Kayla Lab 4

Kayla Lab 4 - Background Procedure Refer to experiment 3 in...

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Background Procedure Refer to experiment 3 in Utecht, R.; Downey, T.; Miller, M.; Hirko, R.; Chem112L- General Chemistry 1 Laboratory, 3 rd ed. Cache House, Inc. Eden Prairie, MN, 2009. Observations CuSO 4 is bright blue when it is hydrated. MgSO 4 is white when it is hydrated. The crucible of Copper Sulfate looks dirty at the bottom but it really is only warped from all the other times it was used. The crucible of magnesium sulfate looks dirty black at the bottom. Copper Sulfate is very fine bright blue powder type material before it is heated. Magnesium Sulfate looks like white rock salt and the particles look bigger than Copper Sulfate, before heated. Copper Sulfate becomes a greenish white color when it’s heated. When Magnesium Sulfate is heated it makes a boiling noise and the crystals move around. As Magnesium Sulfate keeps getting heated it becomes transparent. It also looks gooey. The flame of the bunsen burner is blue. The molecular weight of CuSO
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2009 for the course CHEM ch taught by Professor Saramadsen during the Spring '09 term at SD State.

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