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Gen. Chem. 2 Lab assignment help

  1. Apr 7, 2010 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

    Heat of Reaction for the combustion of Magnesium

    Data:

    A. Mass MgO = 0.7975g Volume 1M HCl = 97.5 ml
    Temp.intial = 24.2 C Temp.final = 29.3 C [tex]\Delta[/tex]T = 5.1 C

    B. mass Mg 0.0896g Volume 1M HCl 89.5 ml
    Temp. intial = 24.1 c Temp. final = 28.4 c [tex]\Delta[/tex]T = 4.3 C

    With the following data above I need to calculate the heat realsed for each reaction
    2. Relevant equations
    Need to use Q=Mc [tex]\Delta[/tex]T also the question tells you to assume one cal of heat is required to change the temperature of one ml of solution one degree Celsius


    3. The attempt at a solution
    not sure were to begin
     
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  3. Apr 8, 2010 #2

    Char. Limit

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    You actually have all of the data you need...

    Just turn the last sentence into something more mathematical.

    "one calorie of heat is required to change the temperature per 1 degree C per mL of solution"

    Is the same as

    [tex]\frac{Q}{T \cross V}[/tex]

    which describes a specific heat capacity, I believe.
     
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