Experiment 02 - Experiment 2: A Study of Intermolecular...

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Experiment 2: A Study of Intermolecular ForcesAubrey Phillips01/30/16TA: Kati
Data Table:Room 136OrganicComponentFormulaMolecularWeight(g/mole)DipoleMoment(debye)Density(g/mL)BoilingPoint(°C)MaximumConcentration (g/50 mL)AmylAlcohol(AA)C H2¿4OHC H3¿88.151.710.8146137.50.81463-pentanone(3P)C H3C H2¿2CO¿86.132.560.816101.50.8160N-propylAcetate(NPA)C5H10O2102.131.840.836101.60.80Viscosity:Organic ComponentTrial 1 (seconds)Trial 2 (seconds)Average Time(seconds)AA299.88301.38300.633P41.9341.3541.64NPA44.7446.1845.46OrganicComponentRetentionTime(seconds)Type ofIntermolecularForceAverage FlowRate fromViscometer(seconds)Precisionby ½RangeOrder ofSeparation(first to last)AA300.89Hydrogenbonding300.630.753rd3P180.78Dipole-Dipole41.640.291stNPA240.08Dipole-Dipole45.460.722ndSample Calculations:Conversion of minutes to seconds (AA Trial 1):1 minute = 60 seconds4:59.88min.×60sec .1min.= 299.88 sec.Average time in seconds (AA):Trial1+Trial22299.88sec.+301.38sec.

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Term
Fall
Professor
JOSEPHMILLER
Tags
Chemistry, Mole, pH, Fundamental physics concepts, Intermolecular force

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