1. What is a neutralization reaction?
A n eutralisation reaction is a reaction between an acid and a a base in which the product is neither acidic
2. Hydrochloric acid (HCl) is a strong acid. About what pH would you expect it to be?
pH of 1
Journal: Keeping an Eye on Particles
1. Describe the behavior of the food coloring in each glass.
The drop of food coloring in the cold water slowly sank to the bottom of the glass and spread part way
and eventually stopped moving completely.
The drop of
1. In terms of food, what is a calorie?
A calorie is a measurements of the amount of energy that a food contains.
2. A piece of chocolate chunk cookie was tested the same way as is used in this procedure. The cookie
sample had a mass of 0.851 g and the te
1. What is the difference between equivalence points and end points?
The equivalence point of the titration is when the neutralization occurs. The end point is the pH at which
the indicator changes color.
2. What would happen if you forgot to put the indi
1. What is a limiting reagent?
2. A student used 7.15 g of CaCl2 and 9.25 g of K2CO3 to make CaCO3. The actual yield was 6.15 g of
the limiting reagent and the percent yield.
Record your data for each of the trials in Table 2. 2. Record y
Name five factors that can affect the rate of a reaction.
Surface area, temperature, concentration, pressure, and presence of a catalyst
3. In the opening paragraph example, it took more time to make sweet tea with cold water and sugar
cubes than to sweet