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SAN QUINTIN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

San Quintin, Pangasinan

SCIENCE 10

Activity No. 16
Marshmallow Fluff

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GROUP NO.: ______ SECTION: ______ TASK SIGNATURE SCORE REMARKS
LEADER:
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LEGEND: W – Writer R – Reporter M- Bring Materials S – Share Ideas P - Photographer

I. OBJECTIVE:
 Investigate the relationship between volume and pressure of gases at constant temperature.

II. MATERIALS:
 Marshmallows
 Syringe

III. PROCEDURE:
I. Place the mini marshmallows in a syringe. Push the plunger down just until it touches the top of the marshmallows.
Put your finger over the tip of the syringe to form a seal. Pull up the plunger.
Guide Questions:
1. What happens to the marshmallows? _____________________________________________________________
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2. What is being decreased inside the syringe? _______________________________________________________


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3. What is being increased? ______________________________________________________________________


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II. Take your finger off the tip. Pull the plunger to the top of the syringe, seal the tip with your finger again and push
the plunger down.
Guide Questions:
4. What happens to the marshmallows? ____________________________________________________________
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5. What is being decreased inside the syringe? _______________________________________________________


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6. What is being increased? _____________________________________________________________________


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III. Problem Solving: GRESA Method


1. The inflated balloon that slipped from the hand of RENN has a volume of 0.50 L at sea level (1.0 atm) and it reached a height
of approximately 8 km where the atmospheric pressure is approximately 0.33 atm. Assuming that the temperature is constant,
compute for the final volume of the balloon.
2. Oxygen gas inside a 1.5 L gas tank has a pressure of 0.95 atm. Provided that the temperature remains constant, how much
pressure is needed to reduce its volume by ½?
SAN QUINTIN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
San Quintin, Pangasinan

SCIENCE 10

Activity No. 16
Boyle’s Law

DATE:
GROUP NO.: ______ SECTION: ______ TASK SIGNATURE SCORE REMARKS
LEADER:
MEMBERS: (Alphabetically arranged)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
LEGEND: W – Writer R – Reporter M- Bring Materials S – Share Ideas P - Photographer

I. OBJECTIVE:
 Investigate the relationship between volume and pressure of gases at constant temperature.

II. MATERIALS:
 Balloons
 Air Pump

III. PROCEDURE:

1. Pump the four (4) balloons with different amount of gas.


Red Balloon: 20 times
Pink Balloon: 30 times
Yellow Balloon: 40 times
Purple Balloon: 50 times

A. Guide Questions

1. Which of the following balloons has the greatest amount of gas?


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2. Which of them has the least amount of volume of gas?


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B. Problem Solving: GRESA Method


1. The inflated balloon that slipped from the hand of RENN has a volume of 0.50 L at sea level (1.0 atm) and it
reached a height of approximately 8 km where the atmospheric pressure is approximately 0.33 atm. Assuming
that the temperature is constant, compute for the final volume of the balloon.
2. Oxygen gas inside a 1.5 L gas tank has a pressure of 0.95 atm. Provided that the temperature remains constant,
how much pressure is needed to reduce its volume by ½?