lab 2 prelab

Lab 2 prelab - The following items deal with safety issues in the Solutions and Spectroscopy experiment Check all the boxes that contain correct

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experiment. Check all the boxes that contain correct answers to each question. a. Copper(II) sulfate involves the following hazards: It's highly corrosive. It's toxic. It's an irritant. It's a carcinogen. It's flammable. b. If you spill copper(II) sulfate solution on yourself, you should flush the affected area with water. neutralize it with a solution of sodium bisulfite. dry the area with paper towels but avoid getting it wet. neutralize it with a solution of sodium bicarbonate. c. Proper clothing for laboratory includes:: A shirt that covers the shoulders (has sleeves) Tank tops without sleeves Shirt and pants should overlap 6" Shoes that cover heels and toes Pants that extend to the ankles Sandals Shorts This question deals with waste disposal in the Solutions and Spectroscopy experiment. Check all the boxes that correctly complete the following statement. Waste solutions containing copper ion are to be dumped in a beaker labeled "waste copper" on one's bench during the experiment. flushed down the sink. returned to the bottle containing 0.5 M copper sulfate solution. disposed of in the bottle for waste copper ion when work is completed.
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course CHEM 202 taught by Professor Feducia during the Spring '09 term at N.C. State.

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Lab 2 prelab - The following items deal with safety issues in the Solutions and Spectroscopy experiment Check all the boxes that contain correct

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