Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to successfully demonstrate
polymerization by creating slime.
Introduction: In Polymer Chemistry, a synthetic polymer, or macromolecule, is a
substance that is formed by polymerization, a process by which mo
Chemistry Emission Spectroscopy Lab
According to the Bohr atomic model, electrons orbit the nucleus within specific energy levels. These
levels are defined by unique amounts of energy. Electrons possessing the lowest energy are found in the
Equilibrium Constant Lab
Purpose: We endeavor to find the equilibrium constant for the esterification of acetic acid and
Introduction: An esterification reaction is that of an acid and an alcohol to make water.
HOW TO WRITE A LAB REPORT AP CHEMISTRY
Table of Contents
Write the title of the lab in your table of contents
Calculations With a Chemical Reaction
The recipe for a chemical reaction is the balanced chemical equation. In the simplest
2H2 + O2
the recipe states that 2 moles of hydrogen molecules plus 1 mole of oxygen molecules will
produce 2 moles
Precipitation Reaction Lab
PURPOSE: The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate precipitation reactions by combining
different substances and identify the precipitates produced.
INTRODUCTION: Precipitation in chemical solutions occurs when two chemicals rea
Polyprotic Acid Titration Lab
Purpose: To find the endpoints of a weak polyprotic acid by titrating it with a strong
base. Also, to plot pH vs volume (of titrant) to obtain titration curves.
Introduction: The titration of a weak acid (phosphoric acid) wit
Baking Soda Baggie Lab
Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to observe the reaction of baking soda and vinegar and
quantify the amounts needed to produce enough gas in reaction to fill up a sandwich-size Ziploc
bag to its limit.
Introduction: The reaction
Four Sections of Calculation of Titration of Weak acid with Strong base
1. Acid is in flask (of) and no base has been added (with)
2. You must calculate how much base needs to be added
to reach the equivalence point
a. Use volume of acid in flask
The formation or destruction of chemical bonds is always accompanied by an energy
exchange between the reactant molecules and the immediate environment. The term H is
used to describe the resulting enthalpy changes. When atoms or ions f