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

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Separating a Mixtureof CompoundsPart 1: Separate the AmmoniumChlorideLab Results1.Record the following data in the table below.amass of the empty evaporating dish (g)76.000gbmass of the evaporating dish plus the powdermixture sample (g)86.000gData Analysis2.Record the following data in the table below.amass of the sample (g)10.000gbmass of the evaporating dish and the remainingcontents after sublimation (g)84.778gcmass of NH4Cl in the sample (g)8.778gPart 2: Separate the Sand
Lab Results1.Calculate and record the following data in the table below.amass of empty beaker #185.000gbmass of the beaker with the SiO2afterdecanting91.158gcmass of empty beaker #26.158gData Analysis2.Calculate the mass of the SiO2in the mixture.
Part 3: Separate the SodiumChlorideLab Results1.What did you observe during the evaporation technique?

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Term
Fall
Professor
HaroldH.Trimm
Tags
Late Nite Labs, Sodium chloride, SiO2, 0g, 2 g

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