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Student Exploration: Phase Changes
Vocabulary: altitude, boil, boiling point, freeze, freezing point, gas, liquid, melt, melting point,
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Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.)
1. A family from Minnesota tu
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4.4 LAB #10 Behavior of Copper in a Solution of Silver Nitrate
Jennie Chang (even) Allison Yee (odd-Partner) Mackenzy Doniak (even-Partner) January 14, 2011
CALCULATIONS
1. Calculate the number of moles of Cu that reacted and entered the solution. (1.48 g
4.3 Lab 10 Acid Base Titration
Jennie Chang (odd) Period 4 10/26/11
EXTRA CREDIT
Data Table: Part A Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3 Trial 4 Calculations:
1. Write a balanced equation for the reaction in part A. Balanced Equation: HCl + NaOH H2O + NaCl 2. Calculat
4.3
Lab # 9 Determining the H+ ion Concentration of Strong and Weak Acids
Jennie Chang (odd) Period 4 5/19/11
CALCULATIONS:
1. Write the equation for the ionization of hydrochloric acid. HCL H= + Cl2. Indicate which unknown part "B" acid you had and deter
4.4
Lab #8 Chemical Bond
Jennie Chang (even) Allison Yee (partner-odd) Mackenzy Doniak (partner)
Calculations
1. Organizing Results: Arrange the substances into two groups according to their properties. Explain the properties used to create the groups. Ex
4.3 Lab # 7 Freezing Point Depression
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Jennie Chang (odd) Allison Yee (partner) 4/5/11
CALCULATIONS: 1. Molality Equation: M = moles / kg solvent Sample from data: 0.840g NaCl x 1 mol NaCl = 0.01
#4.4 Lab 7 Reactivity of Halide Ions
Jennie Chang (even) Allison Yee (Partner- odd) November 4, 2010
EXTRA CREDIT
Calculations: 1.Indicate the single unknown number. #2 2. Determine the identity of the single unknown. KBr 3. Include a few statements justi
4.3 Lab 4 Gaseous Diffusion, Graham's Law
EXTRA CREDIT
Jennie Chang (odd) Allison Yee (Partner) Sharon Oh (Partner)
CALCULATIONS: 1. Determine experimental distance ratio Find average of distances for each gas Sample from data: (11.0 cm + 10.3cm) / 2 = 10
4.3 LAB 3 The 7 Solution Problem
Jennie Chang (odd) Allison Yee (Partner-odd) Sharon Oh (Partner- even) 2/24/11
CALCULATIONS: 1. Write balanced equations for the solutions that reacted in part A. (Double Replacement) AgNO3 + Ba(NO3)2 AgNO3 + Ba(NO3)2 (bal
4.3 Lab 2 Mass Relations in a Chemical Reaction
EXTRA CREDIT
Jennie Chang (odd) Allison yee (Partner- odd) Sharon Oh (Partner- even)
Data Table: Mass of .00500 moles sodium phosphate Mass of .00750 moles zinc acetate Mass of 50 ml beaker Mass of filter pa
#4.4 Flame Test Lab #5
Jennie Chang(even) Allison Yee (odd partner) Makenzy Doniak (even partner ) EXTRA CREDIT
Calculations: For the unknown chemical(#7), it turned a sunshine white, kind of lime-y green yellow, and for unknown chemical (#8), it turned a
#4.4 DENSITY LAB #3
EXTRA CREDIT
Jennie Chang (even) Allison Yee (partner-odd) Makenzy Doniak (3rd person partner-even) Period 4 September 30, 2010
CALCULATIONS: 1. Density Division: Equation: density = mass / volume Sample from data: density = 5.64 g / 2