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Creating An Activity Series Lab Submitted by: Youssef Youssef Submitted to: Ms. Parry Submission Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Course Code: SCH 3U Purpose : To create an activity series for the following metals: copper, iron, zinc, magnesium, tin and hydrogen (acting as a metal). An activity series is a list with the most reactive element at the top and the least reactive element at the bottom. Materials : 2 Spot Plates Approximately 5g of Tin (1 gram for each test) One Scoopula Approximately 5g of Magnesium (1 gram for each test) Safety Goggle Approximately 5g of Iron (1 gram for each test) One ml Waste Beaker Approximately 5g of Zinc (1 gram for each test) Wooden Mixing Sticks Approximately 5 cm of Copper wire (1 cm for each test) Paper Towels 50 ml of Zinc Sulfate (ZnSO 4 ) (aq) (10 ml each test) Droppers 50 ml of Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) (aq) (10 ml each test) Magnifying Glass 50 ml of Magnesium Nitrate (Mg(NO 3 ) 2 ) (aq) (10 ml each test) Sink and Water 50 ml of Copper(II) Chloride (CuCl 2 ) (aq) (10 ml each test) Pencil/Pen and observation sheet or table 50 ml of Iron (III) Nitrate (Fe(NO 3 ) 3 ) (aq) (10 ml each test)
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Procedure: 1. All material are to be setup day of lab (Solutions are made and ready for use, metals and other materials are available for use) 2. Make sure that area the lab is being performed on is cleared and safe to work on 3. Safety goggles put on and safety precautions followed (Rolled up sleeves, tied up long hair, etc.) 4.
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