Kimberly TroncosoExperiment #152/28/18Objective: To use my knowledge of chemical equilibrium to determine the reaction that occurs between iron(III) and thiocyanate. I will then use my knowledge and this experiment todetermine the numerical value of the equilibrium constant for formation of iron thiocyanate. I will achieve this by imputing my data to multiple equations.Hypothesis: The reactions which forms iron thiocyanate is the pathway for the reaction of iron (III) with thiocyanate.Variables: The iron nitrate and the volume of the samples are independent variables.Experimental procedure:-Prepare 5 samples according to the chart on page 70 in the lab manual.-Obtain 30mL of iron(III) nitrate and 15mL of Potassium thiocyanate.S1: 5mL iron(III) nitrate, 1mL Potassium thiocyanate, 4mL D.I waterS2: 5mL iron(III) nitrate, 2mL Potassium thiocyanate, 3mL D.I waterS3: 5mL iron(III) nitrate, 3mL Potassium thiocyanate, 2mL D.I waterS4: 5mL iron(III) nitrate, 4mL Potassium thiocyanate, 1mL D.I waterS5: 5mL iron(III) nitrate, 5mL Potassium thiocyanate, NO mL D.I water
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