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Unformatted text preview: Calcium chloride and sodium carbonate posed no major health risks. To protect our eyes, we wore safety glasses at all times. We disposed of the solutions (first by discarding the contents of the well plate and test tubes, then by rinsing them with water) in Waste Solutions. We disposed of the Pasteur pipets in the biohazard container. From the reactions, I was able to determine the solutions. Solution E was nitric acid. G was barium nitrate. M was hydrochloric acid. R was sodium carbonate. V was silver nitrate. Z was calcium chloride. I was able to come to these conclusions by comparing my data table with the table we filled out for pre-lab....
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- Fall '08