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Precipitation in Hard Water (Yes/No) Test Tube 4: Precipitation in Distilled Water (Yes/No) Distilled Water Sud Production Ranking (1 = Most to 5 = Least) Sud Production in Hard Water Compared to Distilled Water (More/Less/Equal Precipitation in Hard Water (Yes/No) Test Tube 5: Detergent no 4 less no no 3 less no yes 5 equal yes olive oil no 2 less no
Copyright 2021 - Science Interactive | Competency Review Precipitation in Distilled Water (Yes/No) Distilled Water Sud Production Ranking (1 = Most to 5 = Least) Sud Production in Hard Water Compared to Distilled Water (More/Less/Equal Precipitation in Hard Water (Yes/No) no 1 less no 1. The products of a saponification reaction are _____. a triglyceride and glycerol a strong base and carboxylate salts glycerol and carboxylate salts 2. Triglycerides are esters derived from _____ glycerol molecule(s) and _____ fatty acids. one; two two; four one; three two; three 3. Triglycerides are generally composed of identical fatty acids. True False 4. The nonpolar tail of a soap molecule is _____. hydrophilichydrophobichygroscopic
Copyright 2021 - Science Interactive | 5. _____ are tiny droplets of oil surrounded by soap molecules. Micelles Surfactants Suds Scum 6. _____ lower the surface tension of water. Micelles Surfactants Scums 7. Soap molecules react with _____ ions to produce soap scum. Na + Ca and Mg 2+ 2+ 8. Detergents are produced by saponification. 9. Triglyceride composition of the oil used determines the consistency of the resulting soap. True False
Copyright 2021 - Science Interactive | Extension Questions 10. Reactants in a saponification are stirred because they differ in _____. 11. Hard water _____ the amount of suds produced by soaps. decreasesincreasesdoes not affect 12. Soaps and detergents both produce precipitates in hard water. True False this compares to the reaction of saponification used with canola oil because you can use canola oil to make diesel fuel aswell. It has to do with the heating process that helps convert the triglycerides. 1. Canola oil is a source of biodiesel fuel. Research how the triglycerides in canola oil are converted to diesel fuel and compare this chemical reaction to the saponification reaction used with canola oil in this experiment.

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