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

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Experiment 22: Solubility of a Slightly Soluble Electrolyte Matthew Guerriero 12 May 2009 Tuesday/ Group 2 David Fehr
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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. Experimental Procedure : The procedure followed was that given in the lab manual: Sprague, Alexander, Padolik & Steffel, Laboratory Experiments for First Year Chemistry, 3rd ed. pp. 22-1 to 22-4. The only change to the procedure was that part “A” was omitted because the saturated solution was supplied. Data and Results
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Exp. 22 - Experiment 22: Solubility of a Slightly Soluble...

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