Chemistry is life lab report - M Omri Abarbanel September...

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MOmri AbarbanelSeptember 5, 2017Chem 106-13, Fall 2017Lab Report: Chemistry is LiFeResults and DiscussionChosen Elements:Bromine (Br)Hydrogen (H)Sulfur (S)Nickel (Ni)Oxygen (O) Mercury (Hg)Chlorine (Cl)Potassium (K)Nitrogen (N)Zinc (Zn)Ionic Compounds:1.KBr - Potassium bromide2.K2S - Potassium sulfide3.KCl - Potassium chloride4.NiBr3-Nickel(III) bromide5.NiS- Nickel (II) sulfide6.KOH- Potassium hydroxide7.K2SO4- Potassium sulfate8.K2CO3 - Potassium carbonate 9.NiSO4 - Nickel (II) sulfate10. Ni2(CO3)3- Nickel (III) carbonate11. HgBr2 - Mercury (II) bromide12. HgCl2- Mercury (II) chloride13. HgO - Mercury (II) oxide14. HgS - Mercury (II) sulfide15. HgSO4- Mercury (II) sulfate16. HgCO3- Mercury (II) carbonate17. Hg(OH)2- Mercury (II) hydroxide18. ZnCl2 - Zinc chloride19. ZnO - Zinc oxide20. ZnS - Zinc sulfide21. ZnBr2 - Zinc bromide22. ZnSO4- Zinc sulfate23. ZnCO3- Zinc carbonate24. Zn(OH)2- Zinc hydroxide25. NiCl3- Nickel (III) chlorideCovalent Compounds1.ClO - Chlorine monoxide2.ClO2 - Chlorine dioxide3.ClO3 - Chlorine trioxide
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