exp 9 - Experiment-9 CHEMICAL REACTION INVOLVING LIMITING...

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Experiment -9 CHEMICAL REACTION INVOLVING LIMITING REAGENT Prepared by: Friday Groups (10:15-12:00) Group no:1 05-05-7311 Serhan KILIÇ 05-05-7324 Gonca KARABULUT 05-05-7349 Ceren YILDIRIM Submitted to: Ar.Gör. Dilek SELVİ Ar.Gör. Tülay GÜNGÖREN Kim.Y.Müh. Pınar DEMİR May 18, 2007 Bornova, İzmir
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SUMMARY In this experiment, we tried to observe the precipitation reaction between sodium carbonate and calcium chloride. With observing the precipitation, we determine which of the reagents is the limiting reagent. According to the results, we measured the actual yield and theoretical yield to find the percent yield. So we had learned the difference between the actual and theoretical yield. In this experiment we used erlenmeyer flasks,burettes and fitler paper
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TABLE of CONTENTS Summary 1. Aim ............................................................................................................. 1 2. Results ........................................................................................................ 2 3. Discussion ................................................................................................. 3 4. Nomenclature ............................................................................................ 4 5. References ................................................................................................. 5 6. Appendix ................................................................................................... 6
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1.0 AIM The aim of this experiment is to investigate precipitation reaction between two soluble salts and to identify which of the reagents is the limiting reactant. Also percent yield which is a measure of the efficiency of the experimental design will be calculated.
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2.0 RESULTS
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