Bunsen Burner Lab

Bunsen Burner Lab - Temperature of a Bunsen Burner Mariah...

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Unformatted text preview: Temperature of a Bunsen Burner Mariah Deibert Nichole Heil Ryan Kusy Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to calculate the temperature of a Bunsen burner flame indirectly using principles of thermodynamics. Hazards and Safety Issues: The Bunsen burner flame gets very hot which makes the bolt, ring stand, and wire extremely hot. You need to wear gloves when removing the bolt to put in the water. Also be careful of hot water that splashes. Materials: Glassware: • Thermometer Hardware: • Bunsen Burner • Iron ring • Balance • Ring stand • Wire • Styrofoam cup Reagents: • Iron bolt • Water Procedure: 1. Weigh empty Styrofoam cup 2. Fill cup about 2/3 full of water 3. Weigh cup with water 4. Weigh bolt 5. Find temperature of water without bolt 6. Heat bolt with Bunsen burner until bolt is red 7. Place bolt in water 8. Wait two minutes then take the temperature of water with the heated bolt inside 9. Repeat same steps for second trial Data Tables/ Observations:...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2010 for the course ECON 4428 taught by Professor Dr.siwak during the Spring '10 term at Drew.

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