Synthesis of a Nickel Compound

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Synthesis of a Nickel Compound: Stoichiometry, Product Yield, and Limiting Reactant Derek Ems Jon Pool TA: Rachel October 10, 2007 1. Purpose In this experiment ethylenediamine is added to a hydrated nickel compound until it is fully chelated. Then using the given equation, molar mass for the nickel-containing reactant or the nickel-containing product must be found. Other calculations that must be determined are: the limiting reactant and percent yield. Good observational skills are also required when observing the reaction take place because the different colors that occur must be recorded. 2. Data 1. Added 4.824 g NiCl 2 6H 2 0 2. Added 5.2 ml of deionized water 3. Went from bright green to darker green Vial Weight (in grams) 13.0025 Vial and Precipitate (in grams) 18.8618 Precipitate (in grams) 5.8593 Density of Ethylenediamine (g/ml) 0.8995 Concentration of Ethylenediamine 25% by volume Actual Mass of Ethylenediamine (in grams) 4.498
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Theoretical Mass of Ethylenediamine (in grams)
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