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Unformatted text preview: Rate Law for the Reaction of Iodide and Bromate Ions 2/18/08 Name: Ron Walters Partner(s): John Alderman TA: Chad Teters Section 11 Monday 12-3 Abstract- The purpose of this experiment was to figure out the rate law for a certain reaction involving Iodine and Bromate Ions. By mixing together chemicals of different concentrations and using starch to figure out when the reaction was finished, we were able to obtain a constant for each different reaction. This constant, K, was found by keeping two of the chemicals constant and having one change. Our Value that we found for K was roughly around 2.5, which seems to be pretty far off from what it should be. For X, Y, and Z we found them to be 1, 1, and 2, respectively. Theory- In order to find our K values and X, Y and Z, we had to know what the concentrations of each chemical we were using were. For instance, when the chemicals were held constant 10 mL were put into the solution. When they werent, it could range anywhere from 5-20 mL. By using were put into the solution....
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- Spring '08