By William L. Masterton, Emil Slowinski, Wayne C. Wolsey
CHEMICAL ideas within the LABORATORY, 8th version keeps to construct on its strengths via sincerely providing the fundamental ideas of chemistry. The lab guide keeps to take care of the prime quality, time-tested experiments and methods that experience develop into hallmark gains through the lifetime of this title.
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Write the equation for a sodium salt and then for a potassium salt. d. How many moles of the chloride salt would be produced from one mole of original compound? ____________ e. How many grams of the chloride salt would be produced from one molar mass of original compound? Molar masses: NaHCO3 ____________ g Na2CO3 ____________ g NaCl ____________ g KHCO3 ____________ g K2CO3 ____________ g KCl ____________ g If a sodium salt, ____________ g original compound → ____________ g chloride If a potassium salt, ____________ g original compound → ____________ g chloride f.
Experiment as directed by your instructor. Dispose of the liquid waste and copper produced in the Name _____________________________________ Section ________________________________ Experiment 4 Data and Calculations: Determination of a Chemical Formula Atomic masses: Copper ______________ Cl ______________ H ______________ O ______________ Mass of crucible ______________ g Mass of crucible and hydrated sample ______________ g Mass of hydrated sample ______________ g Mass of crucible and dehydrated sample ______________ g Mass of dehydrated sample ______________ g Mass of filter paper ______________ g Mass of filter paper and copper ______________ g Mass of copper ______________ g No.
Weigh the cooled crucible along with its cover and contents. Examine the solid residue. Add water until the crucible is two thirds full and stir. Warm gently if the residue does not dissolve readily. Does the residue appear to be soluble in water? DISPOSAL OF REACTION PRODUCTS. your instructor. Dispose of the residues in this experiment as directed by Name ____________________________________ Section ________________________________ Experiment 6 Data and Calculations: Properties of Hydrates A. Identification of Hydrates H2O appears Color of residue Water soluble Hydrate Nickel chloride _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Potassium chloride _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Sodium tetraborate _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Sucrose _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Calcium carbonate _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Barium chloride _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Observations Conclusions B.
Chemical Principles in the Laboratory (8th Edition) by William L. Masterton, Emil Slowinski, Wayne C. Wolsey