Separating a Mixture of Compounds - Separating a Mixture of...

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Separating a Mixture of Compounds Part 1: Separate the Ammonium Chloride Lab Results 1. Record the following data in the table below. a mass of the empty evaporating dish (g) 76g b mass of the evaporating dish plus the powder mixture sample (g) 86g Data Analysis 2. Record the following data in the table below. a mass of the sample (g) 10g b mass of the evaporating dish and the remaining contents after sublimation (g) 84.778g c mass of NH 4 Cl in the sample (g) 1.222g Part 2: Separate the Sand Lab Results 1. Calculate and record the following data in the table below. a mass of empty beaker #1 85g b mass of the beaker with the SiO 2 after decanting 91.158g c mass of empty beaker #2 85g
Data Analysis 2. Calculate the mass of the SiO 2 in the mixture.
Part 3: Separate the Sodium Chloride Lab Results

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