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I the halls turned a red color i'mmedicarewin_ _placing\ them!
inside the cuckz and taking them out for_ as iblit second.`
This is most likely due to the reaction immediately``
starting to take place. The Leaning of chely that the
nail received allowed the hall to forma red clay to indicate
the reaction taking place^
When we lifted off the para thing Off_ of the but^ ^ the
cvel, turned into a c_elbuy - green substance . this Is
most likely due to the reaction having taken place.
Since Viron\ Element switched to be with the chloride
`element in the products, that resulted from the sing Le
replacement , this formed a new compound which \ed
to| a change in color of the liquid. If
(3) the copper 'tell to The bottom and got isNik to the bottom of
the b.f.J. even after filtering because during the reaction , it's`
partner ( chloride ) attached to the other element (iron, and let's
the Corper by itself, without anything to attach to``
tell to the bottom of The jar and SNUCK not having any thing
else to react to or replace in the reaction .|
( 4)| The nails\ were covered in copper after W` wished he puledi`
in the next day because it was residue that was left
after the reaction . this is similar to` # 3 whore It sticks to`
the bottom of the jar but instead ; + stuck to the ball
be cause it| didn't have any other element to attach ; to
since the chloride , and` The Iron teamed Up .
\6 after we scrapped the copper off the nails the nails
were left: dented because the reaction changed they
State in which the hull looked like\ and the" Mericais`
that were replaced as a result: since , the copper was taken
away from the nail, it changed the physical features of it\
because it is a| diff. product .
6) The nails had lost mass When we were done scrapping the
because it needed to use Iron to_ react_ | and this\\
caused rust which allowed some of the hail to
wme off with the scrapping of it and therefore
it caused a reduction in the maps...
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- Spring '17
- Jeffrey Shull
- Chemical element, Replacements