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Alderfer 3 the limiting reagent along the downward sloping line? On the upward sloping line, NaClO is the limiting reagent. On the downward sloping line, KI is the limiting reagent. #7 What physical properties, other than temperature change, could use the method of continuous variations? The amount of heat released by the reaction could also use the method of continuous variation. #8 Why is it more accurate to use the point of intersection of the two lines to find the mole ratio rather than the ratio associated with the greatest temperature change?
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Unformatted text preview: The ratio associated with the greatest temperature change could be an outlier, and not represent the chemical reaction overall. The intersection of the two lines gives a mole ratio based on the averages of the set of chemical reactions. #9 If the two solutions used are not at the same initial temperature, a correction must be made to find the correct change in temperature. How should this be done? The correction to find the correct change in temperature should be made using thermochemistry equations...
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2010 for the course SCI 56-1120 taught by Professor Unni during the Spring '09 term at Columbia College.

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