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water. This will be used as a hot water bath. Heat this water bath to 90 C (use the regular thermometer to measure this) and keep this water bath at 90 C for the entire experiment. 5. Place test tube #1 into the water bath and stir with a glass stirring rod until the solute is completely dissolved. Remove the tube from the water bath and place it into a wooden test tube rack. 6. Place the PASCO temperature probe into test tube #1. Record the exact single temperature when you first see
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crystallization. KEEP THE PROBE AND WIRE AWAY FROM THE BUNSEN BURNER! 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for all three test tubes. If you want to finish this lab on time, you and your partners should figure out how to divide up the work so you can have more than one test tube in the hot water bath at one time. Only leave each test tube in the water bath long enough to dissolve the entire solid. Leaving it in longer means it will take longer to cool down and crystallize.
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