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metal at the end H 397 1 9 Percent copper recovered q 0 Table 2 Description and explanation of your observations I Describe and explain your observations Mention any stage at which copper may have been lost Do not b j rewrite the equations from the introductlon Describe and explain what you see 0 1 The reaction of copper wrth l39lt tl lc acrd Erma 60 We Comm M anew f2 bb tot ow QU roads 3 QQ GampCQQ4 Tm CaPtDE r39 Meia4 m we Wma Meow ran aw 394 ka acids Mn buhbtmoi U l 2 The precipitation of copper l hydroxide Tm mmkkm 4va6 Cquot bquot We Wilmaw MdreSGAC Lg39si b tuo 6 5 50w 0133 3 The Prtit riio 1 WW oxide gmi m mmym e a vacnae Qrm a Narth dwe 05 cu W 00165quot Edv 39 1 16615 wove Ping3 m Roth peb Wk E39C 4 The preparation of copperll sulfate b MM 3 peeved to W Suiguno Lad be N waL 9 09quot we irem K39leD e We 42619 qu Ma W531 5 5 9 KQVu i39Wb l Msoanm Y39qsoi 5 The reduction of copperli with zinc 3 g 1 tom 1 mm W 2 Sawquot a minim a emoticth 009aquot a awquot 5 N Lquot WW3 w ction 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room or 9 91quot Miami Z 3 We 5 W wtquot lemlre m Fanquot W Slim 5 3 6 5 l demo be AM 0 HMZ at 1m3l all 5 971 quot Wquot THU KimmieA 492m 9 as g As s Ll JG t3 Agnew 51quot Tpnc or Table 3 gas all 39t e aggle gfemn the electror Iggomains in the mo cule SnCl 2 equal to 120 i xplain6 obo guru i a 5 Fa a ckl39a l 39 M 391 ms 3mm W Tl 0 ME mo 003 s c9ow 22 cW T W Q gore 3quot r 39 vxe al mun WW mlm sn our 09c it amami Describe the procedure you would follow to determine the shape of a molecule containing H terminal atoms 3 mold no ech Nu oak dam bdb rmd it two P5W M i it Mai 6 31 13 lquot W mm or Wk P 30quot5 E No toes2 me 9 M Wt twat W mocha u doublt a we Wit Lino Cad W mote Worm l zincht 78 A to CD irl 2 395 O 9 0 Mom Desm G G D G D D G D 3 C2 C2 o l 0 GD G Tbl 1 ZZZ 6 o 9 a e o m Tab39ez 3 3 games 313 0 0 Answers to questions Table 4 1 2 9 Total 10 110 Table 1 The pH reference set pH Color of Acidic Solution pH Color of Basic Solution Q 1 Li nk 22A 3 L 9a B h t 2 lags A ngr lL Ray 9 Rm 1 3 RatL Dial 0 Dorm m melee 4 Diana 1 Emmm Gwen 5 Utes blow 2 Lima Green 5 Wrote l Pay lit mo bright 1ng Neutral 7 iii 96 Table 2 The pH of the clear reagents Reagent Indicator color Estimated pH Acidbase classificatlon Distilled water may VAL kg 13 J 05 M sodium chloride kLAae kt 5 FKCJ 05 M sodium hydroxide Lime Gigf zo 05 M acetic acid 339 05 M hydrochloric acid 41A 05 M ed 39 r v r 3 mm bicarbonate 06 Z 33543 05 M potassium nitrate q G5C u 39 05 M ammonia Ewms Gym 65 05 M phosphoric acid 39 W Z RC as 9739 11 Red Cabbage an Indicator for Acids and Bases Table 3 The pH of household products Reagent Indicator color Estimated pH Acidbase classification Window cleaner m ea Washing soda Gig goebt Lemon juice lvcsmium Z Carbonated pop quot IL A Milk of Magnesia Maw Em 8 356 Bleach E593 m 395 Sugar micasle mi k at A tng ivch M s was seen ease lowest a ram Table 4 Questlons Question 1 The products listed in Table 3 can be divided into two main categories what are these two categories and what is common to all products in each category Tbs2 we M EMN 2 Qmmvs which 033 euaib 0 W M 9 93 66qu g b bk N LOrx oSQ one 3 qu Question 2 Choose one of the reagents in Table 3 that causes a color change in the indicator Is there any way to change the color of the indicator back to the original Which other reagent in Table 3 would you choose to do this What happens in the solution when you do this to M t d tea311quot LEW oicc To cm the actor of 39 W I smoke Cko ijaCIVJlWC h CQ CO lbw m k chst quotW1 Q t f Mix it U W tot x Koice 039 km to Em Mic QXngk 98 A Uriah 3 WZLS 0 0 o o 39iAlwm sds G D Q G D D D c 3 3 M G fM39th ca e lt4 D I ObservationsIBalanced equation Table 3 i 11 Data and units in Tabe2 Calculation of molar mass in Table4 212 Q