SolubilityofGasesLab

SolubilityofGasesLab - Solubility of Gases In Liquids From

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Solubility of Gases In Liquids From http://www.iit.edu/~smile/ Sticha, Frank J. Saint Ignatius College Prep 403 N. Taylor 421-5900 Oak Park, Illinois 60302 524-9205 Objectives: Through this demonstration lesson, students are expected to construct the relationships of temperature and pressure to the solubility of gases in liquids. Using their discovery, the students are then presented with the "ammonia fountain" as a phenomenon to interpret. Apparatus/Chemicals needed: hot plate or other heat source (2, if possible) ice or other cold source 500 mL thick-wall round-bottom flask (2) 1000 mL beaker or other see through container (1) 50 mL graduated cylinder (1) one-hole rubber stoppers to fit flask (2) and bottle (1) 8 inch length glass tubing (2) 20 inch length rubber tubing (1) ring stand with clamp for flask (2) small paper cups (enough to hold contents of 4, 16oz bottles) metal tray (2) Coca Cola or other carbonated beverage (4 bottles, 16oz size) 40 mL concentrated hydrochloric acid, HCl 30 grams ammonium chloride, NH
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