3 trial 1 temperature change measure out 50ml of hcl

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3. Trial 1: Temperature Change Measure out 50mL of HCl, add to NaOH in calorimeter, wait for a constant temperature reading and then record the change in temperature. 4. Reset Dump out solution in calorimeter and rinse with deionized water. Repeat steps 2 and 3 with more NaOH and HCl for Trial 2 5. Trial 2: Same As Trial One But With More Solution Again, dump out solution in calorimeter and rinse with deionized water. Measure out 50mL of NaOH, pour into calorimeter, record initial temperature. Measure out 50mL of 3M HNO 3 , add to NaOH in calorimeter, record the final temperature. 6. Repeat For Trial 2
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7. Average Temperature Change Find the average temperature change ( T) for each combination of acid and base. 8. Quantity Of Heat Calculate q for each combination of acid and base. 9. Percent Error Calculate the percent error for each acid/base combination. 10. Clean Up
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