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Experiment 2 – Separation of the Components of a Mixture Shivani Nagpaul Chemistry 121 1/25/10 Mr. Spilker
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Purpose – The purpose of the experiment is to separate the different components of the mixtures made by using the appropriate method based on the level of solubility. Then after the separation is made the point is to find the mass of the components. Procedure – Refer to pages 15-16 of the General Chemistry volume 1 by Judith Casey and Robert Tatz. Report Sheet – See attached report sheet. Sample Calculations - Sample calculation for exponent x… - Mass of watch glass – 55.1147 grams - Mass of watch glass and organic solid x – 55.4897 grams - Mass of organic solid x = mass of watch glass and organic solid-mass of watch glass o 55.4897 grams-55.1147 grams=.375000 grams – 6 significant figures. - Percent of organic component x=mass of component/mass of total sample o .375000 grams/.57810 gram x 100%=64.868% - 5 significant figures. Report Questions: -
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