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Unformatted text preview: place were as follows: when we mixed the green granulated NiCl 2 with the C 2 H 8 N 2 the mixture turned dark blue than purple. When the acetone was added it became slushy, and turned light purple. The beaker with the mixture became warm. These observations are key factors in a chemical reaction. 2) Our % yield was 77% which is 23% off, this was probably so far off due to incorrect measuring, and we had a small spill during the exchange of chemicals. Specifically, when we added acetone in 5 mL increments, some product was lost....
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- Fall '09
- Chemistry, Chemical reaction, Chemical substance, Nickel Chloride, Katie Stonesifer Chem, hydrate reactant