Posted by **POPCORN** on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 12:17pm.

IN THIS EXPERIMENT YOU FILL A PREFROM WITH WATER AND PUT A DRINKING STRAW INTO THE PREFROM AND USE CLAY TO SEAL THE OPENING.

It is important to recall that when you first tried it, you were unable to drink, but a small amount of water entered the straw. When the water goes into the straw, what happens to the volume of water in the sealed bottle? How is this related to the properties (P,V) of the gas above the water?

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- Maths - A drinking straw of length 21cm is cut into 3 pieces the length of the ...
- Physics - A Blowhard Tests of lung capacity show that adults are able to exhale ...
- AP Chem - i always get the error analysis section of my lab wrong so i need a ...
- science - Hi. I am conducting a science experiment to present to a class. ...
- Maths - Plastic drinking straws are manufactured to fit into drinks cartons ...
- Physics - Suppose you have a very long straw that can reach from a cup of water ...
- Physics - Suppose you have a very long straw that can reach from a cup of water ...
- math - a drinking straw of length 21 cm is cut into 3 pieces. the first length ...
- art - My internet is down for my computer and I can only use data. I can't go ...
- college - In warm climates, drinking water is often cooled by evaporating water ...

More Related Questions