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Anthony Laird April 16, 2018 Lab Experiment #10 Chemistry of Life: Bonding and Properties of Water Lab Partners: N/A
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Chemistry of Life: Bonding and Properties of Water Purpose The purpose of this lab is to see how the properties of water and the bonding of water work. Hypothesis My hypothesis for the first activity is below in question 3. Activity 2 I think that the pepper will sink to the bottom. Pre-laboratory Questions 1. Is sodium chloride an ionic compound or a covalent compound? What happens to the atoms in NaCl when the compound is dissolved in water?
2. Is sucrose, C 12 H 22 O 11 , an ionic or a covalent compound? What happens to the sucrose molecules when this solute is dissolved in water?
3. Make a prediction about the solubility of each solute in each solvent examined in Activity 1. You may find it useful to look up the chemical structure of each solute and determine the extent of its polarity . Water (H 2 O) Isopropanol (C 3 H 8 O) Sodium chloride (NaCl) Will Dissolve Will Dissolve Sucrose (C 12 H 22 O 11 )

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