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Experiment #2 Aqueous Solutions and Solution Stoichiometry Chemistry 117 - 529 Kevin Falting Wednesday September 23 rd , 2009 Lab Partner: Zach Thomas Summary: In experiment #2, aqueous solutions and solution stoichiometry, we performed a titration on H 2 SO 4 and Ba(OH) 2 . The first part of the experiment was testing through electrolysis to see if a few different substances were strong, weak, or non electrolytes. We found that the type of electrolyte was directly linked to it's chemical makeup. Certain salts and ionic compounds are more prone to dissociation and thus become much more stronger electrolytes. Most of the covalent compounds don't dissociate very well; therefore are left to be weak or non electrolytes. Water was interesting because it had different electrolysis readings when comparing tap water to distilled water. The tap water contained impurities like some salts which made it conduct electricity better than distilled water. The second part of the experiment is the part which involved H 2 SO 4
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