ACETIC ACID/VINEGAR TITRATION
To determine the molarity of vinegar by titration.
burettes and stand
sodium hydroxide phenolphthalein
Vinegar is a solution of acetic acid dissolved in water.
Lead Iodide Lab
Purpose: To prepare the compound lead iodide from lead nitrate and potassium iodide, and to
calculate the percent yield using mole concepts discussed in class and homework.
lead nitrate ()
Chemical Changes Lab
Purpose: To observe chemical changes and write balanced equations describing the chemical reactions.
Safety goggles and several chemicals depending on the reaction you are performing.
Methods and Data: Chemical equations ar
Find the atomic radius from a sample (indirect measurement)
Determining Atomic Radii from Edge Lengths in Unit Cells:
Using X-Ray Crystallography, we can determine the type of unit cell ( for this activity we can also
find this information in periodic tab
Ink Chromatography Lab
"Like dissolves like" is an expression used by chemists to show the interaction of molecules due to different
polarity. Polar substances WILL dissolve in Polar substances and Non-polar substances WILL dissolve
The purpose of this experiment is to demonstrate the effect of solutes on the freezing point of
ice C12H22O11 (sucrose)*
commercial automotive antifreeze*
Part 1: Van der Waals Forces
1. Draw a graph of boiling point (K) vs. Mr for the following diatomic molecules: H2, N2, O2, F2, Cl2, Br2, I2.
2. Describe and explain the trend in terms of intermolecular forces.
3. On the same graph, u
Rates Lab #1 - Iodine-Starch Clock
Solution "A" was made by adding 4.3 g of KIO3 to 2 L of distilled water.
Moles are: 4.3 g of KIO3
= 0.02 moles
Therfore molarity is 0.02 mol = 0.01 M solution
Solution "B" is made by adding 4.0 g of solub