Kemtec™ AP™ Chemistry Kits: Determining Molar Enthalpy Using Hess's Law
This calorimetry lab uses reliable reactions as students measure temperature changes, determine the calorimeter constant and ultimately calculate the molar enthalpy of formation for magnesium oxide using Hess's Law.
Manufacturer: Aqua Phoenix Scientific 16112
Students compare lab results to standard values.
- Ideal for Honors or AP Chemistry
- Instructor's manual features background material, easy to follow stepwise protocols, assessment questions, sample data, modeled calculations, and an answer key
- Procedures can easily be divided or used as collaborative lessons
- Kit designed to exceed 2013 AP Next Generation National Standards
- Meets AP Science Practices 2 & 7
- Targets Grades: 10-14
- Accomodates 24 Students Working in Groups of two
Kemtec AP kits are compatible with optional data collection and simulations using TI-Nspire handhelds and software. Free activities can be found at www.fisheredu.com/TI.
|Meets new 2013 AP standards, meets AP science practices 2 and 7|
|For students measure temperature changes, determine the calorimeter constant and ultimately calculate the molar enthalpy of formation for magnesium oxide using hess's law|
|Determining Molar Enthalpy Using Hess'S Law Chemistry Kit|
|10 to 14|
|Three bottles, 1n hydrochloric acid, 2g magnesium ribbon, 5g magnesium oxide|
|24 Students (12 Groups)|
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