K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2018PP1QN18
(a) State two quantities that must be kept constant in order to verify Boyle’s law.
(b) An air bubble at the bottom of a beaker full of water becomes larger as it rises to the surface. State the reason why;
(i) the bubble rises to the surface,
(ii) It becomes larger as it rises.
(c) State two assumptions made in explaining the gas laws using the kinetic theory of gases.
(d) Figure 11 shows an incomplete experimental set up that was prepared by a student to verify one of the gas laws.
(i) State with a reason which one of the laws may be verified using the set up.
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