Determining the Simplest Formula of a Compound Lab
Make a compound from its elements, determine the simplest formula for a compound, and describe a
synthesis reaction in terms of an equation.
crucible and cover
Mystery Gas Lab
Collect a mystery gas using the pneumatic trough, a delivery tube, gas collecting bottles, and the water
displacement method and then study the physical and chemical properties of the gas and finally identify
the mystery gas.
Measurement Lab Report
The purpose of part one of the lab was to see how the density of water could change.
23.5 degrees Celsius
Volume of water
Mass of dry beaker
Mass of beaker and water
Heat of Fusion of Ice
Determine how much heat is required for the fusion of ice to occur using a calorimeter which is an
insulated container made up of two chambers.
Mass & Temperature Change
Mass of calorimeter
Separation Lab Report
Separate a chemical mixture into its original components.
If we use a magnet on the chemical mixture of iron, salt, benzoic acid, and sand and filter the
mixture with cold water, and ethanol, then we will be left w
Single Replacement Reactions Lab Report
To create an activity series of elements by using single replacement reactions.
Metals & Compounds' Reactions
Volume-Mass Relations in Chemical Reactions
Relate the volume of a gas produced to the amount of a reactant consumed and balance a chemical
equation using experimental data.
Volume-Mass Relations of Hydrogen Gas and Magnesium
Volume and Temperature Relationships Lab
Volumes and Temperatures
25.4 degrees C
100.6 degrees C
Volume of bottle
Volume of cool water that entered bottle
Volume of cooled air in bottle
Water turned cloudy
Precipitate stayed at the bottom of the test tube
Litmus paper turned blue indicating that the solution was a base
Zinc bubbling a lot
Test tube is very warm
Burning splint popped and went out indicating the pr
The Cats Meow Lab Report
Observations Day 1:
Observations of Color Dye and Milk
Colors all shot out to the edges of the Petri dish and then came back to the center
A thick line of color around rim is formed, but the colors remain separate. In th
Chemical Weathering Lab Report
Determine the effects of temperature on the rate of chemical weathering of chalk.
If we put one piece of chalk in 50 mL of vinegar at different temperatures, then the chalk in the heated
vinegar will che