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Lab Report Single Replacement Reactions Adapted from a lab by Stephen Milczanowski, FCCJ Purpose : To examine the reactions between H + and 3 metals; copper, magnesium and zinc, and 4 solutions; copper nitrate, magnesium chloride, zinc nitrate and hydrochloric acid. From these results, an activity series showing the relative reactivity of 4 elements will be established. Procedure : 1. Arrange the solid metals in the respective wells of the well plate. Use a small piece or “1/4 of a pea” sized amount of the powdered metals. 2. Add about 6-10 drops of the solutions indicated in the data table to the appropriate wells. Record your observations of any color changes or gas production below. 3. NOTE: Reactions involving very active metals are fast while reactions involving less active elements tend to be very slow. BE PATIENT as you make observations in this lab. Note in each row which metal reacts first and the most readily. Include this information in the observations section below. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course CHM 1025 taught by Professor J during the Summer '09 term at Santa Fe College.

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