Experiment 15- Chemical Kinetics In part one of the experiment, we set up a 125 mL Erlenmeyer flask and attached a small test tube along to the top of a burette and then the tube on the other side of the burette was attached to the 60 mL syringe body. Both the syringe body and the burette had to have equal water levels on two sides of a burette holder. Then we calculated the amount of time the water took to go down in 2 mL intervals. We found that the time intervals in solution one of the experiment stayed fairly equal, ranging from one minute two seconds to one minute twenty-three seconds. We did this all the way until the volume reached 14 mL and had a final time of 8:10.5 with a 10 mL 0.1 KI, 15 mL DI water, and 3% H2O2. In solution two of part one of the experiment, the same exact process was used with a slightly modified solution and the final time was found to be 5:53.8 with a solution that was 10 mL 0.1 KI, 10 mL DI water, and 10 mL of 3% H2O2. In part three the total time was 3:57.8 with a solution consisting of 20 mL of 0.1 KI, 5 mL
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