CHEM100L_Experiment_4 - Experiment 1 Measure the Solubility...

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Experiment 1: Measure the Solubility of Potassium Chloride 1. Took a test tube, graduated cylinder, and balance and placed them on the workbench. 2. Zeroed the mass of the test tube on the balance. Took potassium chloride and added 3.5 g to the test tube. 3. Mass of Potassium Chloride of 3.5g: 3.500g 4. Took water and poured 10 mL of water into the graduated cylinder then transferred to the large test tube 5. Mass of Potassium Chloride with Water #1: 13.500g 6. Took a constant temperature bath and ran it for 80 7. Added a thermometer into the test tube 8. The temperature of potassium chloride of 3.5g: 21.5 9. Moved the test tube to the constant temperature bath 10. Removed the test tube when it hit to 80 11. The temperature of the potassium chloride begins to crystallize of 3.5g: 23.4 12. Emptied the test tube into the waste container beneath then placed it in the sink. 13. Continued the procedure three more times for 4.0g, 4.5g, and 5.0g 14. Mass of Potassium Chloride of 4.0g: 4.000g Mass of Potassium Chloride with Water #2: 14.000g The temperature of the potassium chloride begins to crystallize of 4.0g: 38.8

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