Experiment 9 Redox Titrations: Titration of sodium Hydrochlorite in Bleach
Purpose: to carry out an oxidation-reduction titration.
When KI is added to hypochlorite bleach:
OCl (aq ) H 2O 2e Cl (aq) 2OH (aq)
2 I (aq ) I 2 ( aq) 2e
I 2 (aq ) 2
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Final Exam Winter 2008
CLOSED BOOK EXAM! DO NOT OPEN the exam until instructed to do so.
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Purpose: To characterize and to ascertain the purity of solids and liquids by
determining their melting points and boiling points, respectively.
Theory and formula for calculation:
The meltingpoint o
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Practice Midterm I (Key) Monday Jan. 28, 2008 2:10 PM 3:00 PM CHEM 2A, Section C, Winter 2008 Professor Guo
This is a closed book exam. The only thing you may consult with is
In the box provided, write a summary of the experiment including the main
goals, the techniques and procedures employed to achieve those goals, and a
discussion of the quality of your results, including identification of the likely
sources of error.
University of California Davis Chemistry 2A Section A Winter 2010
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Why do we allow electronic instruments to warm-up before use?
We allow electronic instruments to warm-up before use produces accurate results (such as the
absorbance results produced by the Spectrophotometer in Spectrophotometry lab). Warming up also
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2A Online Labs
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acquainted with the titrimetric methods. To standardize solutions. To determine the
Experiment 20 Ca(OH)2 Ksp Determination
To study the solubility and determine the equilibrium constant for the reaction with its
corresponding energy relationships.
To determine the H by calculating the Ksp.
Metal hydroxides such of the t
Experiment 10 Chemistry 1A Spectroscopy Exercise
Introduction and Theory:
Light as a wave is characterized by its frequency, v, ad its wavelength,
The energy of a photon of light is proportional to uts frequency: ,
c = 3.00*10^8 m s 1 v where c is the spe
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Practice Midterm I
CHEM 2A, SSI 2013
Chemistry Specialist: Alicia Hart
Instructor: Dr. Guo
*We will go over this exam on Tuesday, July 2nd in Dutton 3216 from 5:10-7:00 pm.