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  • Boiling Point Experiment

    Organic Chemistry: CHP 225 Thomas Hsieh Experiment 2: Boiling Points o Date experiment was performed: September 16‚ 2011 o Objective: To determine the boiling point of organic compounds such as tert-butyl alcohol‚ sec-butyl alcohol‚ n-butyl alcohol‚ and an unknown. o Principle: Boiling point is the temperature at which gas and liquid phases coexist in equilibrium. At this temperature‚ the vaporization rate and the condensation rate are equal. The liquid and vapor reach a state of dynamic

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  • The Boiling Point Experiment

    expected‚ I found that it boiling point was 60C but in my experiment it was 30 C it’s the double of what it should be. Most of the sample like methanol and ethanol was pretty clos to the result that I found on internet. The trial that I did was Butanol again with the hot plates and it took of course much longer to boil and it started to boil before 105 °C like at 103 °C and I didn’t expect that happen maybe because of the boiling water it accelerated the boiling point. I don’t consider my

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  • The Boiling Point Experiment

    Hypothesis: I think that in this experiment the results of the boiling point of each sample is going be slighly different from what I found on Internet. aim: my aim is to look at what temperature and how long the following alcohol (methanol‚ I-butanol‚ Ethanol and Hexane) reach their boiling point and comparing the results that I found on internet and mine. Materials: Alcohol: Ethanol‚ I-Butanol‚ Ethanol and Hexane Four Test tubes (boiling tube) Test tubes holder Data logger Hot plates Bunsen burner

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  • Differences Between Factors of "Evaporation, Vapour Pressure& Boiling Point"

    (1) Evaporation: Surface Area: Evaporation is surface phenomenon.Greater is surface area greater is evaporation and vice versa.For example‚ sometimes a saucer is used if tea is to be cooled‚ quickly.This is because evaporation from the larger surface area of saucer is more than that of the smaller surface area of the tea cup. Temperature: At high temperature‚ rate of evaporation is high because at high temperature

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  • Melting Point and Boiling Point of Compounds

    Engineering and Chemistry Muralla St.‚ Intramuros‚ Manila Melting Point and Boiling Point of Organic Compounds Group No. 5 Manacup‚ Cris Vincent L. Oblena‚ Adrian D. Ong‚ Joshua Jyro B.* *Leader ABSTRACT In compounds‚ two of the physical properties affected by the varying structures are melting point and boiling point. Through the use of the Thomas-Hoover Melting Point Apparatus or the micro method‚ the melting and boiling point of organic compounds are now determined. The aim of this experiment

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  • Boiling Water

    information about boiling water. If you cover the tin and allow the water and air to cool down‚ the air will cool and contract‚ lowering the pressure in the tin. If it lowers enough‚ the partial vacuum will collapse the walls of the can! The boiling point definitely reduces with air pressure. There is a famous demonstration where boiling water or coffee is drunk‚ the trick is it was in a vacuum chamber where it boiled at room temperature. The actual definition of the boiling point of water is the

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  • Freezing Point Depression And Boiling Point

    COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES: FREEZING POINT DEPRESSION AND BOILING POINT ELEVATION DAY 1 – 04 FEBRUARY 2015 Colligative Properties Depends on the NUMBER of solute‚ not on the nature of solute particles Freezing Point Depression Boiling Point Elevation Vapor Pressure Lowering Osmotic Pressure Electrolyte and Nonelectrolytes Electrolytes •Separates in water forming a solution that conducts electric current •IONIC COMPOUNDS Non- electrolytes • does not allow the flow of an electric current • COVALENT

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  • Melting Point and Boiling Point of Organic Compounds

    MELTING POINT AND BOILING POINT OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS ------------------------------------------------- ABSTRACT The melting point (MP) and the boiling point (BP) are probably the most widely used physical constant in the field of science. Determining the boiling point and the melting point of a compound helps you to characterize an unknown solid in a quick‚ easy and cheap way. The temperature at which a compound turns from a solid state to a liquid state is known to be the melting point. On the

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  • Melting Point and Boiling Point of Organic Compounds

    Melting Point and Boiling Point of Organic Compounds Bongo‚ Sayre‚ J1 1Student‚ Organic Chemistry 1 Laboratory / B11‚ School of Chemical Engineering‚ Chemistry and Biotechnology‚ Mapúa Institute of Technology ABSTRACT The melting point of a substance is the temperature at which the material changes from a solid to a liquid state while the boiling point is the temperature at which it changes from liquid to solid. In this experiment‚ the main objectives were to determine the effects of the following

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  • Boiling and Sauce

    It’s not hard to make kabsa if you follow these steps. You should have all the ingredients ready. This is important because you don’t want to be surprised when you can’t find what you need. Then you can begin the process of making kabsa. First‚ you need to cut up the green pepper‚ onion‚ garlic‚ and two tomatoes. You can also cut up the chicken or the meat at this time. Then you can put the garlic‚ green pepper‚ and onion in oil and cook them until they are brown. Keep the stove on a medium

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