Exp 10D Precipitate rev1

Exp 10D Precipitate rev1 - Chemistry 11 Lab: Solution...

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Chemistry 11 (April 14, 2008) Lab: Solution Chemistry Page 1 Lab #10D: Solubility Trends and Precipitate Formation O BJECTIVES To mix several pairs of solutions together and then note whether any precipitates form To deduce, from the experimental results, which combinations of ions form precipitates To write a balanced formula equation for each precipitation reaction To write a complete ionic equation for each precipitation reaction To determine and write the net ionic equation for each precipitation reaction H AZARDS Several of these solutions are poisonous Wash any spills and splashes immediately with plenty of water. Notify your instructor. M ATERIALS See handout “Solubility Trends and Precipitate Formation”. P ROCEDURE See handout “Solubility Trends and Precipitate Formation”. D ATA AND O BSERVATIONS E XPERIMENTAL R ESULTS Table 1 Al 3+ Ba 2+ Ba 2+ Sr 2+ Al 3+ Na + Solution Cl - NO 3 - Cl - NO 3 - SO 4 2- SO 4 2- Na + SO 4 2- Al 3+ SO 4 2- Sr 2+ NO 3 - Ba 2+ Cl - Ba 2+ NO 3 - Al 3+ Cl - ppt ppt ppt ppt ppt ppt ppt ppt ppt ppt ppt ppt
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Chemistry 11 (April 14, 2008) Lab: Solution Chemistry Page 2 A NALYSIS OF R ESULTS 1) Observations that let us to believe that precipitate formed: A new substance formed in the solution during the reaction The new substance formed appears to be a solid that is more dense than the solution 2) We observed 6 precipitate reactions in total. 3)
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