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NaOH solution was polar because there was a difference between the atoms because the NaOH was on the bottom while the oils were floating on top 2. Based on your observations when you added the NaOH solution and before you heated and stirred the mixture, is the NaOH solution polar or nonpolar? Explain your answer. Soap sample 1: was pretty soft it smelled and looked like it started to form the soap but wasn't quite there soap sample 2: was the softest and i didn't really see any soap floating on the top it was still oily soap sample 3: the coconut oil must have been rather saturated with the oil because it was rather hard compared to my first two samples soap sample 4: was the hardest and looked the most like soap 3. Using the information in Table 1, describe the relationship between the consistency of each soap sample and its composition paying particular attention to the unsaturated/saturated ratio of each starting oil. Table 1. Percent by weight of primary fatty acids, (S) saturated and (U) unsaturated. Oil U/S Ratio Lauric Acid (S) Myristic Acid (S) Palmitic Acid (S) Oleic Acid (U) Linoleic Acid (U) Alpha Linoleic Acid (U) Canola 15.7 - - 4 62 22 10 Coconut 0.1 47 18 9 6 2 - Corn 6.7 - - 11 28 58 1 Olive 4.6 - - 13 71 10 1 Peanut 4.0 - - 11 48 32 - Sesame 6.6 - - 9 41 45 -
Copyright 2021 - Science Interactive | Test Tube 1: Canola Oil Test Tube 1: Canola Oil Initial Color and Composition Observations after Adding NaOH Observations after Hot Water Bath Consistency Ranking after Cooling: 1 = Softest to 4 = Hardest Test Tube 1: Canola Oil Test Tube 1: Canola Oil Initial Color and Composition Observations after Adding NaOH Observations after Hot Water Bath Consistency Ranking after Cooling: 1 = Softest to 4 = Hardest Test Tube 2: Corn Oil Test Tube 1: Canola Oil Initial Color and Composition Observations after Adding NaOH Observations after Hot Water Bath Consistency Ranking after Cooling: 1 = Softest to 4 = Hardest Test Tube 3: Coconut Oil Test Tube 1: Canola Oil Initial Color and Composition Observations after Adding NaOH Observations after Hot Water Bath golish color defined layer between oil and naoh bottom layer starting to solify 3 goldish color defined layer between oil and naoh bottom layer starting to solify 4 clear defined layer between oil and naoh bottom layer starting to solify 2 goldish color defined layer between oil and naoh bottom layer starting to solify
Copyright 2021 - Science Interactive | Photo 1: Synthesized Soaps Exercise 2 Consistency Ranking after Cooling: 1 = Softest to 4 = Hardest Test Tube 4: Test Tube 1: Canola Oil Initial Color and Composition Observations after Adding NaOH Observations after Hot Water Bath Consistency Ranking after Cooling: 1 = Softest to 4 = Hardest 1 olive oil

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