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Boyle's Law experiment
by Dam Erin Leaving Cert Physics — 15/06/16 5

Okay, just a simple quick question! In school we did the boyle's law experiment using a syringe and pressure gauge and such, not the boyle's law apparatus. My question is, in a test, if i put it down the way we did it, where we were varying the volume, would that suffice? Or must I use the boyle's law apparatus, which I haven't learned yet. Thanks for an answer!


5 Comments
laurahallissey — 05/06/16
i dont think its going to come up but your way will get marks too
JennoMC — 11/06/16
Holy shit you used a syringe? Might wanna get checked mate at the clinic like
michaels — 11/06/16
I'm going to start studying physics on wednesday
aimer — 15/06/16
That came up last year so I doubt it'll come up again as an Exp Q
Dam Erin — 15/06/16
Okay thanks people, was just wondering!
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