Modelling the relationship between reaction quotient and equilibrium constant when changing temperature and pressure of the Haber reaction using spreadsheets

Subject: Chemistry
Topic: Modelling the relationship between reaction quotient and equilibrium constant when changing temperature and pressure of the Haber reaction using spreadsheets

Paper details:

This is an Research paper for the IB Diploma, the Internal Assessment. It requires in depth analysis of the topic and development. It has to include an array of different types of information representation and a specific structure. Every source has to be cited.

No plagiarism is allowed. There are five criteria. Personal Engagement, Exploration, Analysis, Evaluation and Communication. The evidence of personal engagement with the exploration have to be clear with significant independent thinking, initiative or creativity.

The justification given for choosing the research question and/or the topic under investigation demonstrates personal significance, interest or curiosity. There has to be evidence of personal input and initiative in the designing, implementation or presentation of the investigation.

The topic of the investigation has to be identified and a relevant and fully focused research question is clearly described. The background information provided for the investigation has to be entirely appropriate and relevant and to enhance the understanding of the context of the investigation.

The methodology of the investigation has to be highly appropriate to address the research question because it takes into consideration all, or nearly all, of the significant factors that may influence the relevance, reliability and sufficiency of the collected data.

The report has to show evidence of full awareness of the significant safety, ethical or environmental issues that are relevant to the methodology of the investigation. * This indicator should only be applied when appropriate to the investigation.

The report has to include sufficient relevant quantitative and qualitative raw data that could support a detailed and valid conclusion to the research question. Appropriate and sufficient data processing has to be carried out with the accuracy required to enable a conclusion to the research question to be drawn that is fully consistent with the experimental data. The report has to show evidence of full and appropriate consideration of the impact of measurement uncertainty on the analysis.

The processed data has to be correctly interpreted so that a completely valid and detailed conclusion to the research question can be deduced. A detailed conclusion has to be described and justified which is entirely relevant to the research question and fully supported by the data presented. A conclusion has to be correctly described and justified through relevant comparison to the accepted scientific context. Strengths and weaknesses of the investigation, such as limitations of the data and sources of error, have to be discussed and provide evidence of a clear understanding of the methodological issues involved in establishing the conclusion. Realistic and relevant suggestions for the improvement and extension of the investigation have to be discussed. The presentation of the investigation has to be clear.

The report has to be well structured and clear: the necessary information on focus, process and outcomes is present and presented in a coherent way. The report has to be relevant and concise thereby facilitating a ready understanding of the focus, process and outcomes of the investigation. The use of subject specific terminology and conventions has to be appropriate and correct.

Any errors do not hamper understanding. *For example, incorrect/missing labelling of graphs, tables, images; use of units, decimal places. As i mentioned before, labelling is very important and every outside souriquce that has been used needs to be cited.SHOW LESS

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