Experiment 8 - SynthesisofMetalOxalateCompounds...

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Synthesis of Metal Oxalate Compounds Sidney Sherrill Emily Teeter Nick T March 28, 2011 Chem 1212K-A01 I certify this work is my own. ___________________________
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Data/Results Moles of starting reagents: . × . = . 1 666 g FeCl3∙H2O 1 mol FeCl3∙H2O 270 3 g FeCl3∙H2O 006 mol FeCl3∙H2O . × . = . 6 537 g K2C2O4∙H2O 1 mol K2C2O4∙H2O184 2 g K2C2O4∙H2O 035 mol K2C2O4∙H2O * FeCl3∙H2O  has the least number of moles and is therefore the limiting reagent Theoretical yield: + + + FeCl3∙6H2O 3K2C2O4∙H2O K3FeC2O43∙3H2O 3KCl 6H2O . × × . 006 mol FeCl3∙H2O 1 mol K3FeC2O43∙3H2O1 mol FeCl3∙H2O 491 258 g = . K3FeC2O43∙3H2O1 mol K3FeC2O43∙3H2O 2 948 g K3FeC2O43∙3H2O × = Actual yieldTheoretical yield 100 Percent yield . . × = . % 4 043 g K3FeC2O43∙3H2O 2 948 g K3FeC2O43∙3H2O 100 137 14 yield Hand drawn products:
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Discussion The purpose of this experiment is to synthesize metal oxalate compounds from  combining a metal ion and the potassium salt of oxalic acid in water.  The oxalate 
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