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General Chemistry

by: Tierra Ernser

General Chemistry CHEM 1310

Tierra Ernser

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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tierra Ernser on Monday November 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 1310 at Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus taught by Bottomley in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see /class/234318/chem-1310-georgia-institute-of-technology-main-campus in Chemistry at Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus.


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Date Created: 11/02/15
DISCUSSION CONCLUSION This experiment has been divided into three parts 1 Determination of Freezing Point of Water 2 Determination of Freezing Point of Unknown Solution 3 Determination of the Validity of the Van39t Hoff correction factor Part 1 The most important part ofthis experiment is making an ice bath 200 ml of tap water and 1 cup of salt are added in a 600 ml beaker The solution is stirred until the salt is dissolved One has to fill the remaining of the beaker with lots ofice The ring stand and utility stand are set up so that they hold the test tube A CBLZTI must be obtained and this should be connected to the temperature probe10 ml of distilled water is poured in a 25 X 200 mm test tube and the temperature probe is placed in it The correct program must be selected and start must be pressed One must collect data for 450 seconds with 15 seconds as intervals The data must be recorded By using the data one can find the freezing point of water Part 2 In this part ofthe experiment one has to add 10 ml of distilled water in a test tube and record the mass to 0001 gm About 05 gm of the unknown salt must be taken and dissolved in the 10 ml of distilled water The same procedure is done like the previous part except that the unknown solution is in place of distilled water Part 3 One has to take some amount of magnesium chloride and add it to 10 ml of water so that the freezing point ofwater will be lowered by 2 Types of Chemical Reactions Excel Template Sample Can be Handwritten or better to use Microsoft Equation Editor Trial 1 Chem1310 Laboratory C 20032007 Tatsuya Maehigashi Excel Template Types of Chemical Reactions 9 Seriesl O Seriesl 7 Linear Seriesl O Seriesl 7 Linear Seriesl 7 Linear Seriesl 7 Linear Seriesl 7 Linear Seriesl 7 Linear Seriesl 7 Linear Seriesl C 20032007 Tatsuya Maehigashi Chem 131 0 Laboratory


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