During the blood drawing assessment in hospital, we see nurses first give a pucture on our arm, and then pulling the plunge out of syringe, finally we'll find blood move from our vessel to the chamber. What changes will happen to this process according to Boyle's Law? 


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Pressure in the chamber is larger than that in the vessel, which can draw blood into the chamber.
Air pressure within the syringe chamber increased, therefore blood will be drawn intosyringe to decreasethe vaccumvolume.

Pressure in the vessel is larger than that in the syringe, which canpump and push the blood into the chamber.

Air volume within syringeincreased, which will cause its pressure decreased and besmaller than that in the vessel.

Air pressure within chamber will decrease, not increse, because its volume increased after pulling out the syringe.

Pulling out the plunge will increase the volume of air in the vaccum chamber, which then causes decreased pressure of air according to Boyle's Law. When the pressure is smaller than that in the vessel, blood will be draw from the needle into the chamber, to make the volume within the chamber to get back to balance. 

it's not an application of Boyle's Law

it's not an application of Boyle's Law


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