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Kenny Anton Lab Partner: Matt Foster April 5, 2008 Aqueous Solutions and Solution Stoichiometry Summary: In this experiment we tested the conductivity of various solutions. These solutions included; CH3COOH, CACL2, CH3OH, NACL, distilled H2O, Tap water, and HCL. We were then able to find just how strong of an electrolyte each one of these substances was. In the second part of the experiment we used about 35-40 m/l of H2SO4 and recorded the concentration. We then filled a beaker with 70 m/l of Ba(OH)2 and added two drops of phenolphthalein indicator into the beaker with the barium hydroxide. Then we added .08 mol H2SO4 to the barium hydroxide .5 m/l at a time, every time recording the new conductivity. We added H2SO4 to the barium hydroxide until the phenolphthalein indicator was no longer visible and graphed our results. Part A of experiment: Solution Conductivity Strength of electrolyte .1 m CH3COOH 207 Weak .1 m CACL2 779 Strong CH3COH 154 Weak NaCl 709 Strong Distilled H2O 270 Weak HCL 1493 Very Strong Tap Water 293 Weak Part B of experiment: Volume m/ Conductivity
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