Chemistry Solved_Part_2

Chemistry Solved_Part_2 - Week 2 Laboratory Activity 2...

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©2010 Digital Interactive Video Education Week 2 Laboratory Activity 2 Percent of a Mixture Introduction Laboratory Activity 2 is designed to give you some experience using a variety of laboratory equipment. During the experiment, you will attempt to answer the following question: What is the percentage of salt and sand in a mixture of salt and sand? Hypothesis: After watching the video lab, my hypothesis is:________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Methods Materials Equipment: Bunsen burner, striker, balance, weighing dish, iron ring, ring stand, wire gauze, clay triangle, Flter paper, funnel, 150 ml beaker, 10 mL graduated cylinder, evaporating dish, watch glass, crucible tongs, stopwatch, spatula, safety glasses. Chemicals: Mixture of 25% salt and 75% sand, warm water. Procedure ±or detailed explanation of procedure, please watch video lab. Record all measurements in the following table. Measurement
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This document was uploaded on 10/31/2011 for the course CHM 2046 at University of Florida.

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