The purpose of the lab is to facilitate a plethora of reactions and determine what type of reaction
it is and if it took place.
We used goggles and aprons for safety, Bunsen burner, crucible tongs, graduated cylinder, test
The purpose of this lab was to find the volume of H2 from a reaction.
In this lab, we used an eudiometer, pipette, thermometer, barometer, beaker, tub of water, and
thread. For chemicals, we used Magnesium and 6 M HCl.
The purpose of the lab was to find the limiting reagent and find the percent yield of gases.
We used beakers,
, and a scale. We used solid Magnesium, Tums (CaCO3), and
Hydrochloric Acid for chemicals. Aprons and goggles were used for s
The purpose of the lab was to find the strength of acids using conductivity and neutralization.
For this lab, we needed to use a graduated pipette and bulb, distilled water, beaker, conductivity
meter, and stirring rod. Our class used
Introduction: We did this lab to enhance our learning and understanding of how factors they
affect reactions. Along the way, we learned skills to put together our own experiment to test
reactions. We also gain a better understanding of the
I will be trying to name the elements based on their single displacement reactions.
We will be using Na2SO4, Pb(NO3)2, AgNO3, Zn(NO3)2, Mg, Zn, and Cu. The metals we are
trying to identify are Mg, Zn, and Cu. The solutions are all . M
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Q: Why are limestone bedded lakes not as affected by acid rain as granite bedded lakes?
A: Acid rain is precipitation with a low pH (contains many hydronium ions) due to Sulfur
dioxide and Nitrogen oxides, which come from power plants burnin