Experiment 10 Vinegar Analysis
Purpose: to determine the percent by mass of acetic acid in vinegar.
15mL of a single vinegar or 10mL of two vinegars
125-250 mL Erlenmeyer Flask
10mL graduated cylinder
Experiment 5 (Percent Water in a Hydrated Salt)
Bryce Nerios, Cassandra Fuller, Rebecca Vairin, Iris Montero
Purpose: The purpose of the experiment is to determine the percent by weight in a hydrated
and anhydrous salt.
Experiment 7 (Empirical Formula)
September 27, 2016
Purpose: To determine empirical formulas of compounds by reactions.
Introduction: In experiment 7 we will be finding the empirical formula of compounds through a
decomposition and a combin
Experiment 8 Limiting Reactant
Purpose: to determine the limiting reactant of two soluble salts, and find the percent
composition of each substance in a salt mixture.
Introduction: In this experiment we will me finding the l
To measure the physical properties of pressure volume, and temperature for a gaseous
To determine the molar mass of a volatile liquid
Description of the techniques
Disposing of chemicals
Chemistry Safety Quiz
Certificate of Completion
I, Brittnee McKinneyBrittnee McKinney, have read and understood all of the safety rules as explained to
me in the laboratory.
Also, I have completed the safety quiz given by the computer with a score of 1001
Problem Set #1 CHEM1101 F2016
1. For the following Compounds :
Carbon +4 Chlorine -1
b) Magnesium Sulfate
Magnesium +2 Sulfur +6 Oxygen -2
Lab 5 Laboratory questions
1) it will be too high because the crucible would have a greater weight after the water was
burned off creating a higher loss.
4) Too low, because the salt will add mass. The sample was contaminated AFT