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Ionization Energy (potential)
1.Create the graph as described in the procedure.
2. Define ionization energy.
The energy required to remove the outermost (highest energy) electron from a neutral atom in
its ground state.
3. What is the trend as you move do
Purpose: To verify Grahams law of diffusion.
Theory: Grahams law states the rate of effusion of a gas is inversely proportional to the square
root of the mass of its particles.
safety goggles and apron, 2 ring stands, 2 utility clamps, glass tu
The purpose of this lab is to identify and differentiate between chemical and
During physical changes no new materials are formed and the particles do not
change apart from gaining or
Purpose: Investigate the relationship between the pressure and volume of a gas.
Theory: Boyles law states that an inverse relationship exists between pressure and volume.
Materials: Computer (Virtual Lab)
1. Start Virtual ChemLab, select Gas Pr
How can it be determined through an experiment that 334 joules of energy
are required to melt one gram of ice at its melting point?
As shown in the reference table, the heat of fusion is 334 j/g. This means that
for every gram of ice, 334