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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Moses O'Conner on Friday October 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CHE 1101 at Appalachian State University taught by Jennifer Perry in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 495 views. For similar materials see /class/217702/che-1101-appalachian-state-university in Chemistry at Appalachian State University.

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Date Created: 10/02/15
Name Section Instructor HOLLADAY Date Performed Calorimetry Lab Report 1 A conclusion for the calorimetry experiment An example conclusion statement from the Ni lab is given in page Xii of the lab manual Metal Unknown Number Data Table Include Units Trial 1 Trial 2 mass of metal mum mass of empty coffee cups mass of cups water mass of water in cups mw temperature of boiling water T W Initial temperature of water in cup T i max temp after metal was added T max ATW qw AT met Q met speci c heat of metal average speci c heat of metal LA 4 UI ON 1 00 O Show the calculation to obtain n1W for trial 2 Show the calculation to obtain ATW for trial 2 Show the calculation to obtain qW for trial 2 Show how you obtained qmet for trial 2 Show the calculation to obtain ATmet for trial 2 Show the calculation to obtain the speci c heat of your unknown in trial 2 Show the calculation to report the average of your speci c heat the correct answer 10 Answer the following questions by km 1 Give the correct chemical formulas for the following sodium thiocyanide copper II sulfate calcium sul de pentahydrate NaSCN 2CuSO4 CaS3 NaCN CuSO4 HzO C83 NiSN CuSO4 2HZO Ca3S NaCs CuSO43H20 3Ca NsCN CuSO45H20 CaS 2 Determine the correct chemical names of the Fe3PO42 SrOH2 H2804 aq 3 The following data were collected by a student performing the calorimetry experiment From these data determine the specific heat of the metal Show all work to receive full credit mass of metal mmet 47582 g mass ofwater in cup mW 65361 g temp ofboiling water TbW 979 0C initial temp of water in cup Ti 2475 0C maximum temp after metal was added Tmax 3014 0C 0456Jg39 C 0456Jg39OC 456 Jg39OC 456 Jg39OC 046 Jg39OC 4 Instead of placing the test tube full of metal into a beaker of boiling water you used a beaker ofboiling salt water whose boiling point is higher than water How would this specifically affect the calculated specific heat of the metal No Difference Increase Decrease I Can t tell


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