Appendiz A-2 - 3. If a magnetic stirrer and stir bar are...

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Instruction for Recording a Thermogram to Determine the Styrofoam Cup Calorimeter Constant 1. Obtain two Styrofoam cups and a lid from your instructor to serve as a calorimeter. Nest one cup inside the other to construct the calorimeter. 2. 45-50 grams of tap water should be added to the calorimeter to serve as the cool water. Should the exact mass of the cool water be recorded in the lab report? If so, to what number of significant figures should the mass be recorded?
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Unformatted text preview: 3. If a magnetic stirrer and stir bar are available, they will be used to stir the solution. If a magnetic stirrer is not available, proceed to Step 6. 4. Setup the magnetic stirrer/ calorimeter assembly depicted in Figure 1 below. 5. The temperature probe is inserted into a 2-hole stopper and secured to a ring stand with a utility clamp. The temperature probe is inserted through the hole in the calorimeter lid. Position the probe....
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Appendiz A-2 - 3. If a magnetic stirrer and stir bar are...

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