May 13, 2023

PART A: CalorimeterYou will be completing a lab report that is going to examine the reaction;2A(aq) + 5B(aq) –> 3C(aq) + 2D(aq) + 2075 kJGiven the following data:molar mass A = 48 g/molmolar mass B = 31 g/molThe reaction is taking place in a calorimeter that contains 4 L of water based solution.You are starting with 26g of A and 42g of B in the calorimeter.Submit a lab report using your own (made up) results that show the calorimeter registering 87% of the energy released from the reaction being absorbed by the water in the calorimeter.PART B: Rate of ReactionYou will be completing a lab report that is going to examine the reaction;2A(aq) + 5B(aq) –> 3C(aq) + 2D(aq) + 2075 kJYou are going to design a lab that will determine the rate constant for the above reaction.You have the capability of inserting a rate monitor into the solution that will tell you the rate at an instant with specific concentrations of the reactants.You must1-determine the order of each reactant2-determine the rate law (formula) for the rate of the reaction3-determine the rate constantYou are going to make up your observational data, but it must confirm that A is a first order reactant and B is a second order reactant. You can then use your (made up) rate values to determine your unique rate constant for the above reaction.

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