurement is conducted in experiment C1.1.1.2 with a glass sphere for weighing gases.

Components of experiment:

1 379 07 Sphere with 2 stopcocks, glass, 1 l
1 OHSPU123 Electronic precision balance SPU123
1 667 072 Support ring for round flask, 250 ml, cork
1 375 58 Hand vacuum pump
1 665 913 Gas syringe, 100 ml with 1-way stopcock
1 667 197 Silicone tubing, 4 mm diam., 1 m
1 604 434 Silicone tubing, 8 mm diam., 1 m
2 604 510 Tubing connector, 4…15 mm
1 667 186 Vacuum rubber tubing, 8 mm diam.
1 604 491 Vacuum tubes, 6 mm diam.
1 660 998 Minican pressurised gas canister, oxygen
1 661 000 Minican pressurised gas canister, nitrogen
2 660 980 Fine regulating valve for minican gas canisters
1 661 082 Stopcock grease, 60 g

Instructions for use please click here:

Additional information

Weight 15 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 24 × 20 in
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