When atoms of elements are heated to high temperatures, some electrons may absorb enough energy to allow them to move to higher energy levels. This excited atom is unstable, and the electrons quickly return back to their positions of lower energy or their
Chemistry Lab: Specific Heat Of A Metal
Chemistry Lab: Specific Heat Of A Metal. PURPOSE: To calculate the specific heat of a metal using mass and temperature data obtained by using a calorimeter. $
By observing reactions between single elements and compounds, scientists have been able to determine a list of elements in order of their activity. In this experiment, you will observe many different chemical reactions, and you will construct your own list of elements in order of their activity.
In this experiment, the student will be given two liquids: isopropyl alcohol and an unknown. The student will determine the temperature at which they boil and identify the unknown according to its boiling point.
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Building Molecular Models of Covalent Compounds Using Molecular Model Sets Lab for Chemistry or Physical Science Students in Grades Justification for the lab: Bonding is a very abstract concept and can be very difficult to understand for