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Lab #2 - Reactions of Household Chemicals Sylwester Czado...

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Reactions of Household Chemicals Sylwester Czado Chemistry 191 Lab Report, Experiment #4 Lab Partner: Ellen Richer Brian Corbett 9-22-05 Introduction The purpose of doing this particular experiment is to sharpen my powers of observation. I will be able to practice describing reactions of ordinary household
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chemicals with several reagents. I will be observing many different reaction patterns of household chemicals. I am using this particular method because it allows us to study and observe chemical reactions. I will be able to see the formation of an insoluble solid when two solutions are mixed, a visible color change, the evolution of a gas, the evolution or absorption of heat, and sometimes I will see no changes. Procedure 1. The supplies that are needed are: a 24-well reaction plate, 5-10 transfer pipets (50 mL) , labels, plastic film, and 4 test tubes. The household chemicals that are needed are: Clorox Liquid Bleach, Baking Soda, and Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner. The chemicals(reagents) that are needed are: Blue food color, 0.1 M AgNO 3, 0.1% Thymol Blue Indicator, 1.0 M CaCl 2 , and 6 M HCl. 2. Get the samples of the household chemicals. Read the labels of the household chemicals and write down the following: name of the product, purpose of the product, the active ingredients, amounts of concentration, and any special warnings about the chemical.
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