Lab%2009%20%28-%29%20-%20Heat%20of%20Solution%20and%20Heat%20of%20Reaction%20%28STUDENT%29

Lab%2009%20%28-%29%20-%20Heat%20of%20Solution%20and%20Heat%20of%20Reaction%20%28STUDENT%29

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Heat of Solution and Heat of Reaction Created by Jackie Jurchenko Created by Jackie Jurchenko
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Thermochemistry I We will measure the _____ _______ due to both physical and chemical transformations 1. Heat of solution: ____ 1. Involves a ________ transformation, the __________ of molecules in the system 2. Heat of reaction: ____ 1. Monitoring the heat produced from a _______ reaction
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Heat of solution (part 1 – solid NaOH/H 2 O) Can occur when a ____ dissolves in a ____. In order for a _____ to dissolve, the ____ molecules must rearrange to make room for the solute. The _____ also must break apart to allow the _____ to surround it.
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Exothermic – heat is ______ Endothermic – heat is ______ Using ______ cup calorimeters, we will ______ the systems (both the _______ and ______ changes). This will allow us to observe any ______ in ________. Terms
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NaOH (s) __ + (aq) + __ (aq) + _____ Assuming there is __ loss of heat to the surroundings, the ______ in water temperature will be directly related to the ____ involved in dissolving the NaOH. m
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