Experiment 27

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Margaret McGraw – Section 3 Experiment 27: Determining K sp of Calcium Hydroxide Objective: To calculate the K sp of Ca(OH) 2 through the titration process. Procedure: 1. Obtain safety materials needed for the experiment. One will do the titration while the other partner will collect data on the Vernier. 2. Measure 100 mL of Ca(OH) 2 solution. 3. Using the ring stand, ring, filter funnel, and filter paper, filter Ca(OH) 2 solution into a clean solution. (Might have to use two filters) 4. From the 100 mL of the filtered solution, measure 25 mL using either a graduated cylinder or pipet and put it into a 250 mL beaker. 5. Record the exact volume of the Ca(OH) 2 solution. 6. Add DI water to the 250 mL to around the 50-75 mL mark. 7. Cover the beaker with the extra Ca(OH) s solution with parafilm. 8. Set up the Vernier and pH sensor. 9. Using a utility clamp, connect the pH sensor to the ring stand,
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