Experiment 17 - Experiment 17: Chemical Equilibrium...

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Experiment 17: Chemical Equilibrium Jonathan Brate 15 April 2009 Wednesday Group 1 TA: Yosief
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Introduction : The purpose of this experiment was to work with reversible reactions that occur in aqueous solution. More specifically, how the position of equilibrium is effected by the addition of a substance, removal of a substance, and temperature changes. When a reaction is at equilibrium the concentrations of the products and reactants no longer change. For the first part of Experiment 17, the goal was to demonstrate that reactions can be reversible. This was accomplished by taking an aqueous solution of two different ions containing chromium, adding NaOH to start a reaction, then HNO 3 to reverse the reaction. For the second part of Experiment 17, the goal was to investigate the relative positions of equilibrium. This was achieved by taking three complex ions containing cobalt(II), chromium(III), and copper(II) and water, and thereby converting the aqua complex ions to chloro complex ions with the addition of HCl. For the third
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