Solubility, Intermolecular Forces, and Polarity

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Nhi Vu General Chemistry Annie He Solubility, Intermolecular Forces, and Polarity Introduction: An important rule to remember when deciphering whether two substances will be miscible is that “like dissolves like.” In this experiment, we will be measuring the solubility of various combinations of solutes and solvents. The likeness of their bonding arrangements will determine whether the result will be soluble, partial or insoluble. Chemical Responsibility: Because we will be interacting with various chemicals, it is crucial that we wear our safety goggles and gloves to protect our eyes and hands, respectively. Also, we must remember to dispose each solution in its proper disposal bottle: group member 1 must pour all solutions into the waste alcohol container; group member 2 must pour all solutions containing sodium chloride, copper (II) sulfate, potassium bromide, and sodium acetate into the waste salts container, pour all solutions containing iodine into the waste iodine container, and pour all solutions containing
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CHM 214 taught by Professor Davies during the Spring '07 term at Northeastern.

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