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Unformatted text preview: Joseph Brennan Zachary Peirce Alec Lebris Chem 102- Section 0026 Determination of the Ideal gas Constant R 10/18/2007 Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to determine the ideal gas constant(R). To determine the ideal constant we ran several tests that resulted in the product of H2 gas. We determined the pressure and temperature of the H2 gas to see if we could come up with the ideal gas constant. Procedure: To begin the experiment we filled a 250 mL graduated cylinder the way full with water. Next we got a 1.0 cm strip magnesium ribbon and recorded its mass. Then put the magnesium strip into a rubber stopper. After that we gathered 3.0 mL of 2.0 M HCL in a 10.0 mL graduated cylinder. Next we took a pipet and slowly put the water into the graduated cylinder with the HCL. Then put the rubber stopper facing the magnesium strip down and insert it into the graduated cylinder so that no air was captured. After this we covered the hole of the rubber stopper with our finger and slowly lowered it into a captured....
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course CHM 102 taught by Professor Gradstudent during the Fall '06 term at Rhode Island.
- Fall '06