Then, reweigh the cylinder to the nearest milligram. Calculate the density of the water then compare the measured density of the water with the value from the handbook for the temperature of this lab experiment. Now grab an unknown liquid and record the ID number and determine and verify the density of the unknown liquid. The same method is to be used as described for water. III.
Table 1.A was constructed in order to represent the resultant amounts of NaOH that were used and their respective time that they were added, as well as the amounts of sample and acetone that were mixed, and Calculations 1.A shows the calculations used to find the concentrations of HCl at different times, which is needed for the calculation of the rate constant. Graph 1.A represents the plot of kinetic data from the recorded results seen in this experiment, and this graph also includes the calculated slope, which is used
2. Mix a combination of the NaClO and the thiosulfate solution equal to 50 ml in a Styrofoam cup, stir with thermometer, and record temperature in the data table. Dispose of solutions and rinse cup well. Continue taking data until you have enough data to record and make a thorough graph. 3.
Vapor Pressure of Water vs. Temperature Use your observations from the pressure vs. temperature lab to answer the following questions: 1. What happened to the height of the water according to your lab investigation? I should see the terms vapor pressure and temperature properly used. 2.
The error was how fast the person was spinning the water. It could have changed the temperature of the water easily, by how much calcium chloride was dissolved. Another error was how much calcium chloride was added, it told us to add one scoop, instead of a more accurate measurement, for example, one tablespoon. The scoop could have been not filled all the way, or filled too much. To improve this experiment, we could have had accurate measurements and spinning every 10 seconds.
Since the product I am investigating is in gaseous state, I will also have to use the formula: pV = nRT in which p is pressure (Pa), V is volume (m3), n is molar quantity (mol), T is temperature (K) and R is the gas constant which is 8.314 J/kmol. Research question: What is the molar mass of SO2 and does it depend on the volume of HCl used in the reaction? My hypothesis is that the molar mass of SO2 [ M(SO2) ] will be around 60-70 g/mol based on my previously gained knowledge of the molar masses of Sulphur (~32Da) and Oxygen (~16Da) which I got from the periodic table of elements. Also I believe that it will not depend on any other factor because molar mass is a constant property of a substance or element and does not
Written by Elijah Batchelder Reaction Order and Rate Laws 03.24.2017 Lab Partner: Jackson Mendenhall Lab Instructor: Nicole Capps Introduction In the following lab experiment, reactions will be induced in order to experimentally determine both the rate laws and the reaction orders of hydrochloric acid and sodium thiosulfate in the synthesis of the two solutions. A rate law is an equation which can tell you how fast a reaction will take place, dependent on the concentrations of each solution involved. A reaction order, usually described as either zeroth, first, or second order, gives the magnitude of variance when the concentration of a solution changes. This lab will cultivate a deeper understanding of these concepts, as well
Explain how the molarity of the standard solution (the alkali) was calculated in the experiment (equation explained)- 0.1M of NaOH is required, this equation will be used: Concentration = moles volume This will be rearranged to find the moles needed to carry out the experiment. The concentration of the experiment using NaOH is 0.1M so we just need to rearrange the equation to find the molarity. 0.1 x 0.250 = 0.0250 moles Number of moles = mass RFM 0.0250 = mass 40 0.0250 x 40 + 1g (mass) Explain how this enabled you to accurately calculate the molarity of each acid used in the titrations (equations explained)- Molarity of the acid = molarity of the alkali x volume of the alkali volume of acid Firstly we will need to add up all of the volumes found within the titration to find an average: 13.10+13.20+13.10= 13.13 Molarity of Ethanoic acid = 0.1 x 25.00 = 0.190 mol dm-3 13.13 Molarity of Hydrochloric acid = 1.0 x 25.00 = 0.077 mol dm-3 32.53
The purpose of this lab is to observe the reaction between hydrochloric acid and magnesium metal. When the substances are reacted over water, the products produced are a salt in aqueous solution and a gas. While the salt remains in the water as part of a solution, the gas produced will float to the top. Though water vapor pressure will affect the pressure of the gas in the eudiometer, it is possible to apply Dalton’s law of partial pursues to find the dry pressure of the gas. When the dry pressure is determined, the volume of the gas at STP can then be determined and what the experimental volume of one mole of the gas would be at STP.
First, TT = .65 + 1.06 D (.57 kms round trip) = 1.2542 minutes. Secondly, T = TT + HT + WT. Then, we apply those numbers with the next formula, which is: T = 1.2542 minutes + 5 minutes + 2 minutes = 8.2542 minutes. Then we would look at the tanker delivery rate (TDR) formula: TDR = C (1248.9 IGPM) divided by T (8.2542 minutes) = 151.30 IGPM. If we divided 625 IGPM Delivery Rate by 151.30 IGPM Tanker Delivery Rate (TDR) = 4.1308 tankers would be necessary for the Aurora Fire Department to use the pond.