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Unformatted text preview: Experiment 5 Proof of Alcohol Chemistry 1045L- Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to learn how to use a seperatory funnel and pyrex glassware for handling liquids. The lab showed how to separate liquids into two layers. Also this lab reinforced the basic techniques of weighing and calculations. Procedure: The procedure was followed according to this link: http://www.chem.fsu.edu/chemlab/chm1045lmanual/alcohol/report.html . There were no changes in the procedure. Data: Liquid Mass Grad. Cylinder Volume Mass Density Ethanol 38.3532 g 3.00 mL 2.2279 g .743 g/mL Water 38.3532 g 3.01 mL 3.5331 g 1.17 g/mL Mass Volume Density 85% Efficiency Proof 25mL Grad. Cylinder 63.4268 g---- 25mL Grad. Cylinder w/ solution 86.9241 g 25.00 mL--- Solution 23.4973 g 25.00 mL .940 g/mL- Salt .9969 g---- Water Layer 18.0621 g 17.65 mL 1.02 g/mL-- Alcohol 5.4352 g 7.35 mL .739 g/mL- 58.80 Percent Alcohol 23.13% 29.40%- 26.60%- Calculations: Conclusion: In part I 3.00 mL of Pure Ethanol and 3.01 mL of water were obtained. The densities were calculated In part I 3....
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2012 for the course CHEMISTRY 1045L taught by Professor Alexisbaxter during the Spring '11 term at FSU.
- Spring '11