CHM 2046L Lab Report #2 - Electrolytes in Solution...

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Electrolytes in Solution: Completing the Circuit Brett Larose CHM 2046L Section # 19 2/03/2009
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Objectives The main purpose of this experiment is to understand the behavior of different compounds when they are dissolved in water. Another concept of this laboratory experiment is the capability to name certain compounds based on their ability to conduct electricity as either a strong, weak, or non-electrolyte. Materials/Equipment Conductivity Apparatus 100 mL Beaker 50 mL Graduated Cylinder Stirring Rod Plastic Pipet NaCl (s) NaCl (1M, aq) NaOH (1M, aq) 2M HCl (1M, aq) (1M, aq)
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Epsom Salt () Rubbing Alcohol () Baking Soda () Vinegar () De-ionized Water Procedure There were three total parts to this experiment—part A was ignored. In Part B of the experiment, the conductivity apparatus was used to measure the conductivity of 7 compounds: NaCl (s), NaCl (1M, aq), HCl (1M, aq), NaOH (1M, aq), (1M, aq), (1M, aq), and (1M, aq). After lowering the conductivity apparatus into the 100 mL beaker with the desired compound, the light was measured using the following scale: bright, dim, faint, or no light. The electrodes on the conductivity apparatus were rinsed after
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2010 for the course CHM 2046 taught by Professor Dixon during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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CHM 2046L Lab Report #2 - Electrolytes in Solution...

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