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Chemistry 101, Week 6 of Notes

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Here is the answers to Chapter 5 Mastering Chemistry Assignments. It may be confusing to some of you because my professor had my class do chapter 5 instead of chapter 6 this week. Attached as well ...
Introduction to chemistry 1
Erin Rissi
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Chemistry, Science, Chemistry 101, atoms, elements, compunds




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Date Created: 02/18/16
Lab 3: Mixtures and Solutions Pre‐lab Questions 1. Name two homogeneous mixtures and two heterogeneous mixtures that you come across daily. Two homogeneous mixtures would be coffee with cream in it or tea with sugar Two heterogeneous mixtures would be cereal and milk and cucumbers and ranch 2. Explain how you would separate a solid mixture of sand and salt using any of the methods mentioned above. A sand and salt mixture could be separated by filtration and this is because salt is soluble in water. If you have a mixture of salt and sand, then by placing the mixture in water you will find that the salt dissolves but the sand remains. You can then filter this new mixture, the salt in the salty water solution passes through the filter paper to form the filtrate and the sand remains as the residue. Then heat the salty water this allows the water to evaporate leaving behind the salt. Experiment: Separation of a Mixture A large amount of aspirin will dissolve in hot water, but very little (or none at all) will dissolve in cold water. The other ingredients in a safety‐coated aspirin pill are soluble in both hot and cold water. We can use this solubility difference to separate the aspirin in a pill from the other ingredients. You will allow a hot solution containing a crushed pill to cool in an ice bath, where the aspirin crystals should begin to form. If the cooled solution is filtered through a new piece of filter paper, almost all of the solid aspirin will be caught by the filter and the impurities that are soluble in cold water will remain in the water. © eScience Labs, 2013 Lab 3: Mixtures and Solutions © eScience Labs, 2013


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