JamesonB_Exp 5

JamesonB_Exp 5 - I. Proof of Alcohol Exp. 5 Date Performed:...

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I. Proof of Alcohol Exp. 5 Date Performed: 2/17/11 Name: Breanna Jameson Date Submitted: 2/24/11 Chemistry 1045L-35 Tong Chen II. Purpose The students learn how to use a seperatory funnel and pyrex glassware, that demonstrates some concepts of a patented separation process, of separation of immiscible liquids, and concentration by volume percent, mass percent, and proof of ethanol. The patented separation process involves several flow techniques. It is comparative to distillation of alcohol. Separation of immiscible liquids requires the understanding of homogeneous and inhomogeneous solutions. Volume percent (dependent of temperature and pressure) and mass percent (independent of temperature and pressure) are always needed when gathering and analyzing quantitative data.
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III. Procedure No Changes. Dillon, Stephanie. “Proof of Alcohol.” CHM1045L Online Manual . Fall 2006. 17 February 2011. < http://www.chem.fsu,edu/chemlab/chm1045lmanual/density/index.html
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