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5. What is the volume of 1 mole of hydrogen gas? – Student Sheet

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Teaching AS Chemistry Practical Skills

**By the end of this practical you should be able to:
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• further develop skills in manipulating apparatus and accurate measurement;

• use the mole concept;

• calculate the molar volume at room temperature and pressure.

Background information

Magnesium reacts with acid to give a salt and water.

Question

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**Write the word and balanced equation for the reaction of magnesium with dilute
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hydrochloric acid.

**If the mass of magnesium is measured, then the moles of magnesium can be calculated.
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Once this amount is known, you can use the equation you have written in Question 1 to

calculate the moles of hydrogen that are produced. If the volume of this amount of hydrogen

is measured, then you can calculate the volume of 1 mole, also known as the molar volume.

Safety

You must wear eye protection throughout this experiment.

Hydrochloric acid is corrosive. (Although the solution is very dilute, you should

mop up any spillages and rinse any solution off your skin or clothing with water).

Magnesium ribbon is highly flammable

Procedure

1.

**Clean a piece of magnesium ribbon about 3.5 cm long then weigh it accurately. This
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should weigh between 0.02 g and 0.04 g; if not, adjust the length of magnesium until it

does.

2.

**Place about 30 cm3 1M hydrochloric acid in the burette and top this up to 50 cm3 with
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water.

3.

Push the magnesium into the top of the burette, above the liquid level, so that it is held

by its own tension (see Fig. 5.1).

4.

Add 50 cm3 of water to a crystallising dish.

5.

Quickly invert the burette into the water. Provided you do this quickly and carefully, you

will lose very little of the liquid in the burette. The liquid level should be on the graduated

scale. If it is not, open the tap for a moment to allow the level to drop. Record the burette

reading.

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Intended lesson outcomes

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One mole of any gas occupies the same volume when measured under the same conditions

of temperature and pressure. In this experiment you will calculate the volume of 1 mole of

hydrogen at room temperature and pressure.

t. (c) What is the volume of 1 mole of hydrogen gas at the temperature and pressure of the laboratory? 3 The general gas equation is pV = nRT. Questions 2 (a) How many moles of magnesium did you use? (b) How many moles of hydrogen are produced? To calculate this you will need to refer to the equation you wrote in Question 1. This can be used to calculate the volume of gas as standard temperature and pressure (s.Teaching AS Chemistry Practical Skills Appendix 2 Figure 5. note the new volume and calculate the volume of hydrogen produced.p.t. 50 © University of Cambridge International Examinations 2006 . the equation for calculating this is V1 V2 = T1 T2 Calculate the molar volume at s. T is the temperature and R is the ideal gas constant. Soon the acid will diffuse down to the magnesium and it will begin to react.p. 8.). R and p stay the same. When the magnesium has all reacted. where p is the pressure. Remember that the scale is now upside down.1 6. Record the temperature of the laboratory. Since n. 7. Clamp the burette and record the volume.

(c) This will depend on the temperature and pressure of the room but students can expect an answer of approximately 24 dm3.33x10-4 mol and 1. Technical information Requirements per student/group: Crystallising dish 50. Answers to questions on the Student Sheet 1 magnesium + hydrochloric acid → magnesium chloride Mg(s) + 2HCl(aq) → MgCl2(aq) 2 (a) Moles of Mg used = mass of Mg/Ar(Mg) + + hydrogen H2(g) It should be between 8. If this has not been covered in theory. The actual practical should take approximately 30 minutes. Learning outcomes These are printed on the Student Sheet. What is the volume of 1 mole of hydrogen gas? – Teachers’ Notes In this practical students react magnesium quantitatively with hydrochloric acid. If the liquid level is not on the scale. Inverting the burette safely and with little loss of liquid is not difficult but you will need to demonstrate the procedure before they start.67x10-3 mol.04 g standard magnesium ribbon (this is about 3.0 cm3 burette Clamp stand 1 mol dm-3 hydrochloric acid 0. They collect the hydrogen gas and calculate the molar volume. while saving a more rigorous explanation until later. A suggested approach Begin by explaining to students that the molar volume of any gas is always the same at the same temperature and pressure.Teaching AS Chemistry Practical Skills Appendix 2 5. Bring the lip of the crystallising dish up to the top of the burette and rest it there. (b) This depends on the moles of Mg used. 3 The volume at s. It will be the same value as calculated in (a).t.02 g – 0.p. MSDS sheets should be consulted so that the correct action can be taken in event of a spillage and/or accident. you may wish to give a very brief explanation. In this experiment they are going to calculate this volume under room conditions. Question 3 uses the general equation. The main point is that the volume of a gas varies in direct proportion to the temperature. Now swing the tap end round and upright.5 cm) Thermometer Safety The main points are included on the Student Sheet but it is the teacher’s responsibility to ensure that a full risk assessment is carried out prior to the practical session. (0ºC) will be approximately 22.4 dm3. 51 © University of Cambridge International Examinations 2006 . open the tap momentarily to allow the liquid level to drop down to the scale. There will then be time for students to do the calculations.

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