Complete the following Experiment and upload it before 02/21/2015.
Experiment 1: Determining the Chemical Formula for Copper Gluconate
The experiments in this lab use a compound named
copper gluconate (C12H22CuO14). Copper gluconate has
a variety of uses
Complete the experiment, answer the post-lab questions and submit by
Experiment 1: Chemistry of Fireworks
In this experiment the flame from a tea light candle is the outside energy source. The flame
emits a broad range of energy, but the electr
Chapter 4 Homework
1. Classify each of the substances as being soluble or insoluble in water.
KBr = soluble
PbCO3 = insoluble
BSO3 = insoluble
zinc hydroxide = insoluble
sodium acetate = soluble
silver iodide = soluble
This is a 3 part lab based on chemical bonding. Complete the experiments, answer the
post-lab questions and submit by 03/14/2015
Experiment 1: Structural Models
(14) 3 x 5 in. Pieces of rectangular
10 Colored pushpins
(7) 12 in. Yarn
The Identification of
an Unknown Liquid
In this experiment you are to identify an unknown liquid by comparing its physical preperties
with those of known liquids. In addition, you will learn how to use a volumetric pipet,
Reactions, Formulas, Equations,
Mass Relationships, and. Structure
Simple Chemical Reactions
In this experiment, you will observe several chemical reactions and, in doing so, will learn
Hydrates and the Determination
of the Formula of a Hydrate
This experiment will introduce you to a class of compounds known as hydrates, and you will
determine the percent water in a hydrate as well as its formula by m
Titration of Vinegar
Objective: Determine the concentration of acetic acid of vinegar.
Neutralization is a reaction of an acid with a bases to produce a salt and water. For example, the reaction
of the strong acid HCl with the strong base Na
Solubility Properties of Salts
OBJECTIVE: To study solubility properties of various salts and to identify an unknown salt by
solubility characteristics, properties, and chemical experimental techniques.
THEORY: The solubility of a solid is usu
Freezing and Melting of Water
Freezing temperature, the temperature at which a substance turns from liquid to solid, and
melting temperature, the temperature at which a substance turns from a solid to a liquid, are
characteristic physical pr
To calculate the theoretical (expected) yield of product in a reaction.
To weigh the actual (experimental) mass of product collected in a reaction.
To calculate the % yield of the chemical reaction.
To practice makin
General Chemistry I HW1
Answer the following and submit the HW before due date
Identify the following as a chemical (C) or physical property (P):
_1. blue color
_6. melting point
_7. reacts with water
_3. flammability (burns)
Dilution Notes : Definition and Calculations
To dilute a solution means to add more solvent without the addition of more solute. Of course, the resulting
solution is thoroughly mixed so as to ensure that all parts of the solution are identical.
The fact t
333Complete the exercise and submit before the due date
Exercise 1: Nomenclature Practice
The activity for this lab is to practice naming ionic and molecular compounds.
Part 1: Ionic Compounds
1. Pb(SO4)2 _lead (IV) sulfate_
2. Be(HCO3)2 _berillium bicarb