Lab #6 Write Up.docx - #3.18 Reactivity of Halide Ions Lab#7 Madison Moneymaker(even Kaylee Vipatapiln(even Justin Palisoc(odd CALCULATIONS 1 The Single

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#3.18 Reactivity of Halide Ions Lab #7 Madison Moneymaker (even) Kaylee Vipatapiln (even) Justin Palisoc (odd) October 26, 2016
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CALCULATIONS: 1. The Single Unknown Number: SU = AB SU = single unknown A = 2 B = 3 The single unknown numbers are #2 and #3. 2. The Identity of the Single Unknown A = C A = 2 C = KBr B = D B = 3 D = KI The single unknown #2 is KBr. The single unknown #3 is KI. 3. Statements to Justify: Observations for A: A = 2 When stirring the unknown and KBr, both Halides both formed yellow chunks. Also, both started with a baby blue then off- white cream color.
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Observations for B: B = 3 The immediate color of the solution was yellow. Then, it became a tie-dye green and dark blue translucent with hints of green cream. This was a major factor to differentiate. 4. The Double Unknown Number DU = H DU = Double Unknown H = 6 The double unknown solution was numbered 6. 5. The Identity of the Double Unknown: DU = JK DU = Double Unknown JK = KI & KBr The double unknown solution contained the Halides KBr and KI.
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