of anhydrous copper (II) sulfate
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The aim of this activity is to measure the enthalpy of solution of anhydrous copper sulfate.
|Using a 100 mL measuring cylinder place a 100 mL of water into the calorimeter.|
|Measure the temperature of the water|
|Weigh accurately approximately 5.00 g of anhydrous CuSO4|
|Place the anhydrous copper sulfate sample into the calorimeter.|
|Measure the highest temperature reached by the water.|
|Let's practice the calculations given the information above, before you calculate the ΔH using your own results..|
|1) Calculate the amount, in mole, of anhydrous CuSO4|
|2) Calculate the amount of heat energy given off by this amount of anhydrous CuSO4|
3) Calculate the ΔH for the reaction below.
Now calculate the ΔH for the reaction above using your results.