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Mass of Fe metal:100 MG
Volume of water in Calorimeter: 100 ML
Mass of water in Calorimeter (use 1g per ml): 100G
Initial Temperature of metal: 20
Initial Temperature of water: 20
Final Temperature (both metal and water): 100
Determine the heat gained by the water (show your work):
Q water =
Q Fe =
Determine the specific heat of the metal (show your work):
C Fe =
Determine the atomic weight of your metal:
Look up the actual atomic weight on your periodic table. Determine your percent error using the equation from assignment 2.04 (show your work).
Mass of Al metal:
Volume of water in Calorimeter:
Mass of water in Calorimeter (use 1g per ml):
Initial Temperature of metal:
Initial Temperature of water:
Final Temperature (both metal and water):
Determine the heat gained by the water (show your work):
Q water =
Q Al =
Determine the specific heat of the metal (show your work):
C Al =
Determine the atomic weight of your metal:
Look up the actual atomic weight on your periodic table. Determine your percent error using the equation from assignment 2.04 (show your work).
I did part of it and i have no idea how to do the rest. Please help..
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