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C1.1.1.1 Determination of the Relative Atomic Mass of Metals
C1.1.1.1 Determination of the Relative Atomic Mass of Metals
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C1.1.1.1 Determination of the Relative Atomic Mass of Metals

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Determination of the Relative Atomic Mass of Metals

In experiment C1.1.1.1, the molar mass of some base metals will be determined. In order to do so, those metals - magnesium, for example - will be reacted with acids. Different metals of the same weight produce different quantities of hydrogen. When using the same quantity of material, the same quantities of hydrogen are produced. This way, the relative molar mass of the respective metals can be determined.

 

Components:

1 664 097 Stoichiometric reaction vessel
1 665 914 Gas syringe, 100 ml with 3-way stopcock
1 665 936 Immersion tube manometer, after Schiele
1 664 352 Topping-up reservoir, 250 ml
1 667 194 Silicone tubing, 7 mm diam., 1 m
1 382 21 Stirring thermometer, -10...+110 °C
1 667 312 Glass connector, 2 x GL 18
1 667 017 Scissors, 125 mm, round-ended
1 667 027 Tweezers, blunt, 130 mm
1 664 131 Beaker, Boro 3.3, 400 ml, squat
1 665 753 Measuring cylinder, 50 ml, with plastic base
2 666 4659 Adhesive magnetic board, 500 mm
1 666 4662 Holder, magnetic, size 2, 11...14 mm
3 666 4665 Holder, magnetic, size 5, 30...32 mm
1 666 425 Panel frame C50, two-level, for CPS
1 ADANBL124E Analytical balance 120 g; 0,0001g, with USB interface
1 674 6810 Hydrochloric acid, 10 %, 1 l
1 673 1000 Magnesium, ribbon, 25 g
1 661 081 Aluminium, foil, 1 roll
1 671 2000 Calcium, granules, 25 g


EXPERIMENT INSTRUCTIONS CLICK HERE

 

https://youtu.be/DCUpG2VGuls