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Describe Simple Experiments to Prove that Gases Occupy Space. - Chemistry

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Describe simple experiments to prove that gases occupy space.

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Solution

occupy space

Experiment:
‘A’ – A glass beaker or bowl is half-filled with water.
‘B’ – An empty glass tumbler [which of course contains air] is inverted a lowered inside it.
‘C’ – On tilting the tumbler, the air is displaced and bubbles are seen coming out.

Conclusion: Air or gases occupy space.

Concept: States of Matter - The Solid State
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