Lab Titration of Vinegar
Determine the concentration of acetic acid of vinegar, in terms of %(m/m).
Neutralization is a reaction of an acid with a bases to produce a salt and water. For example,
the reaction of the strong acid HCl
General Chemistry Laboratory
The Titration of Acetic Acid in Vinegar
To learn about Volumetric Analysis and Titration.
To learn about Acetic Acid and Vinegar.
To learn about Weak Acids.
To learn about Equilibria involving Weak Acids
Experiment 11 Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates are a class of natural compounds that contain either an aldehyde
or a ketone group and many hydroxyl groups they are often called polyhydroxy
aldehydes or ketones. A monosaccharide consists of a single carbohydrat
Experiment #12 Carbohydrates
The name carbohydrate suggests that this class of compounds somehow consists
of hydrated carbon. This idea gains some credence from the facts that (1) the molecular
formulas of many carbohydrates are of the form
A Study of Carbohydrates
Carry out several of the more common carbohydrate reactions.
Identify an unknown sugar.
Monosaccharides and Disaccharides
Carbohydrates, also known as sugars or saccharides, are one of the most important classes of
By : Amal
Polysaccharides can either be
repeating monosaccharide unit)
or heteropolymeric (mixture of
Disaccharides can be broken
into two monosaccharide