What are Alternative Fuels? -- Gas Laws in Action/Propane Investigation
Students identify the physical properties of propane by applying the gas laws to them. They compare and contrast Charles's and Boyle's gas laws and complete problems using them. They discuss their answers to end the lesson.
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