Double Replacement Lab Report

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Double Replacement Lab Report Date Completed: October 8, 2015 Objective To analyze and determine if a chemical reaction occurred between two compounds using the concepts we learned in class. Also, if the chemical reaction occurred, to determine if it formed a precipitate or gas. Safety General Safety Precautions: Do not touch the chemicals Use of gloves and coats are recommended, use of goggles should be required Keep the work area clean Dispose of the chemicals properly, DO NOT dispose them in the sink Clean up your work station Wash your hand before and after the lab Make sure all chemicals are labeled correctly NEVER return chemicals to reagent bottles Use the wafting technique to smell the chemical Clean up spills immediately …show more content…

Corrosive to eye contact and skin contact. If there is contact rinse the area with water for 15 minutes. Silver Nitrate: Very Hazardous in case of skin contact or ingestion. Prolonged exposure results in skin burns, ulcerations, and respiratory irritation. If there is contact with the chemical rinse the affected area, get medical attention immediately. Silver Carbonate: Not very hazardous with skin and eye contact (irritation). Non-hazardous. Barium Chloride: Slightly hazardous in case of eye and skin contact. Sodium Phosphate: Slightly hazardous in case of eye and skin contact, rinse with soap and water for skin contact. Calcium Chloride: Hazardous in case of eye and skin contact, in case of contact rinse the area with water thoroughly Potassium Nitrate: Hazardous in case of eye and skin contact, inhalation, and ingestion (irritant). In case of contact wash the affected area and apply emollient. Keep all chemical containers tightly closed. Keep the container in a cool, well-ventilated area. Materials Safety Lab Equipment Safety Goggles Chemical Waste

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