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### We found 62 resources with the concept calorimetry

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#### Calorimetry Problems

In this calorimetry worksheet, high schoolers complete 30 problems. They calculate the change in heat of a system given the mass and the change in temperature of the system. Students also find the final temperature of a reaction given...

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#### Chemistry Module 2 - Specifications

A valuable resource provides a list of concepts that young chemists should grasp. The topics include energetics, kinetics, equilibria, redox reactions, and the halogen group. Employ this as a guide for your own curriculum planning, or a...

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#### The Heat of Fusion of Ice

Students measure the heat of fusion of ice. In this heat of fusion lesson plan, students use a calorimeter or Styrofoam cup and thermometer to measure the change in temperature of the water in their calorimeter. This allows students to...

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#### Melting and Freezing Behavior

Students investigate melting and freezing behavior in substances. For this melting and freezing points lesson plan, students perform experiments to test the impact of various salts on the freezing point of water, they test the impact of...

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#### Phase Changes and Heat

In this phase changes learning exercise, students use the specific heats for different substances to determine how much heat is needed for those substance to change phases. This learning exercise has 9 problems to solve.

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#### What Are You Eating?

Discover the calorie content of foods by observing how much heat they produce in water. If you have a calculator-based laboratory (CBL™) insturment for collecting data, then this laboratory worksheet will not need any changes. If not,...

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#### Heat - A Form of Energy

Middle school or high school physical science pupils will warm up to the topic of heat when viewing this set of slides. It covers heat transfer, measurement tools, phase changes, and more. Have demonstrations and examples of the tools...

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#### Finding The Heat of A Reaction

Examples of using a calorimeter to help find energy changes are given on this sheet. Next, there are questions about the various ways to process the data. Pupils will practice Hess's Law to find heat of reaction and molar enthalpy

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#### Thermal Energy: Temperature and Heat

Matter and the energy held by molecules is explained here. The information provided about the transfer of energy between substances and the resulting temperature change will be useful to your students. They will be able to work through...

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#### Calorimetry Worksheet

In this calorimetry worksheet, students calculate the heat lost or gained by a system and identify whether the reaction is exothermic and endothermic. They complete 9 problems related to calorimetry.

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#### How Much Energy is Stored in Wood?

In this energy lesson, students create calorimeters out of soda cans and use them to calculate the amount of energy stored in different types of wood.

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#### Standard Enthalpy of an Ion

Students explore exothermic and endothermic reactions. In this ions activity, students create a classroom calorimeter to measure energy of a reaction. Students measure the mass of the calorimeter and record it in a data table. Students...

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#### Measuring Calories

Students burn peanuts and marshmallows to determine the calories each contains. In this calorimetry lesson, students set up an apparatus with a ring stand and water in an aluminum can. They record the temperature of the water before and...

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#### Measuring Calories in Food

Students measure the amount of calories in food. In this food energy lesson plan, students discuss what a calorie is, how our bodies use a calorie, and how many we need. Then, students use a calorimeter to calculate the amount of energy...

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#### Calorimetry

Students investigate calorimetry and set up equipment to measure calories. In this calorimetry lesson plan, students make a calorimeter and compare large amounts of heated water with small amounts to show the difference in calories....

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#### Thermal Energy

In this thermal energy worksheet, students answer 6 questions about substances that have greater thermal energy, substances that take more thermal energy to raise their temperatures and the heat lost and gained by substances.

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#### Chemistry Lab-Heat of Fusion

Students determine the heat of fusion of ice. For this heat of fusion lesson plan, students use a calorimeter to measure the molar heat of fusion of ice. Students determine the heat required to melt one mole of ice using hot water and...

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#### AP Chemistry Thermochemistry 2

In this thermochemistry worksheet, students solve a variety of problems including finding heats or reactions, determining specific heats of substances, finding the amount of energy released in a calorimeter determining the final...

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#### WS 7.1-Specific Heat and Calorimetry

In this specific heat and calorimetry worksheet, students are given specific heats of substances and they must find the amount of heat needed for particular reactions to proceed. In addition, students find specific heats given the amount...

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#### Calorimetry

In this calorimetry worksheet, students solve seven problems including calculating heat transferred in chemical reactions, determining if heat is gained or lost, calculating heat capacity, calculating specific heat of substances and...

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#### WS 7.5 Thermodynamics Concepts and Vocabulary

In this thermodynamics worksheet, students fill in the blanks with terms related to specific heat, calorimetry, phase changes, enthalpy, entropy and free energy.

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#### Food Energy

In this food energy worksheet, students review calories and how calories are determined. Students calculate how much thermal energy it would take to raise certain volumes of water a certain number of degrees. This worksheet has 3 word...

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#### Food Energy

Students compare the energy value of traditional foods eaten by indigenous people with those of modern commercial foods. They use a calorimeter to measure and calculate the amount of stored energy in various food types, and identify the...

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#### Heat of an Unknown Metal

Eighth graders complete labs to find the specific heat of many different types of substances, and use characteristic property to identify an unknown metal. CBL be used to determine energy lost or gained, and students complete a...