chem lab 2 - Jonathan Retta Kristin C. Halfpenny Chemist...

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Jonathan Retta Desk # Kristin C. Halfpenny Thursday 9:35-12:25 Chemist for Hire Introduction The objective of this lab was to determine how much of a certain solution, A, B, or C, when mixed with 10 mL of solution X (silver nitrate) could produce a precipitate that could determine the unknown solutions place on the periodic table by means of determining its mass. The objective of Part II of this lab was to, by means of ratio evaluation, to determine how much of the M&M's were required to fill up the Kandimonium ratio equally. After doing this, the atomic mass of Kandimonium was to be discovered. Procedure For Part I, we began by measuring out 10 ml of silver nitrate into a graduated cylinder. Then, 10 mL of solution "B" was measured out into a graduated cylinder and mixed with the silver nitrate into a beaker. This solution was then thoroughly mixed for approximately five minutes. After being mixed, the solution was then filtered through filter paper into a Buchner funnel, then filtered into a filtering flask. The solution was
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2009 for the course CHEM 100 taught by Professor Phillips during the Fall '07 term at Vanderbilt.

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