chem 3AL experiment 2

chem 3AL experiment 2 - Atif Saleem, Chem 3AL, Section 101...

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Atif Saleem, Chem 3AL, Section 101 Discussion: Experiment 2 Investigation Solubility and Acid-Base Reactions In Part I of the experiment, we tested solute miscibility with a non-polar solvent. Our solvent was hexane (ID-ID, refer to Figure 1), and our solutes were diethyl ether (D-D), ethyl acetate (D-D), acetone (D-D), ethanol (D-D), dichloromethane (D-D), and water(H-B). After the addition of each of the solutes, the solution remained the same as before, exhibiting properties of hexane. These properties included a strong smell, and a clear color. In Part II, we tested solute miscibility with a polar solvent. The polar solvent we used was water (H-B), and we tested the solubility of diethyl ether(D-D), ethyl acetate(D-D), dichloromethane(D-D), acetone(D-D), ethanol(D-D), and toluene(ID-ID) in it, with mixtures including ID-ID interactions. For the mixtures including diethyl ether, ethyl acetate, and dichloromethane with water, a dense bubble formed at the top of the solution, and it sank to the bottom for the dichloromethane. As for the mixtures including acetone, ethanol, and toluene, an oily substance was seen throughout upon
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