Project 6 Proposal Worksheet

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Project 6 Proposal: Paint Pigmentation with Inorganic Paint Tools/Equipment Needed: - hotplate stirrers -eggs (at least two) -electronic scale -small container of glue -centrifuges -spatula -thermometer - two set of beakers (small, medium, & large) -one emission spectrum -paint brushes -glassware -cup of water (rinsing brushes) -plastic ware (i.e. vials, etc) -paper (i.e. print, paint, aluminum, etc) Proposed Pigment Synthesis: For Project 6 lab, my proposal on the procedure of the experiment involve two different inorganic pigment materials: BaNO 3 and NaSO 4 . The reaction between these two reactants has a reasonable chance of reacting because of the solubility in water which will combined (Ba) and (SO 4 ) a soluble. The balance equation for these two reactants is provided below: BaNO 3 + NaSO 4 BaSO 4 + NaNO 3 The procedure for the pigment synthesis will be provided in steps with as much detail as can be preferred for the basic lab skilled individual. Step 1: Weigh 5.0 gram of (BaNO) and place amount in a small beaker Measure 10 mL of water, add to the small beaker holding (BaNO) Stir until completely dissolved which would result in a saturated solution Step 2: Weight 2.0 grams of (NaSO) and place that amount in another small beaker
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