# Part A. 1. Calculate the specific heat for your metal for each trial. Remember that the…

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 = (qwater + (calorimeter). The specific heats are positive numbers. 2. Calculate the average specific heat for your metal sample. 3. Calculate the standard deviation of your average specific heat capacity. 4. Using the physical properties of your metal, i.e. density & color, identify your metal. 5. Calculate the percent error of your average specific heat as compared to the accepted value. Common values of specific heat capacities can be found online. Be sure to cite the website or reference text.
lart A mass of calon metal: copper AOS Ot calorimeter: 38.745 a mass of Calorimeter wi H20:10 8.3159 mass of metal : 163.3589 Room temp. H2O in calorimeter 22.1°C Temp of boiling H2O: 93.2°C Temp. of calorimeter w hot metal: 34.1°C Trial 2: mass of calorimeter. 38.745g mass of calorimeter & H2O . 112.958g. Room temp w/H2o Calorimeter: 2 Temp. of boiling H20 193.9°C Temp. of calorimeter w hot metal. 34.1°C Trial 3: mass of calorimeter: 39.050 mass of calorimeter + H20:10892459 Room temp H2O calorimeter: 23.0°c Temp of boiling H2O: 93.2°C Temp of calorimeter w hot metal: 35.2°C
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