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Internal Assessment: Rate of Evaporation Ann George Mr. Frias/4th Period Wheeler High School Research Question How will changing the molar mass of alcohol affect the rate of evaporation, represented by the change in temperature over time, measured using a temperature probe? Research/Abstract Alcohol is an organic compound in which the hydroxyl functional group, OH, is bound to a carbon atom. Its carbon center should be saturated; it should have single bonds to three other atoms. The different...

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Chemistry Project on Evaporation of Liquid

Chemistry Project on Evaporation of Liquid Acknowledgement I would like to show my gratitude to my Chemistry Teachers Ms Seema More without whose support and encouragement this project could never have have taken the present shape . I would also like to thank my lab incharge Mr. Kakde For helping Me out During The Practical Part Of This Project. Aim Acknowledgment I am are greatly thankful for the cooperation and help from the Community Science Center (CSC) authorities and the Chemistry lab...

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Liquid and Evaporation

Rate of Evaporation of Different Liquids Objective of the Project This project is of the rate of evaporation of different liquid, in which we also discuss the factors which affect the rate of liquid. Introduction When liquid is placed in an open vessel. It slowly escapes into gaseous phase ventually leaving the vessel empty. This phenomenon is known as vaporization or evaporation. Evaporation of liquids can be explained in the terms of kinetic molecular model although there...

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Vapor Pressure and Heat Evaporation Lab Report

Vapor Pressure and Heat of Vaporization Introduction: ​Evaporation is the process of a liquid becoming vaporized. When a liquid is placed into a confined space some of the liquids will evaporate. Evaporation of the liquid depends on the strength of the intermolecular forces that are between liquid molecules. During the evaporation process of the liquid, new gas molecules exerts pressure in the sealed container, while some of the gas condenses back to the liquid state. ​If the temperature inside...

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Evaporation is one of the main methods used in chemical industry for concentration of aqueous solutions that means the removal of water from solution by boiling the liquor in a suitable type of evaporator and withdrawing the vapor (Coulson & Richardson,1983). The objective of evaporation is to concentrate a solution consisting of non-volatile solute and a volatile solvent. In the overwhelming majority of evaporations the solvent is water. Normally, in evaporation the thick liquor is the valuable...

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unit 3 note taking template

consumers, and decomposers all have a role in the process. i. plants through photosynthesis ii. animals through respiration iii. Decomposers through the breakdown of organic material 5. What natural processes make the water cycle work? • evaporation => liquid water to a gas • condensation => gaseous water to a liquid • transpiration=> plant water to gaseous water Additional Notes about Lesson 3.01: (Is there anything extra that you think is important?) 3.02: Nitrogen Cycle Goals for...

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Biology Form 5

PAPER 3 Answer all question. Question 1 Transpiration is the evaporation of water vapour from the leaves surface. Air movement is one of the factor that affects the evaporation of water vapour. A group of student carried out an experiment to study the effect of air movement on rate of transpiration of plants. Diagram 1 shows the apparatus used by the students. The experiment was conducted under still air and strong fan speed. Diagram 1 The time taken for the air bubble in the capillary tube to...

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Lord of the Flies Civilization vs Savagery

Name____________________ Comparing Rates of Evaporation Several factors determine how fast a sample of liquid will evaporate. The volume of the sample is a key factor. A drop of water takes less time to evaporate than a liter of water. The amount of energy supplied to the sample is another factor. In this lab, you will investigate how the type of liquid and temperature affect the rate of evaporation. Problem: How do intermolecular forces affect the evaporation rates of liquids? Pre-Lab: Read the...

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The Water Cycle

the Water Cycle The main parts of the water cycle are evaporation, condensation, and precipitation. They go together in a circle/cycle called the water cycle. None of these parts can be missing. (Well, everything in the water cycle is needed.) Evaporation- Evaporation is when water turns into water vapor and flows up into the sky. You can’t see it because it’s now gas and gas is invisible. Evaporation usually happens on hot, rainy days because the sun’s energy turns water into...

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Investigatory Project

Introduction 2. Theory 3. Objectives of project 4. Experiment 1 5. Experiment 2 Theory Evaporation is the process whereby atoms or molecules in a liquid state gain sufficient energy to enter the gaseous state. The thermal motion of a molecule must be sufficient to overcome the surface tension of the liquid in order for it to evaporate, that is, its kinetic energy must exceed the work function of cohesion the surface. Evaporation therefore proceeds more quickly at higher temperature and in liquids with lower...

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