Time minutes Temperature degree C Calorimeter A HCl Temperature degree C

Time minutes temperature degree c calorimeter a hcl

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Time (minutes) Temperature (degree C) Calorimeter A (HCl) Temperature (degree C) Calorimeter A (HCl +NaOH) Start 21 1 21 2 21 3 21 4 21 5 31 6 32 7 34 8 36 9 40 Report 1.Explain in words ∆Thotin part A should be a smaller number than ∆Tcold. 2.Write the balanced net reaction (omitting spectator ions) for each of the reactions performed in parts B, C and D and give the molar enthalpy for each reaction.Part B: H+(aq) + OH-(aq) H2O (l); ∆H/mole = -69.72 KJ/moles 3.Calculate the expected molar enthalpy for the reaction in part D from the molar enthalpies for the reactions in part B and C. How well do the calculated and experimental values agree? What do you think are the major sources of error in this experiment?
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