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A Study of Reaction Rates: The Clock Reaction Lab

Observations
Part 1: [A]= 0.02 mol/L
Solution
A (mL)
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2

H2O (mL)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Solution
B (mL)
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Group 1
(s)
19

Group 2
(s)

Group 3
(s)
19

14
21

Group 4
(s)

21

29

30

24
23

39
34

58
41

18
28

26

30

Group 6
(s)

20
22

23

Group 5
(s)
16

30
35

65
45

58
70

Part 2: [A]= 0.01 mol/L


C
5
10
15
20
25
35

Group 1 (s)
57
57
54

Group 2 (s)

Group 3 (s)
49.1
46.6
42.1

37
35
29

Group 4 (s)

48
45
36

Group 5 (s)
55
50
45

Group 6 (s)

47
39
30

Questions for Part 1


1. Constants:
V2 = 20 mL = 0.02 L
Sol
A(mL)
10

Sol A
(L)
0.01

C1= 0.02 mol/L


C1V1 = C2V2
(0.02 mol/L)(0.01 L) = C2(0.02 L)
0.002 mol = C2 (0.02 L)

Final concentration
(mol/L)
0.01 mol/L

C2= 0.002 mol/ 0.02 L


C2 = 0.01 mol/L

0.009

(0.02 mol/L)(0.009 L) = C2(0.02 L)


0.0018 mol = C2 (0.02 L)

0.009 mol/L

C2= 0.0018 mol/ 0.02 L


C2 = 0.009 mol/L

0.008

(0.02 mol/L)(0.008 L) = C2(0.02 L)


0.0016 mol = C2 (0.02 L)

0.008 mol/L

C2= 0.0016 mol/ 0.02 L


C2 = 0.008 mol/L

0.007

(0.02 mol/L)(0.007 L) = C2(0.02 L)


0.0014 mol = C2 (0.02 L)

0.007 mol/L

C2= 0.0014 mol/ 0.02 L


C2 = 0.007 mol/L

0.006

(0.02 mol/L)(0.006 L) = C2(0.02 L)


0.0012 mol = C2 (0.02 L)

0.006 mol/L

C2= 0.0012 mol/ 0.02 L


C2 = 0.006 mol/L

0.005

(0.02 mol/L)(0.005 L) = C2(0.02 L)


0.001 mol = C2 (0.02 L)

0.005 mol/L

C2= 0.001 mol/ 0.02 L


C2 = 0.005 mol/L

0.004

(0.02 mol/L)(0.004 L) = C2(0.02 L)


0.0008 mol = C2 (0.02 L)

0.004 mol/L

C2= 0.0008mol/ 0.02 L


C2 = 0.004 mol/L

0.003

(0.02 mol/L)(0.003 L) = C2(0.02 L)


0.0006 mol = C2 (0.02 L)

0.003 mol/L

C2= 0.0006 mol/ 0.02 L


C2 = 0.003 mol/L

0.002

(0.02 mol/L)(0.002 L) = C2(0.02 L)


0.0004 mol = C2 (0.02 L)

0.002 mol/L

C2= 0.0004 mol/ 0.02 L


C2 = 0.002 mol/L

2.

3.

Concentration vs. Time


70

y = 638528x2 - 12529x + 79.708

60
50
40
Time (s)
30
20
10
0
0

0.002

0.004

0.006

0.008

Concentration of KIO3 (mol/L)

0.01

0.012