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Ionic Compounds

Ionic Compounds - VCL 2-5 Names and Formulas of Ionic...

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VCL 2-5: Names and Formulas of Ionic Compounds Lamb-Chem 105 In this exercise, you will go into the virtual laboratory and make a series of ionic compounds containing the cations Ag + , Pb 2+ , Fe 3+ , and Cu 2+ by mixing these ions in water solution with various anions. You will be able to observe the reactions and identify the color of the compound formed. You will then write the chemical formulas and write the chemical name. (NOTE: Follow these instructions and fill in THIS Worksheet, NOT the one in the Virtual ChemLab Workbook). 1. Start Virtual ChemLab and click on the blue Workbook. On the left page click 2-1 to 2-5. On the right page, select Names and Formulas of Ionic Compounds from the list. The lab will open in the Inorganic laboratory. 2. Enter the stockroom by clicking inside the Stockroom window (upper right corner). Once inside the stockroom, drag a test tube from the box and place it on the metal test tube stand sitting on the table just right of center. You can then click on the bottle of Ag +
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