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PREPARED BY:

NUR HAZIZI BIN AMIR HAMZAH


MOR WAHIDAH BINTI HASIM
• Shape and volume
• Compressibility
• Expansibility
• Diffusibility
• Low density
• Exertion of pressure
• Gases take the shape of the
container they are in.
• Gases do not posses any definite
shape or volume.
• They will completely fill all the space
available to them.
• The freedom that gas particles have
to move everywhere in the available
space
Materials needed:
• A few balloons
• Vinegar
• Baking soda
• Bottle
• Teaspoon
Pour some vinegar into
a narrow – neck bottle
until it is about a
quarter full
Using a funnel, fill a
balloon with half
teaspoon of baking
powder
Fit the balloon to the
neck of the bottle. Be
careful not to allow
baking powder to fall
into the bottle
Lift the balloon so that
the baking powder falls
into the bottle
Observe and explain what happens
EXPLANATION
• Neutralisation between vinegar and
baking soda will produce carbon dioxide
gas.
HC2H3O2(aq) + NaHCO3(aq) NaC2H3O2(aq) + H2O( )
+ CO2(g)
The gas produced causes the balloon to
expand.
• First, we know that a gas has no
definite volume or shape a gas will fill
whatever volume is available to it.