Experiment 22 - Experiment 22: Solubility of a Slightly...

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Experiment 22: Solubility of a Slightly Soluble Electrolyte Jonathan Brate May 20, 2009 Wednesday TA: Yosief
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Introduction: The purpose of Experiment 22 was to determine the solubility of the slightly soluble electrolyte Cu(IO 3 ) 2. The dissolved equilibrium can be described by a solubility product constant which can be calculated using the molar concentrations of ions in a saturated solution. Lab techniques used in this experiment include the standardization of a solution and titrations of solutions. The concept of the solubility product constant and how to calculate it were both covered in lecture. Lab techniques:These skills include performing titrations, using burets, analytical balances, various glassware, and the calculations necessary in determining the molarity of an unknown concentration. The material for this lab was simultaneously being covered in Chemistry 103 lecture covering solubility. Experimental Procedure:
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