# 11-12 - Calorimetry I assume no heat loss or gain through...

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Unformatted text preview: Calorimetry I - assume no heat loss or gain through calorimeter - any heat lost by rxn (or substance) is gained by solution 0 any heat gained by rxn (or substance) is lost by solution Calorimetry (cont’d) _ WHWPW husband,“ Example 10 When 50.0 mL of 0.100 M AQNO3 and 50.0 mL of 0.100. M HCI are mixed in a calorimeter, the temperature of the mixture increases from 22.30°C to 23.11°C. The temperature increase is caused by this reaction: AgN03(aq) + HCl(aq)—> AgCIts) + HN03(aq) Calculate the heat transferred in this reaction, assuming that the combined solution has a mass of 100.09 and a speciﬁc heat of 4.18 Jig °C. \$501: (415%CY’00" ‘3)(23 4! ~22 30) 99M “ 33E: 583 W33 i C? 11 J @mWﬁlﬁﬂ ‘JFkZ :5 “*9/86 [QM/I'd ~ Hwy Much {-3 rdiGQ WW a balloon ﬂuequ Wm 0-0540 mi +62 is {pumoég I 73 3 AH: a g 6 054-0 VII/Id 4—} #28ém ‘VKH m- .‘ i 65 C 2" [-MOI QMOWZ A 2 18 K7 A++MOW H4; “FCF'P-é 9 {a '++.MO" 6%) M65 3 WW) his likablch [Fiﬁ/é @ g m +0 A ' (/HL 651, (A 885 ‘ V? £9 6% [6 W 14¢ IO OCQIW V” “Z c. mﬁ 2 ' 9” C @3 We”? 9? D Q (g “ Haggaiﬂm 1:0!” 6, C F621 9 (/1 1% t U6 5i? +r 0 MW V C W W6 {a r fin/ﬂ ﬁg ‘9: i 6) m ﬂ 012) m we, _ aw W W @m/S “728 v: x m (JV-6;}JG “1% . W96 0 ﬂ ‘ 116%! Y M5 C.> £769)? + m kink 5F 5 C A Elohéﬁﬂ : Ethal’on 7” W h r, Pmck 7/ ‘5— 491" I Fwd (23.0 Magma/5) era 3“ Cfnm) ...
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## This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course CHEM 111 taught by Professor Cao during the Fall '07 term at Purdue.

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