Determining the Value of R

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Fatima Elzin SJU Chem 1111L 11/29/2009 Dr. Pedro Bastos Determining the Value of the Gas Constant, R 1. Is your value of R greater or less than the accepted value of R? Convert your value of R into ones that have units of J/mol K and calories/mol K? My value is greater than the accepted value of R. 2. Give your reasons why your values of R do not agree with the accepted values. The value R does not agree with the accepted value because air bubbles may have gotten into the eudiometer and there may have been errors in measurement.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. If the eudiometer is not resting on the bottom of the beaker, how would that affect your results? If the eudiometer is not resting at the bottom of the beaker, then the Mg remains at the bottom and may not react with the HCl and water. 4. What is the percentage error in your results if the temperature you record is ten degrees too high or low? Determining the Value of the Gas Constant, R Fatima Elzin SJU Chemistry 1111L 73139 November 29, 2009 Pedro Bastos, Anne Okafor...
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