When one package of mentos was thrown into the 1L water, no reaction happened. When one package of mentos was thrown into the 2L diet coke, a big eruption was occurred. Analysis: From the result of this experiment, my hypothesis wasn’t exactly correct. When the package of mentos was put into the vinegar, there was no reaction. Summary and Conclusion: The reaction (eruption) was only produced by putting mentos into diet coke.
It claimed to cure whatever bothered you such as an addition to morphine, headaches, and impotence as well as more. It is also a concentrate which is sold to its bottlers who then add water and bottle it. So Coke is older but both Pepsi and coke are over 100 years old and is just as popular now as they were then. I do not see this changing any time soon. I mean could you image not being able to buy Coca-cola or Pepsi.
Period 8 Lab Report Density of Liquids Statement of the Problem: • Which liquid has the greatest density and which has the lowest density? Hypothesis: • My hypothesis was that the milk will have the greatest density and the tap water would have the least density. Materials and Safety: • 100 mL graduated cylinder • Triple beam balance • Milk • Tap Water • Pepsi • Diet Pepsi • Salt Water • Apple Juice • Make sure the liquids does not spill and keep graduated cylinder from the edge • Do not drink nor eat anything Procedure: 1. Record the mass of the cylinder. This is your magic number.
Materials: 1) Beakers 2) Water 3) Plastic wrap 4) Rubber band 5) Light corn syrup 6) Vinegar 7) 2 raw egg (large) 8) 2 graduated cylinder (100ml, 50ml) 9) Marker for labeling cup 10) Tri Beam scale Procedure: 1) Measure 130ml of vinegar into the beaker. 2) Gently place the egg into the vinegar. Make sure the egg is completely covered by the vinegar. 3) Weigh all of the items o the scale 4) Cover the beaker with plastic and secure it with a rubber band. 5) Label the beaker with your name and period.
Baking soda is now most often used as a base rather than ammonia for reasons of lowered odor and toxicity; however, any weak base can be used to make crack cocaine. When commonly "cooked" the ratio is 3:4 parts cocaine per bicarbonate. This acts as a filler which extends the overall profitability of illicit sales. Crack cocaine may be reprocessed in small quantities with water (users refer to the resultant product as "cookback"). This removes the residual bicarbonate, and any adulterants or cuts that have been used in the previous handling of the cocaine and leaves a relatively pure, anhydrous cocaine base.
c.2 grams KI. d.10 mL of 2M H2SO4. 5.Mix the ingredients in the Erlenmeyer flask completely. 6.Immediately begin to titrate with thiosulfate. 7.Titrate until the solution gives off a pale yellow color.
The darker it gets, the more bitter the flavor - don't let it get too dark. c. When the desired color of caramel has been achieved, add 2 Tablespoons and 1 teaspoon kosher salt and stir till butter is dissolved. d. Turn heat to low e. Next add the popped popcorn and 2 cups peanuts and keep stirring till coated with caramel. f. Pour Popcorn – Peanut mixture on the parchment-lined cookie sheet and let cool for 1 minute. Once it is cool enough to tough, break in small pieces and sprinkle with fine sea salt.
Purpose To prove the law of conservation of mass so that when vinegar and baking soda are added together, the mass of them individually is the same as when they are combined. Hypothesis If vinegar and baking soda are added together then their total mass will be equivalent to both of their masses added together because this relates to the Law of Conservation of Mass since nothing in the reaction will be destroyed or created but rearranged therefore the mass will be equal. Materials -1 Balloon -Safety goggles -2 Beakers -2 Graduated cylinders -5 ml of vinegar -2 Grams of baking soda - Weight scale - Small spoon -1 Filter sheet Procedure 1. Took all safety precautions. Tied back loose hair, put on safety goggles.
Next, take out the filter paper and add 50 mL of water. Pour the solution into the vacuum flask and decant evenly into two beakers. Add 1 mL of 0.1 M potassium phosphate into the first beaker. It is negative and indicated no excess lead ion in the solution. Add 1 mL of 0.1 M silver nitrate into the second beaker.
Transfer to cooling rack and allow to cool completely. To make filling, combine frozen raspberries with water, sugar, and lemon juice in a small saucepan. Cook over medium heat until raspberries begin to break down. Add 1 tablespoon cornstarch mixture and bring to a simmer. Remove from heat, and strain mixture through a fine