To analyze a water sample for total hardness and dissolved oxygen content.
Apparatus and Materials
Burette, burette clamp, ring stand, 0.010 M Na 2H2EDTA, calmagite, pH 10 buffer, 0.010 M Na 2S2O3, KI,
IDENTIFYING AN UNKNOWN METAL FROM A
DETERMINATION OF ITS MOLAR MASS
To determine which of three unknown metals, aluminum, magnesium or zinc, you
To study an application of gas stoichiometry, the ideal gas l
General Chemistry Laboratory for Majors
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
This Laboratory Manual has been prepared to accompany your studies in General Chemistry. It contains
laboratory exercises that illustrate
MOLECULAR MODELING AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE
To use molecular models to predict molecular shape and bond angles and to visualize the relationship
between three dimensional models and two dimensional representations.
To use quantum
ANALYSIS OF CLOROX 2
Adapted with permission from Professor George Bodner, Purdue University
In this experiment you will attempt an analysis of a commercial color-safe bleach. According to
information given on the side of the box, Advanced Wh
GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF PHOSPHATE IN PLANT FOOD
Plant food (fertilizer) consists of a number of compounds that provide essential nutrients to the plant that
are not present in sufficient concentration naturally. Most notable are the elements
To study the spectra of the light produced by various gas discharge tubes.
To calibrate a spectroscope using a helium discharge tube.
To observe the spectrum produced by excited hydrogen atoms and examine its relationsh
HOW ACIDIC IS YOUR VINEGAR?
To use standard sodium hydroxide to determine the acetic acid content of a vinegar sample.
Learn how to prepare and standardize a sodium hydroxide solution.
Learn about acid-base indicato
MOLE RATIOS IN CHEMICAL REACTIONS
The goal of this experiment is to determine the mole ratios in which reactants combine to form
products. You will also determine which reactant is the limiting reagent in this experiment and use
A. Determining the Empirical Formula of a Binary Compound
B. Determining the Chemical Formula of a Hydrate
Chemical compounds consist of combination of two or more elements. For any compound, the ratio of
the masses of any
COPPER METAL FROM MALACHITE
1* To extract copper metal from an ordinary malachite bead.
2* To analyze the yield of such an extraction.
3* To determine some of the physical properties of the product.
Apparatus and materials