Chem_100L_Separating_a_Mixture_of_Compounds - Part 1...

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Part 1: Separate the Ammonium Chloride1.Took an evaporating dish2.Took a balance3.Placed the evaporating dish on the balance4.Mass of evaporating dish: 50.000g 5.Add 10mL of Mixture A on the evaporating dish6.Mass of Mixture A and evaporating dish: 73.741g7.Removed the evaporating dish from the balance and placed it on the workbench8.Record the temperature using the thermometer9.The temperature of Mixture A: 21.510. Grabbed a bunsen burner11. Place the evaporating dish to the bunsen burner12. Turn on the bunsen burner to low flame13. Observation: barely see any “white” vapor14. Heated until the sublimation of the compound is compete15. Ammonium chloride sublimates to 388.016. Turned off the bunsen burner17. Letting the evaporating dish cool down at the workbench18. Move the evaporating dish to the balance19. Mass of evaporating dish and remaining of the solid powder: 72.485g20. Moved the evaporating dish to the workbenchPart 2: Separate the Sand1.Took two 50 mL beakers2.Moved one empty beaker to the balance3.

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