Thermochemistry - Hess Law
This lab activity will help your students understand the method of determining the heat of reactions from experimental data and performing Hess's Law to prove that reactions add up to an overall equation. Students will determine the heat of reactions for three related chemical reactions. Preparation for this activity will take no more than 20 minutes with my helpful teacher prep guide that gives you the proper dilutions for each solution, and gives you tips and tricks to help your lab run as smoothly as possible.
This lab activity includes:
•Student lab sheet
•Teacher Prep Guide
Other Thermochemistry lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: Introduction to Thermochemistry
Lesson Plan: Calorimetry and q=mcT
Lesson Plan: Thermochemical Equations
Lesson Plan: Limiting Reactants with Thermochemical Equations
Lesson Plan: Heating Curves
Lesson Plan: Hess’s Law
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Great labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Heats of Reactions (Hess’ Law)
Lab Activity: Constructing Heating and Cooling Curves for Lauric Acid
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