Rates of Reaction
My method of obtaining results went smoothly because it was accurate and the consequence was that we could draw reliable graphs. The results were reliable and quite accurate and there were no anomalous results. The only slightly off point on the graphs was for 1.0M. This may have been because the heat produced from the reaction sped it up more in relation to the other concentrations. The procedure was suitable for the results we wanted to obtain because it was quick, fair and quite accurate. Although, the results were excellent, they were not perfect. Some of the reasons for this may be:
*When the reaction takes place, bubbles of H2 are given off, which might stay on the magnesium, therefore reducing the surface area of the magnesium so the acid cannot react properly so this affects the results.
- Gravimetric Determination of Water in Hydrated Magnesium Chloride
- Magnesium, a description of the element
- Rates of Reaction
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