The Two point method of evaluating 0K

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The Two-Point Method of Evaluating 0K December 2, 2007 Lab Section 2119 Course Number 1391 Yanyan Huang Amanda Quella
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Purpose: To use the direct relationship of temperature with volume to find the absolute zero. Procedure: 1. A dry flask with a special stopper assembly was weighed 2. The flask was then immersed in a high temperature bath for 3-4 minutes with the pinch clamp open. 3. After 4 minutes the pinch clamp was then closed and the flask was then immediately, completely inverted into a low temperature bath. 4. The pinch clamp was then opened while the flask was under the cold water bath. 5. The flask was then raised out of the cold water bath slowly until the level of water was equal to the level of water outside. 6. The clamp was then closed before the flask was lifted completely out of the cold water. 7. The flask was then dried off and weighed again. 8. The flask was then completely filled with water and weighed again. 9.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CHEM 102 taught by Professor Haworth during the Spring '08 term at Marquette.

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