Introduction to the Laboratory

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Introduction to the Laboratory Name: John Cornelio Partners: Roderick Nepomocenu Alex Nguyen Class: SCH 3U1 Date: September 11, 2010
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Purpose The purpose of this lab was to be familiarized with the equipments in the chemistry laboratory and to observed carefully the chemical reactions that have occurred. Materials 150 mm test tubes (4) 400 mL beaker wire gauze iron ring utility clamp safety goggles ring stand bunsen burner test tube clamp copper wire 1.0 mol/L hydrochloric acid mossy zinc test tube stand Procedure A. Set down ½ of test tube with HCL acid then added a piece of mossy zinc that was enough to go through the test tube. B. Set down ½ of test tube with HCL acid then added one piece of copper wire. C. Set down ½ of test tube with HCL acid added one piece of mossy zinc that was wrapped in one end with the copper wire. D. Placed mossy zinc wrapped with copper wire at one end in a dry test tube. Slowly poured down the inner side of the test tube with HCL acid until a reaction have occurred. Observation
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This note was uploaded on 07/06/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Corne during the Spring '11 term at Benedict.

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