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Date Created: 02/14/16
Succinic Acid Calculation (Unknown) Ambient Temperature:  T=23C = 296.15 K ­1 ­1 Ideal Gas Constant = 8.31447 J K  mol Combustion of the Unknown Total heat released by burning both the unknown and fuse wire: Temperature change (measured) T  = 1.52 K unknown Heat Capacity of Calorimeter C cal2.350  10  J K ­1 Total heat evolved qtot C cal unknown= 3.57  10  J Heat released by burning fuse wire: Initial length of the wire (measured) lini 10.0 cm Remaining wire length (measured) lleft4.3 cm Length of wire burned lburned= lini Ileft5.7 cm Heat released by burning fuse wire q = 2.3 cal cm  = 962.964 J m ­1 Heat released by burning l burnedwire qwire= lburned = 54.889 J O Heat evolved from combustion of SA alone: q unknown= qtot q wire= 3.517  10  J HO OH Heat of combustion of the unknown Mass of SA pellet m unknown= 0.2760 g O ­1 Molecular mass of SA M unknown= 118.09 g mol Amount of SA n  = m  / M  = 2.337  10  mol unknown unknown unknown Heat of combustion of SA: at constant volume, this is the change in internal energy U 6  c unknown= ­qunknown/ nunknown= ­1.505  10  J This particular unknown is Succinic Acid (C H O ) 4 6 4 Succinic Acid combustion reaction: C 4 O6(s4 + 3.5 O (g)2 4 CO (g) + 2 H O(l) 2 Net amount of gas produced/consumed   gas – 3.5 = 0.5   gas= 1.231  10 3 Change in enthalpy  H  =  U  +   RT = ­1.506  10  J mol 6 ­1 c unknown c unknown gas Thus , Δ H c Succinic Acidrom the experiment is Δ H c Succinic Acid 1.506 × 10  J mol ­1 Experimental Error: Δ H  from the literature  c Succinic Acid

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