 # CHM130Lab 4CalorimetryName Mengqi LiData Table 12

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Lab 4

Calorimetry

Name: Mengqi Li

Data Table: (12 points)

ALUMINUM METAL

Pre-weighed Aluminum metal sample mass (mmetal) 50.0 grams
Temperature of boiling water and metal sample in the pot (Ti(metal))

dsdfa(Ti 90.0 C
Temperature of cool water in the calorimeter prior to adding hot metal sample (Ti(water)) 17.0 C
Maximum Temperature of water/metal in calorimeter after mixing (Tf) 47.0 C

Pre-weighed Lead metal sample mass (mmetal) 50.0 grams
Temperature of boiling water and metal sample in the pot (Ti(metal)) 95.0 C
Temperature of cool water in the calorimeter prior to adding hot metal sample (Ti(water)) 17.0 C
Maximum Temperature of water/metal in calorimeter after mixing (Tf) 50.0 C

IRON METAL

Pre-weighed Iron metal sample mass (mmetal) 50.0grams
Temperature of boiling water and metal sample in the pot
(Ti(metal))
100.0 C
Temperature of cool water in the calorimeter prior to adding hot metal sample (Ti(water)) 18.0 C
Maximum Temperature of water/metal in calorimeter after mixing (Tf) 60.0 C

Calculations (show work for all calculations)
Aluminum Sample:
1. Calculate the change in temperature for the water caused by the addition of the aluminum by subtracting the initial temperature of the water from the final temperature of the water. ΔT = Tf - Ti (5 points)

47.0 C-17.0 C=30.0 C
2. Calculate the change in the metal’s temperature by subtracting the initial temperature of the aluminum from the final temperature of the aluminum. ΔT = Tf - Ti (5 points)

47.0 C-90.0 C=-43.0 C
3. Determine the mass of the water by using the water’s density (specific to the initial temperature) and the volume of the water. Remember, density = mass/volume. You can look up the density of the water at your specific temperature at http://www.ncsu.edu/chemistry/resource/H2Odensity_vp.htmﾧl. (5 points)

Mass=density*volume=0.9987779*75=75g

4. Use the equation: q = m(SH)ΔT to solve for the amount of heat gained by the

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