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Q3. Calculate the moles of BaSO4present at the equivalence point. What is the theoretical yield of BaSO4in grams?
Q4. Calculate the percent yield of BaSO4recovered?
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5/2/2016Chem 1LC S16 - Shayla Nguyen/Expt 5/Post Lab - LabArchives, Your Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN)2/3Shayla NguyenMay 02, 2016 @02:48 PM PDTShayla NguyenMay 02, 2016 @12:36 AM PDTQ5. Based on conductivity values, classify the compounds in each set of solutions as molecular, ionic, or acids. What is the level of dissociation(complete, varying, or none) of each set?SetClassificationLevel of DissociationIall soultions are ioniccompleteIIH3PO4acidicvariesHC2H3O2HClmolecularcompleteQ6. List the Set I solutions in order of highest to lowest conductivity. Provide a simple explanation of the trend.Q7. Why do the conductivity values of tap water and deionized water differ? What conductivity would a solution of EtOH most likely have?

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