Subject: Why do pressures have to be equal in water displacement methods?
Date: Mon Apr 17 01:42:39 2000
Posted by Kelly
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In lab methods using water displacement, the pressure inside the graduated
cyliner (where the grad cylinder is used to collect a gas) has to be the
same as the pressure outside the grad cylinder. Why is this? What happens
if the pressures are different?
Re: Why do pressures have to be equal in water displacement methods?
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