LR2_Kitchen_ChemicalsE1

LR2_Kitchen_ChemicalsE1 - Anthony Petrillo and Jason...

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Anthony Petrillo and Jason Kolbush Honors Chemistry September 18, 2010 Kitchen Chemicals The purpose of this experiment was to find out how to identify a substance by comparing its properties with the properties of known substances. To do this, we mixed four common kitchen chemicals with three test reagents and observe what reactions, if any, took place. By comparing the reactions of the chemicals and reagents to each other it can be determined that baking powder is a mixture while the other substances that were tested are compounds. _______________________________________________________________________ _ Materials: 12 well micro plate 3 13mm test tubes Spoon Eye Dropper _______________________________________________________________________ _ We placed the four solids into their appropriate row on a 12 well microplate in accordance with the data chart provided for us. The four solids used were salt, baking soda, starch, and baking powder. We then, using a funnel, poured the test reagents,
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Spring '08 term at Benedictine IL.

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