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06.04 Reaction Rates and Temperature Laboratory

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Salim Asaad

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[06.04] Reaction Rates and Temperature Laboratory
Data Table
TEST 1:
Hot: 22.00
Cold: 26.16

TEST 2:
Hot: 12.46
Cold: 24.13
Conclusion
What evidence indicates that a chemical reaction took place?
The dissolving of the antacid in the water.
Was your hypothesis correct? Support your answer with data from your experiment.
It was. The antacid dissolved faster than the cold water because the molecules are more reactive to warm water.
Predict what would happen if we conducted the same experiment with room temperature water.
I believe it would dissolve quicker than it would in colder water, but would take longer than if it was in warm water.

Hypothesis
I Believe the hotter water will affect the reaction more so than the colder water because once there is kinetic energy the molecules begin to move faster. The result of this will be a faster dissolving of the antacid.
Materials
4 antacid tablets
2 clear cups labeled Hot and Cold
Water
Timing Device
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