Wayne_Kocher_CHM107LL_A5 Make a new compound

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5. Make a New Compound!                                                                    Materials: Your lab kit and distilled water. Safety: Wash hands before and after this lab. Do not work near food or drink. Part I: Prepare the solutions Directions: 1. Clean 4 test tubes by rinsing with water and label the test tubes #1, #2, #3, and #4. 2. Prepare an aqueous copper sulfate solution in test tube #1. Measure four large scoops of copper sulfate into a test tube using the small end of the straw-scoop. Add 10 milliliters of water to the test tube using your graduated cylinder. Swirl the test tube gently until the copper sulfate dissolves. Be careful not to spill the solution. Label the test tube “Copper sulfate” using the wax pencil. 3. In test tube #2, use the same method to prepare a magnesium sulfate solution. 4. In test tube #3, use the same method to prepare a sodium carbonate solution. 5. In test tube #4, use the same method to prepare a second sodium carbonate solution.
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