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Relative Reactivity of Metals (1)

Relative Reactivity of Metals (1) - 23 2009 2008 Cengage...

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Unformatted text preview: 23 2009. 2008 Cengage Learning Relative Reactivity of Metals 1:70 lab Instructor lut- Srctjon Date Report Form Parts A and B Step 3:: Metal W am - -—-—-—-—;F...;—..:§E ‘mwr‘* ha- I. I __ 3b Observations-Cold Water Test Tube number ,, _, :- Step 4 (a) (b) (c) Elements which react in cold or hot water % Wt-G bk 1' n #“L W ”+0” Elements in order of decreasing activity (add more spaces below if needed) M . > ‘ S n > P E > CM Net ionic equatiois for reactions: (You may not need all these spaces.) xtlt a; _. “1904+? C,_‘.l._‘\C, (' 30‘ g__* A ' ‘ A _‘ 13m. ,, 1 f5 ———» TL, 5 " _, ”‘3' HRCD .__, 9390+ 15* (Step 15;!) Observations cold (Step 18a) Observations hot 3 M HCl Solution 3 M HCI Solution wan n ll-‘m ... 1.v‘;.-.,‘;~ and ....l M ream "“"'w-a-—u.u.‘.-....,.._:-->~z-r . Step 15b (next page) Step 18b (next page) 141 77A---____-- 7 7 . _ ~74-4--—__-----__-,__—“----_--_-~--_---HW_w—W ...
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