Reactions and Stoichiometry of Copper
To understand limiting reactant concept by taking copper through different
types of chemical reactions.
To learn chemical properties of copper, while practicing basic laboratory skills.
1. If a student weighs 0.0985g of Cu sponge at the beginning of his/her experiment:
a) How many moles of Cu metal is this?
b) How many moles of hydrated copper (II) ion would be produced when weighed
Cu metal dissolves in enough HNO3 so
Solubility Rules for Ionic Compounds in Water
CO32-, CrO42-, C2O42- and PO43-,
except those of the Group 1
elements and ammonium
Cl-, Br- and I-, except those of
Ag+ and Pb+2
S2- except those of the Gro
Answers to the PRACTICESHEET: SUPPLY DEMAND
Draw a well-labeled graph and complete the analysis using the last item on your Notesheet as a model.
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