Using a test tube holder, heat the R tube over the Bunsen burner, moving the tube in a circular motion until all the water has evaporated. The P tube will be carefully heated next, for about 10 minutes, until all the water has evaporated, and there is a white substance in the tube. After the water has evaporated, continue heating the tube over the burner for a minute longer, being careful to watch out for purple gas and yellow spots. The P tube
Reactions Lab David Vaghari INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Chernovitz Monday, July 23, 2012 Oxygen Production Introduction In this lab, potassium chlorate will be decomposed producing oxygen gas and potassium chloride. The hypothesis is that the reaction will yield 3.916 grams of oxygen gas. Materials Test tube 10 grams potassium chlorate Bunsen burner Procedure Step 1. Obtain a test tube, place a 10 gm of potassium chlorate. Step 2.
(4 points) n = 125 4. If magnesium was the limiting reactant in this lab, calculate the theoretical yield of the gaseous product. Show all steps of your calculation. (4 points) Moles of Mg: (0.0281 g)(1 mole / 24.305 g) = 1.156 x 10^-3 moles 5. Determine the percent yield of this reaction, showing all steps of your calculation.
During week 2, the process we performed, was called distillation. Distillation is when we set up a Distillation Apparatus and used a Bunsen Burner to complete the process. The alcohol part of the solution boils at 78oc. The water part of the solution boils at 100oc. Both solutions were under normal vapor pressure.
This reaction can be summed up using the following formula: 5Fe2++8H++MnO4- →5Fe3++Mn2++4H2O After standardization, the potassium permanganate solution is then titrated with 3 different magnesium oxalate solutions. To find the concentration of the C2O42- the balanced net ionic redox reaction formula is used: 5C2O42-+16H++2MnO4- →10CO2+2Mn2++8H2O It is important to note the addition of sulfuric acid (9M H2SO4) in performing this experiment because of the following reasons: 1) Sulfuric acid keeps the iron (II) from air oxidizing into iron (III) 2) Sulfuric acid keeps the iron (II) from hydrolyzing into Fe(OH)2 3) Sulfuric
Method Part 1 1 Clean the surface of the 0.5cm piece of magnesium with a piece of steel wool 2 Place the magnesium into a test tube 3 Add three drops of detergent to the test tube 4 Add 2 cm of hydrochloric acid to the test tube. Set timer for 5 minutes and record your observations, including the height of the foam produced in a results table 5 Repeat the process for the
Gather all materials 2. Heat 200mL of water in the beaker for 90 seconds 3. Place the bulb of one thermometer just below the surface of the water 4. Record the initial temperature at the top 5. At the same time, place the second thermometer bulb just at about the bottom of the beaker 6.
At first we dried the crucible in the flame three times and let it come to a constant mass by measuring the weight each time. To determine percentage of water in Epsom salt, we measured about 2g of the salt into three different, dried crucibles. The crucibles were first heated gently, then intensely to drive off all the water. The final data was reported as percent hydrate with 95% confidence level. RESULTS & DISCUSSION Weights of the crucible.
The fungal culture was grown in 100 ml PDB for 5 days. The culture was harvested and the mycelial mat was separated by filtration using Whatman No. 1 filter paper. Then mycelium was ground separately in pestle and mortar using liquid nitrogen. About 50 mg of the powdered mycelium was transferred into a microtube contained 500 µl of TES (100 mMTris, pH 8.0, 10 mM EDTA, 2% SDS).