# how to do part a, trial 1 Data Analysis Part A. 1. Calculate the specific heat…

how to do part a, trial 1
Data Analysis Part A. 1. Calculate the specific heat for your metal for each trial. Remember that the heat lost by the metal is equal to the heat gained by the water in the calorimeter and by the calorimeter itself. This can be expressed as – metal (water + Jealorimeter). The specific heats are positive numbers.
EXP 8 – Thermochemistry Trial 3 Trial Trial 2 Trial 3 Part C 2 40.408 g 109.536 g Volume NaOH Volume HCI Initial temperature solution Final temperature 3.6 mL 25.4 mL 20.4°C 39.0 °C 21.0 mL 21.0 mL 23.4 °C 40.8 °C 24.4 mL 23.2 mL 20.6 °C 39.4 °C Part D DATA SET 60 Trial 1 Trial 2 Part A (calorimeter constant – 22.1 J/gºC) Metal name iron Mass of calorimeter 40.871 g 50.040 g Mass of calorimeter + water 104.623 g | 117.959 g Mass of iron 64.259 Initial temperature iron 100.0°C 100.0 °C Initial temperature of water 24.2°C 21.6°C Final temperature 31.4°C 28.4°C Part B Mass of calorimeter 42.621 g 46.216 Mass of calorimeter + water 65.482 g 69.436 g mass of cesium hydroxide 4.622 4.046 g Initial temperature water calorimeter 22.8 °C 22.8 °C Final temperature 40.6°C 38.2 °C 100.0°C 25.4 °C 31.8 °C 44.724 g 67,087 g 3.884 g 24.8 °C 40.2 °C Mass of calorimeter 44.767 g 42.690 g 46.500 g Mass of calorimeter + water 93.858 g 95.704 g 96.153 g Initial temperature water 21.2°C 21.0°C 24.4 °C Mass of calorimeter + water + ice 101.892 g 102.363 g 103.041 g Final temperature 8.4°C 10.8°C 12.4°C Theoretical values for data analysis Part A = 0.461 J/gºC Part B = -71.6 kJ/mol Part C -57.3 kJ/mol Part D = 334 J/g
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