First add a small piece of each sample to the tests

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First, add a small piece of each sample to the tests tubes labeled HCl and CuCl 2 . Use forceps in removing the samples from the container don’t touch the samples with your hands! Next, add 15 to 20 drops of each solution to the appropriate test tube. Look carefully for any indication of chemical reaction. Decide which elements reacted with the solutions, and record the results in your data table. 3. Dump the contents of the test tubes in the labeled waste container, and rinse out the test tubes in the sink for the next group. No solids should be discarded into the sinks! 4. There will be class demonstrations of crushing the elements with a hammer, and electrical conductivity of the elements. You will record the results of these demonstrations. Data table: copy this into your lab book. Leave yourself lots of room to record appearance data! appearance Rxn with HCl Rxn with CuCl 2 Hammer test Conductivity test A B C D E F G There are a total of 7 element samples you will examine. Each lab table has one element sample on it. You will travel around to all of the lab tables, performing the following steps at each table:
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Lab analysis: 1. We observed the properties of
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