solubility lab

solubility lab - Chem 125 Winter 2009 Dr. Abel Name: Olivia...

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Chem 125 Dr. Abel Winter 2009 Name: Olivia Nixon Date of Experiment: ________________ Partners: _________________________ Lab Day and Time: Tuesday, 8am Experiment 2: Aqueous Solubilities of Compounds Instructions : Each person is to submit an individual report after performing the experiment with your partner. This report is due at the beginning of lab during week 3 (except Monday labs in which it is due by 12PM Tuesday of week 3 at my office . You will turn in a typed, hard copy of this report (staple your prelab and data to this report). Part 2: Solubility of Molecules In the table below, record your observations when different alcohols were added to water. Title this table in the space below. Alcohols and their Solubilities in Water Alcohol Condensed Formula of Alcohol Observations Solubility S = Soluble I = Insoluble P = Partially soluble methanol CH 3 OH S ethanol CH 3 CH 2 OH P 1-propanol OHCH 2 CH 2 CH 3 I 1-butanol OHCH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 3 S 1-hexanol OHCH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 3 I In the table below, record your observations when salicylic acid is added to either pure water or basic water. Title this table in the space below Solubility of Salicylic Acid in Different Solutions Salicylic Acid in … Observations Solubility S = Soluble, I = Insoluble P = Partially soluble Pure Water none I Water with Sodium Bicarbonate Bubbly and then dissolved to clear liquid S
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Chem 125 Dr. Abel Fall 2008 Part 1: Solubility of Ionic Compounds In the table below, fill in a result for each tube. If there was a precipitate, describe the color of the precipitate and give the correct formula for the resulting precipitate. If there was no precipitate, write “S”, meaning soluble. Title this table (in the space below). If you need to re-size the columns or rows, feel free to do so. Reactions of Ions and the Resulting Solutions Formed
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course CHEM 125 taught by Professor Retsek during the Winter '08 term at Cal Poly.

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solubility lab - Chem 125 Winter 2009 Dr. Abel Name: Olivia...

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