I imagine you somehow measured the temperature change, and also how much energy you put into the system? Can you post your procedure?
yes but it is a long one... (oh yes we did keep track of temp via thermometer)
You will not us any glassware from you lab drawer during this lab.
Make an aluminum ring mold for your sucker, and tape it securely on wax paper. Insert a sucker stick through the aluminum mold.
3: Record the mass of 30.00g of sugar and add to a 600-ml beaker.
4: Record the volume of 20.00 ml of water and add to a 600-ml beaker.
5: Record the volume of 20.00 ml of corn syrup and add to a 600-ml beaker. Record the total mass of the solution. Density of corn syrup is 1.30 g/ml.
6: Heat contents of the 600-ml beaker over a Bunsen burner with constant
7: Record the temperature of the solution every 30 seconds
8: Remove the beaker from the heat when the temperature reaches 148 - 154 o
Continue to stir as the solution begins to cool and thicken. Do not allow the solution to harden in the beaker.
the rest of the steps involve us pouring our solutions into the molds.