CHEM Electrolytes2

CHEM Electrolytes2 - Lab Report: Electrolytes I ntroduction...

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Unformatted text preview: Lab Report: Electrolytes I ntroduction A group of different solution will be measured for electrical conductivity. They will be classified as strong electrolytes, weak electrolytes, or non-electrolytes. The conductivity of sodium chloride (NaCl) will be measured with various additions of water (dilution). Chemical Responsibility The chemicals used in this experiment that are hazardous are ammonium chloride, ethanol, methanol, hydrochloric acid, acetic, acid, ammonia, and sodium hydroxide. Ammonium chloride is toxic by ingestion. Ethanol is a flammable liquid and toxic. Methanol is a flammable liquid and toxic. Hydrochloric acid is toxic, corrosive and may cause burns. Acetic acid is toxic, corrosive and may cause burns. Ammonia is toxic, corrosive, a respiratory ir ritant, and may cause permanent fogging to soft contact lenses. Sodium hydroxide is toxic, corrosive and may cause burns. Other chemicals used are calcium chloride, sodium chloride, and sucrose. None of these chemicals have major health risks. At the completion of the experiment, all salt solutions will major health risks....
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