EXPERIMENT 3 - s of the different types of reactions...

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pH level of about 4. It is noted that 7 is neutral and the lower the number the higher the acidity of the solution; while the h EXPERIMENT 3: Types of Chemical Reactions Josué J. Negron “I commit to uphold the ideals of honor and integrity by refusing to betray the trust  bestowed upon me as a member of the Georgia Tech community.” Signature:  Josué Negron 17:28:17  Lab Partner: Ahmed  Chemistry 1310- H1 Discussion / Conclusion 
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  EXPERIMENT 3: Types of Reactions                 N e g r o n  | 2 The main conclusion that can be made in this experiment is the direct relationship of the  number of ions to the conductivity of the solution, and the direct relationship of the conductivity  to the outcome of either a strong or weak electrolyte. Referring to the data table, there were  three compounds that were non-electrolytes since they did not carry a charge or conductivity,  distilled water, ethanol, and sucrose. The other compounds that yielded many charged particles  with a high conductivity were strong electrolytes. The weak electrolytes had a low conductivity  and only partially disassociate in water. It was also concluded that while preparing the  calculations, the fastest way to calculate the number ions is to multiply the number of molecules  by the morality and lastly multiply that answer by the constant of Avogadro’s number.  In the second part of the experiment, a trend that occurred was the color changes. The 
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