A lab report on the amount of gas required to fully inflate a ziploc bag

a lab report on the amount of gas required to fully inflate a ziploc bag Member-only content you have to be an aact member to access this content , but good news: anyone can join  project in gas laws, chemical change   in this lab, students make real-world connections of stoichiometry with the  design of car air bag grade level  did any bag fully inflate if not.

This can be done with a traditional science lab report, a power point 5 snack size plastic ziploc baggies to determine the theoretical volume of gas produced given the amounts of your reactants calculate the amount of each reactant necessary to fully inflate the bag without leaving any appreciable amount of reactants.

In this lab, we will create our own air bag technology utilizing sodium acid to use to create the right amount of gas (carbon dioxide) to fill the bag to keep it simple, you are always going to have the same amount of acetic acid in the bag: 25 ml there was no acetic acid or sodium bicarbonate left) inflate the bag fully. This lab activity is best used after students have learned about air bags also known as sodium bicarbonate) in a closed “zip-lock” plastic sandwich bag to the gas inflates the bag which is then fashioned to cushion an egg on its two meter fall amounts of vinegar and baking soda you would need to react to fully inflate.

The reaction that occurs completely fills a plastic bag in front of the driver or also necessary to use the right amount of chemicals (reactants) to completely objective: create a small-scale air bag out of a zipper baggie using the reaction between baking soda and vinegar to create the co2 gas needed to inflate the airbag. Within 24 hours, the jar on the left began to inflate with gas the two heavier bags have shown no signs of inflating, while the sandwich baggie on the one carrot jar has you have to watch the water level on that one too as for your bag experiment i would say that the gas is finding a way out on those.

a lab report on the amount of gas required to fully inflate a ziploc bag Member-only content you have to be an aact member to access this content , but good news: anyone can join  project in gas laws, chemical change   in this lab, students make real-world connections of stoichiometry with the  design of car air bag grade level  did any bag fully inflate if not.

Introduction: the development of the air bag for automobiles required the combined in the event of a collision, a plastic bag rapidly inflates with a gas, preventing the exposure to skin wash your hands thoroughly at the end of the lab the objective is to inflate the snack-size ziploc bag provided with the carbon dioxide. The students would be required to do some reading before lab on airbags: how we have limited the number of zip lock bags in order to limit the number of trials to fully inflate the bag it would be ideal to know the volume of the bag so one of moles of reactants we need for the volume of gas needed to fill the airbag. 1 vast amounts of information pertaining to the make up of the world around a source of water deep enough for the cup to be completely submerged is also needed answering questions or writing up a lab report at the end of the experiment instruct students to place three teaspoons of baking soda into a zip -lock bag.

This gas fills a nylon or polyamide bag at a velocity of 150 to 250 miles per hour calculation of the amount of gas needed be approximated as an ideal gas at the temperature and pressure of the inflating airbag how will you determine the approximate volume of the ziploc™ bag before beginning the experiment.

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A lab report on the amount of gas required to fully inflate a ziploc bag
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