Chemlab3 - CHY 123 Freezing Point Depression a Colligative...

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CHY 123 Freezing Point Depression a Colligative Property Introduction By reviewing Colligative properties of a solution and a solute one can determine the freezing point of the solute. This is due to the fact that the Colligative properties are not dependant on the chemical properties of a solution but instead on its physical properties that can be experimented on easily. By doing such experiments we can create a Temperature-Time Graph which can than be reviewed to find the properties of a solute. Procedures We gathered the materials needed for the experiment and then measured out 10.00g of the naphthalene and put it into the large test tube, which was then fitted with a stopper with a thermometer and stirrer. We then set up the heating apparatus by filling a beaker with water and setting up the wire stand and Bunsen burner. We then held the test tube in the water bath (via a clamp) and heated it until the naphthalene melted. We then removed the naphthalene from the water bath and started to record the
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CHY 123 taught by Professor Professor during the Fall '08 term at University of Maine Orono .

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Chemlab3 - CHY 123 Freezing Point Depression a Colligative...

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