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Combustion Reactions. Combustion Reactions. Aim: To find out how much heat is in a candle. One way to find out is to measure how much wax is burnt while raising the temperature of water in a test tube by say 20 0 C. Materials & Method. Tea light candles Thermometer

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Combustion Reactions

Aim:

  • To find out how much heat is in a candle.
  • One way to find out is to measure how much wax is burnt while raising the temperature of water in a test tube by say 200C.
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Materials & Method
  • Tea light candles
  • Thermometer
  • Retort stands with two clamps
  • Measure and record the mass of the candle.
  • Set the equipment up as shown and measure and record the temperature of the water.
  • Light the candle, and wait for the temperature to rise 10 or 20 0C.
  • Measure and record the new mass of the candle.
  • Calculate the change in mass of the candle.
  • Divide the temperature rise by the change in mass to give a value with units of 0C/g wax
  • Compare your results with the rest of the class.

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