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The stoichiometric ratio between two reactants will be determined experimentally. Stoichiometric Ratio. Stoichiometry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the ratio between reactants and products in a chemical reaction. The net result can be described by a balanced chemical reaction.

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The stoichiometric ratio between two reactants will be determined experimentally.

Stoichiometric Ratio


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Stoichiometry determined experimentally. is the branch of chemistry that deals with the ratio between reactants and products in a chemical reaction.

The net result can be described by a balanced chemical reaction.

Principles



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Principles the reaction.

1Mg to 2 HCl

3 Reactants to 2 Products

1 Mg to 1 MgCl2

2 HCl to 1 MgCl2


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In this Lab we will use the heat given off by a reaction to determine its stoichiometry.

Principles


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The amount of heat given off, or Q, can be graphed versus the number of moles of reagent.

From the graph the stoichiometry can be determined

Principles


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Number of moles of reactant: the number of moles of reagent.

Moles = M V Moles = (0.5mol/L)(0.010L)

Change in Temperature:

DT = Tf – Ti DT = 32oC – 23oC

Calculations


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Measure appropriate amounts of NaOCl and Na the number of moles of reagent.2SO3

Determine the temperatures of both reagents.

Do Not use the same thermometer for both reagents

Procedure


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Pour the NaOCl into a clean styrofoam cup. the number of moles of reagent.

Add the Na2SO3 and record the maximum temperature that the mixture reached.

Ensure that the reagents are well mixed

Procedure


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It is important that you always keep your safety goggles on. the number of moles of reagent.

Safety


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