Molar Mass Lab

Molar Mass Lab - Experiment 20: Molar Mass of Solid "I...

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Experiment 20: Molar Mass of Solid “I pledge my honor that I have abided by the Stevens Honor System,” _______________________________________ Bench Number: D2-7 Student Name: Gregory Bosch E-mail Address: gbosch@stevens.edu TA name: Svetlana Abstract: The experiment was done in order to ascertain the effect of a solute on the freezing point of a solvent. The experiment revealed that the freezing point of cyclohexane decreased because of the addition of a solute, and the greater the amount of solute, the lower the temperature. According to the calculations, the average molar mass of solute is 282.285 g/mol. K eywords: Cyclohexane, Cooling Curve, Solvent, Solution, Freezing Point, Nonvolatile Solution, Colligative properties, Molality Introduction Cyclohexane is used in order to make a solution. Once it is added to an unknown solvent, a homogeneous mixture can be formed. Depending on the amount of solute added, the physical property of the solvent may change or stay relatively the same. For this
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