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Hyun Woo Sung Chem 112 Laboratory Lab Report #4 Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to see how much of an extent temperature affects the rate of a chemical reaction. General understanding of the correlation between temperature and reaction rates proves that there exists a direct relationship between these two factors. Meaning, as temperature increases, the reaction rate occurs at a faster pace. Using various water baths at 4 different temperatures, the two reactants, potassium permanganate and oxalate acid, were placed in Erlenmeyer flasks or test tubes and then placed inside each water bath. After a set interval of time, the two reactants were removed and added together. The total time it took for the compound to turn a specific color was recorded. Material: ~0.5M oxalate acid and ~0.021M potassium permanganate were provided in the laboratory. Beakers, graduated cylinders, and Erlenmeyer flasks were also provided in the laboratory. A hot plate was used to heat water at 30˚C. A timer was used to measure the total reaction time, as well
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