To prepare for the lab, fill one 600 mL beaker ⅔ full with tap water (roughly 400 mL full) and place on a hot plate with a thermometer. This beaker’s temperature needs to stay constant at 60℃ so the hot plate settings may need to be adjusted throughout the lab. Next, fill the 1000 mL beaker ⅔ full with cool tap water (roughly 700mL full) and place a thermometer in it. Set this beaker aside and maintain a temperature of roughly 25℃. Place the test tube of benzoic acid/lauric acid in the 60℃ water on the hot plate and when the solid solution begins to melt place the thermometer that was in the water into the test tube.
To make the 2M HCl solution, 200mL deionized water was added to a 600mL beaker labelled “2M HCl” by using a graduated cylinder. Then, 100mL 6M HCl was added to the same beaker also by using a graduated cylinder. The solution was stirred with a stirring rod. To make the 2M NaOH solution, 50mL deionized water was added to a 400mL beaker labelled “2M NaOH”. Then, 100mL 3M NaOH was added to the same beaker.
In the lab, “Properties of Hydrates,” the purpose was to compare the properties of several well observable hydrates and to determine if dehydration is a reversible or irreversible change. The lab consisted of attaining a pea-size sample of each compound, burning it over a bunsen burner, and comparing the starting mass and the mass lost after the combustion. These results are important to be able to identify a variety of different chemicals that contain water molecules as part of their crystalline structure. Some can be removed by heating (resulting in evaporation) and some remain mostly unchanged. In this lab the answer will be found.
1) Percentage yield experiment: First we measured 20cm3 of sulphuric acid into a beaker using a measuring cylinder, this will help us determine the percentage yield at the end of the experiment. We then heated the beaker containing the sulphuric acid using a Bunsen burner in order to heat it up for the copper oxide to mix with. We then weighed out 1.02g of copper oxide and added it to the acid and stirred it whilst doing so, we did that until the liquid turned blue, this proves that the chemicals have mixed together. We then weighed this liquid which will help us determine the percentage yield. We then filtered the liquid off which gave us the amount we obtained.
The Effect of Alkaseltzer Tablets on the Boiling Point of Water Zackary Zambrano Chemistry Honors Mrs.Gregor Period-3 10/5/16 Introduction Statement of Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to see whether or not alkaseltzer tablets have an effect on the boiling point of 100 mL of water. The control is just water, the variable groups are 100 mL of water with one tablet, and 100 mL of water with two tablets. “What exactly is boiling? The technical definition is what occurs when the vapor pressure of a liquid is greater than or equal to the atmospheric pressure.”(Lopez,k) Simply put water, boils when enough energy is released to cause bubbles and then turn to vapor. When water begins to boil, the water will continue to boil at
Throughout the mixing process, the clear red solution slowly changes to a denser red solution (Appendix figure 23). A thermometer was used for temperature checking. The beaker was removed from the hot plate when the temperature was found to be higher than 50 ℃. This was done to prevent a sudden gelation happen before all the active dissolved in the ethylene glycol. Moderate heating of the solution for a period of time is allowed to obtain a wet gel (Appendix figure 24).
Place melted agar solution and pre-warmed 2x culture medium in an ice bucket filled with hot tap water (42 °C). Also place a 50 ml conical tube in a tube holder in the ice bucket with hot water. Transfer bucket to cell culture hood for subsequent steps. 3. For the bottom layer of agar, you will need 1.5 ml of a mix of agar and medium per well of a 6-well
Measure and record the total mass of water and the beaker. Subtract this with the value from step 2 in order to achieve the initial mass of water. Using the electronic scale, Measure and record the mass(g) of the alcohol burner, continue by measuring 150 g of ethanol and insert it into the alcohol burner. Place the wire gauze on top of ring clamp belonging to the ring stand. Place the 250ml beaker on top of the wire gauze.
Nursing Problem – Pyrexia related to skin infection Goal – Peter will have no fever in 2 hours. Interventions 1.Apply wet cold flannel to patient forehead and back of the neck. Rationale- By the method of conduction, this will help to bring the temperature down (Crisp & Taylor,2009). 2. Ask the patient to take extra layers of clothing off and on a table fan.
Add deionized water to the volumetric flask to the 250ml mark on the volumetric flask. 13. Read the volume from the bottom of the meniscus. 14. Swirl the solution to ensure that the oxalic acid crystals are properly dissolved in the deionised water.