Precision in the three experiments 213 9 9 3 9 Accuracy of the result error 2 Total 9 no Table 2 Data Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Mass of aluminum i 39 Temperature of the water CIK 23 C 2 0 Actual I Corrected water level mL 7 up Volume of gas collected in L I39vozjsz 07 IL Atmos pressure in hPa torr 21 JL H l q Vapor pressure of water in torr 39 2 r Partial pressure of H2 in torriatrn quotI Eb 5 5 331 Number of moles of H2 q Lug bj xxpf 3 L AOquot 5 Table 3 Observations Observations on the contents of the test tube quotM zbku ri en WM m m Wumimom but AQrou g warn Wue wuod new in w stir5k quotram 17 cut mime was a agrmrkwr ma am Balanced equation for the reaction between aluminum and hydrochloric acid ZN 3r WM gtZAC5 JrTS Az 1 le SSVW QiWOlV 91 10 I Determination of the Atomic Mass of Aluminum Table 4 Calculatlons Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Experiment 3 1 39 3 l 51 no Moles of H2 produced Table 2 Fm 3amp0 vul L D AK 3 Moles of AI required in reaction W k 6 quot 1 d 0 3km 4t U i 391 X squot394 Mass ofAl Table 2 H v ovgg mcg c Q l l q J Molar mass of Al 39 395 9450 O 39ZK39 S A Average molar mass of Al 2 o 0 Actual molar mass of Al 2698154 g rrlol391 39 Percent error bblb 92 Auoosqaso 5 39 t L N 0 e lm Waller 233 3 2 g 3 2 SteW CW 533 0 Gaphs p ope placed t fl39 es m It ei 39 3 Neatness of data sheetsagraphs 1J2 Measurement of arm and ATwate quotz 12 P Calculations and accuracy ofR Q3 Total 9 I10 r as Table 1 Masses of the metal samples 39 39 39 Aluminum quotSniper 339quot I Unknownalloy Elsaqu 834753 isms at Table 2 Temperature data for metal samples l Aluminum Copper e 145Leac l 1 Unknownalloy Elapsed time 39 Temperature of water Temperature Bfwater Temperamre39hfiiivater Temperature at water minutes 39 in calorimeter In calorimeter in calorimeter in calorimeter 1 39 Mom aaam AQJ T orgrbc 2 930 C QQAOL QQKTC 3 860 C 11 12 13 57 I 6 I The Heat Capacityof Metals an it Table 3 Heat calculations Aluminum Copper d Lead Unknown alloy ATmetalfromgraph oC Ilgqto ac ma anew la 13quot c c 0 L 3 a o I i c Heat gained by cold water specific heat of water x mass of water x temperature change ATwater 4134 JK391g391 x 100 g x temperature change littmmIr Heat gained by cold water A 3 383 g 3 355Gq 5 Heat lost by metal heat gained by cold water Heat capacity of metal heat lost by metal I temperature change ATmetal Heat capacity of metal to eke3AA 51L l 3 Mass gf metal Table 1 l 63 Ss qo 3 sq 35 39 ezol 503 Speci c heat of metal heat capacity of metal 1 mass of meta 39i Speci c heat LaeflUsatf ma IOlC aLl LLa moan hilt31 qu VL L Speci cth l tracela 7 age la lci M1616 Molar mass of metal 2698 6355 2092 ebb L a Table 4 Results 1ISpeci c heat of unknown alloy from Table 3 5 guns 9 K Jquot i39 r 1 Molar mass of unknown alloy from Table 3 j g mol Slope of the line a e J K391rnol391 l w i la a f Calculated value of gas constant R 39 0 Q J W 3 i Accepted value of gas39 constant R J K391moll391 t 5 a 39 39 f 39 39 1 i 58 The Heat Capacity of Metals LL Bfitcm baggd Graph 1 Timetemperature calorimeter data for alumlnum m 300 IIIquot 39839 Temp arml39uf c I A O 39 otax w bb9 0 mlll 1 Twit l 39v LMMQ e53 6 I The Heat Capacity of Metals Graph 2 Timetemperature calorlmeter an 8 data for copper on CC r39quot l a gm 398 16 336353976 manta am t f QMPbpd L 9m ates 6 I h The Heat Capacity ofMetas LL 39 hm Graph 3 Timetemperature calorimeter data for lead 691 msulrgai 39TJW C aps c Lawn5 61 a The Heat Capacity of Metals Graph 4 Timetemperature calorimeter a data for an unknown alloy Othsk b Sto39Z KCnNuxaqri TML MWJEJA Cmimo e 6 I The Heat Capacity of Metals u 1 Bad W Graph 5 Graph of the molar mass vs the reciprocal of specific heat Cam HOV1L e i 5 quot zquot 5 lt36 6 BR Lt g m 3 l u 39 E lb ewaero wear 014133quot 63
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