Chm 204 Experiment 10 Enthalpy of Neutralization
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Section CC (11 AM)
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Numbers that are not overly small or large can be entered directly (for example, 0.00448). Numbers larger than 1000 or smaller than 0.001 should be entered as exponentials. Exponentials must be entered in the ONLY format recognized by Microscoft Excel. If your value has to be reentered for grading, you will receive a 1 pt penalty for each occurance.
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Did you use NaOH(aq) or KOH(aq)?
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NaOH(aq)
KOH(aq)
1. (1 pt) What is the exact volume of NaOH(aq) or KOH(aq) that you used?
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2. (2 pts) How many moles of NaOH or KOH were used?
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Did you use HCl(aq) or HNO3(aq)?
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HCl(aq)
HNO3(aq)
3. (1 pt) What is the exact volume of acid that you used?
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4. (2 pts) How many moles of acid were used?
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5. (1 pt) What was the limiting reagent?
The base (NaOH or KOH)
HX(aq) (the acid)
Equal moles of each were used.
6. (1 pt) Enter the initial temperature from graph.
Record temperature to the tenths place. Units for temperature can be written as oC.
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7. (2 pts) Enter the final temperature as calculated from the equation for the trendline and the appropriate time.
Record temperature to the tenths place. Units for temperature can be written as oC.
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8. (1 pt) What value for time did you use to calculate T(final) from the trendline equation?
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9. (1 pt) What is the mass of your combined solution?
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10. (2 pts) What is q(cal) that you calculated?
Significant figures and units! Specific heat given in lab manual.
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11. (1 pt) What is q(rxn)?
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12. (3 pts) What is deltaH for the reaction MOH(aq) + HX(aq) > H2O + MX(aq)?
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