A 1.013-g sample of ZnSO4•xH2O is dissolved in an aqueous solution of BaCl2. The pure BaSO4 precipitate is filtered out of solution, dried, and its mass is determined to be 0.9400 g. What is the value of x in ZnSO4•xH2O?
1.The limiting reactant is determined in this experiment.a.What are the reactant (and their molar masses) in the experiment?b.How is the limiting reactant determined in the experiment?2.Experimental Procedure, Part A.2. What is the procedure and purpose of digesting the precipitate?3.Two special...
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The CaC2O4.H2O precipitate is not completely air-dried when its mass is determined. Will the reported mass of the limiting reagent in the original salt mixture be reported too high or too low? Explain.
Sorry for the last confusion. I attached the document if it can be of any help.After completing part III of the experiment, I was able to fill out the initial mass of aspirin sample (0.1027) in Table 3 and abosrbance of aspirin sample (0.4555). From here, the part that I'm confused on is how...
The CaC2O4-H2O precipitate is not completely air-dried when its mass is determined. Will the reported massof the limiting reactant in the original salt mixture be reported too high or too low? Explain.
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