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Sam Eichenblatt A2 Discussion/Conclusion lab 3 Lab three was split into two different experiments. In the first we had to test the conductivity of 9 different substances. These substances consisted of mostly salts and acids. All of the salts had a high level of conductivity, while on the other hand, only the strong acids had a high conductivity level. The weak acids had very low electrolyte levels because they don’t disassociate completely, thus less electricity is created when put into water. On the other hand, strong acids and salts both disassociate very easily in water, and cause a higher level of conductivity in the solution. This is seen when we put aluminum nitrate into a solution and tested its conductivity. Aluminum nitrate has the highest amount of ions in it, and out of all the salts it has the highest conductivity. The second experiment that was done was a series of 12 molecular reactions. The reactions ranged from precipitate, redox, and acid-base. During the three acid base
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2010 for the course CHEM 1310 taught by Professor Cox during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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