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Assistant: Yankı BAŞARAN Met E 206 – Materials Laboratory EXPERIMENT 6 – CALORIMETRY Cihan ÇAPCI 1514983 Section 9
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EXPERIMENT 6:CALORIMETRY OBJECTIVE: The aim of this experiment is to conduct heat of combustion and chemical composition measurement tests in order to demonstrate the use of a bomb calorimeter. APPARATUS: 1) Parr 1341 Oxygen Bomb Calorimeter Unit 2) Ignition Unit 3) Oxygen Tank 4) Computer 5) Data acquisition system SAMPLE USED: Coke powder with active coke powder. SUMMARY: Calorimetry is the quantitative measurement of the heat required or evolved during a chemical process. A Calorimeter is an instrument for measuring the heat of a reaction during a well defined process. Constant volume calorimetry measures the Internal Energy change between Reactants and Products, but constant pressure calorimetery measures directly the Enthalpy change during the reaction. These two heats are slightly different when gases are evolved or consumed during the transformation. (Gases evolved expand if at constant pressure
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2011 for the course MATH 286 taught by Professor Adad during the Spring '11 term at Middle East Technical University.

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