from the absorbance (pathlength = 1 cm)Calculate the moles of Fe2+(moles of Fe2+= moles of (NH4)2Fe(SO4)2.6H2O)Calculate the molar mass (NH4)2Fe(SO4)2.6H2O)Calculate grams of (NH4)2Fe(SO4)2.6H2O in the crystalsMass KNO3crystals analyzed for purity (from Step B.8.) Calculate % mass of (NH4)2Fe(SO4)2.6H2O in the crystalsCrystallization NumberSummary: % Mass KNO3Recovered in Crystallization StepsCrystallization NumberMass KNO3Crystallized% of Original KNO3MassGrams H2O usedMolar Mass KNO3Grams KNO3Cryst. Temp, oCSolubility gKNO3/100 g waterMolality KNO3Ksp (Based on molality)∆HoSol∆SoSolnChem 162 Experiment #4 I. Fractional Crystallization of KNO3 with (NH4)2Fe(SO4)2.6H2O ImpurityII. The Solubility Curve of KNO3DATA, CALCULATIONS AND GRAPHSPart I: Fractional Crystallization of KNO3 with (NH4)2Fe(SO4)2.6H2O ImpurityDoes the absorbance exceed the desired range (0 to 2.0 A)? _____yes_______If so, what dilution factor did you use in order to get the absorbance in the desired range? ____1:10_________Plot a graph of percent of (NH4)2Fe(SO4)2.6H2O vs.number of crystallization steps (0,1,2) and place it here. Cover this instruction box so that your graph is an appropriate size.Be sure to include a title, axis labels, and use the chart type that connects the data points.Plot a graph of percent of KNO3 recovered vs. the number of crystallization steps and place it here. Cover this instruction box so your graph is appropriately sized. Your graph should have three points with the first point being 100%. Be sure to include a title, axis labels, and use the chart type that connects the data points.II. Determining the Solubility Curve of KNO3Results and Discussion1. Do your results indicate that fractional crystallization works? Why or why not?The results we obtained from this experiment do support the method of fractional crystallization as a means to isolate pure KNO3. Our impurity percentages decreased first from 27.92 to 1.423, and then from 1.423 to 0.285 at our final crystallization. This inherently demonstrates the efficiency of fractional crystallization to isolate impurities from solutions. 2. What is the disadvantage of fractional crystallization?The dissadvantage of fraction crystallization is that in each crystallization the percent of the final product will undoubtedly decrease. This is because not every KNO3 molecule will crystallize, therefore losing some of the product. In addition, the final product will not be completely pure because a small amount of impurity will enter into the crystals. Lastly, fractional crystallization takes a lot of time to get only a relatively small final product. 3. The Handbook of Chemistry and Physics list the enthalpy of solution of KNO3 as 34.89 kJ/mole. How does your value compare?
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