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- Large apparatus for demonstrating the inverse relationship between the pressure and volume of a gas at constant temperatures
- Colored fluid (not included) added to a reservoir will advance up or down the clear graduated column relative to the air pressure applied with a hand pump
- Pressure and volume are measured via a dual range gauge and graduated column mounted on the unit
- Pressure gauge, column, and reservoir are mounted on a sturdy powder-coated metal base. Also includes a hand pump, wrench, funnel, and instructions
- Large size is ideal for classroom viewing, and useful for a variety of physics and chemistry experiments
The Boyle's Law apparatus is an ideal instructional aid for studying the relationship between the pressure and volume of a gas held at a constant temperature. The sturdy construction of this closed system consists of a vertically standing graduated tube, pressure gauge, and fluid reservoir, all mounted on a powder-coated metal base. A colored fluid such as water or oil (not included) added to the reservoir will advance up or down the clear graduated column relative to the air pressure applied with the included hand pump. Pressure and volume are measured via a dual range gauge (0-50 p.s.i. and 0-3.5 Pa) and graduated column (marked 0-54 in 0.1 increments).
Includes Boyle's Law Apparatus, hand pump, 6.25" braided hose, wrench for tightening the reservoir, funnel, and instructions. Size of apparatus: 27"H with 9.8"x7" base.