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An Experiment To Find Out the Effect On the Concentration of the Rate of a Chemical Reaction

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AN EXPERIMENT TO FIND OUT THE EFFECT ON THE CONCENTRATION OF THE RATE OF A CHEMICAL REACTION The Reaction Mg(S) H2SO4 � MgSO4(aq) + H2(g) Introduction To setup the apparatus as shown in the diagram. To time how long it takes to collect 10cm3 of hydrogen gas. ...read more.


The length of magnesium(2cms) 2) The same volume of liquid in the reaction boiling tube(25cm3) 3) The temperature of the acid. Variables That I Will Change Run Volume of Acid(cm3) Volume of Water(cm3) 1 25 0 2 20 5 3 15 10 4 10 15 5 5 20 Prediction I predict that the more water that is put into the boiling tube with the acid, the longer it will take to fill 10cm3. ...read more.


Volume of Water(cm3) Results in seconds 1 25 0 15.94 2 20 5 22.8 3 15 10 27.59 4 10 15 56.19 5 5 20 5.00.03 minutes Average Conclusion From my results I have found out that the more I mix the acid with water the longer it takes for 10cm3 of hydrogen gas to be collected. Evaluation Matthew Brooke ...read more.

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