How does the amount of baking soda mixed with vinegar affect the volume of gas produced per 10 seconds? A reaction is when (usually) a solute acts on a solvent to create a reaction. An example of a reaction is an explosion, Here we will be using baking soda and vinegar which are our two components which will cause for a reaction to take place. Reactions can be affected by several things such as temperature, concentration and the presence or absence of a catalyst which is a substance which can increase the rate of reaction. To determine the rate of reaction there are many method to be used for example, measuring the mass after the product has been added and measuring the difference in mass on the duration of a digital scale. Another method, which will be used in this experiment is using a gas syringe to measure the volume of the gas which has been produced. The cylinder inside, will be pushed out to show a quantitative presentation of the volume produced by the reaction. Hypothesis I predict that the more baking powder added to the vinegar, the more reaction will take place causing for more gas to be produced per 10 seconds. There will be a gradual decrease in difference between volume in gas per 10 seconds over the duration of time. I predict that the more baking powder is added, the more gas will be produced because there is more vinegar to react with baking powder The chemical name for baking powder is sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) and vinegar is acetic acid
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A mixture of elements is what is known as compounds. Chemical reactions occur when particles react with each other and atoms in molecules get rearranged. Reactions happen either rapidly or slowly. The speed of a reaction is known as the rate of the reaction. This speed of chemical reaction depends on many factors such as temperature, particle size of reactants, and the intensity of reactants.
The items that were massed were the evaporating dish, watch glass, and NaCO3. The materials were massed once before and once after being heated in the drying oven. The mass of the evaporating Dish before was 46.57 g; while after being heating was 60.15 g. The mass of the watch glass before was 57.97 g and after was 48.75g. There were two masses taken for the substance NaHCO3- one with the evaporating dish and one without, subtracted out after the lab was concluded. The mass of the substance with the dish was 48.79 g before and 62.33 g after; meanwhile, the mass of the substance without the dish was 2.22 g before and 2.18 g after. The mass of the NaHCO3 had changed after the reaction occurred along with after it was placed on the hot plate and being in the drying oven.
The control in the experiment is water. Units used while timing the productivity of gas from an Alka-Seltzer tablet in different temperatures is, seconds. In order to find out if temperature controls the rate of chemical reaction, whether hot water is a more effective way to make the gas produce at a faster speed, it would be necessary to compare the results of different temperatures at the end of each trial. In order to do this the scientists will measure the volume of gas that is produced within a 10 second interval time after the tablet begins to react.
Everyone knows the simple and easy experiment of vinegar and baking soda, but do you really know how it works. This paper will not only explain what makes these two very different chemicals react, but also what materials you will need to accomplish this easy science experiment. Baking soda and vinegar are two different chemical with two very different uses, they are not really even supposed to be used for a science experiment, take vinegar for example, some individuals use vinegar for cooking. Baking soda has a very different use, it is used for bee-stings. When vinegar and baking soda are combined, the hydrogen ions in the vinegar interact with the sodium and bicarbonate in the baking soda.
Introduction 1.1 Aim: To determine the kinetic parameters, Vmax and Km, of the alkaline phosphatase enzyme through the determination of the optimum pH and temperature. 1.2 Theory and Principles (General Background): Enzymes are highly specific protein catalysts that are utilised in chemical reactions in biological systems.1 Enzymes, being catalysts, decrease the activation energy required to convert substrates to products. They do this by attaching to the substrate to form an intermediate; the substrate binds to the active site of the enzyme. Then, another or the same enzyme reacts with the intermediate to form the final product.2 The rate of enzyme-catalysed reactions is influenced by different environmental conditions, such as: concentration
Title: THE BALLOON INFLATION REACTION Introduction: Chemistry is one thing that makes us understand and gives us reasons of why certain reactions gives certain results. In this experiment we will be illustrating the reaction between baking powder and vinegar and see what happens to the balloon that is attached to it. Hypothetically the reaction of the vinegar and baking powder will produce carbon dioxide which will inflate the balloon. If the more vinegar may happen that when more vinegar is added to the baking powder it may produce more carbon dioxide thus the balloons diameter increases.
Hypothesis: Increasing substrate concentration will increase the initial reaction rate until it stops increasing and flattens out. Independent Variable: Substrate concentration Dependent Variable: The substrate itself, 1.0% Hydrogen Peroxide How Dependent Variable will be Measured: Hydrogen Peroxide will be used in every experiment, just with different test tubes. The amount of Hydrogen Peroxide in the mixing table is the amount that will be added to each test tube.
For example. A method which will be used in this experiment will be to use a gas syringe to measure the volume of the gas which has been produced. The cylinder inside, will be pushed out to show a quantitative presentation of the volume produced by the reaction. Collision theory is a theory proposed by Max Trantz that explains how chemical reactions occur and why there are different rates for different reactions.
Introduction: The purpose of this experiment is to demonstrate the different types of chemical reactions, those including Copper. There are different types of chemical reactions. A double displacement reaction is a chemical process involving the exchange of bonds between two reacting chemical species. A a decomposition reaction is the separation of a chemical compound into elements or simpler compounds and the single-displacement reaction is a type of
Mika Nijhawan 9/29- 10/10 2 MENTOS AND SODA LAB REPORT State the Problem Does the type of soda affect the size of the explosion, after mentos are added? Develop a Hypothesis If seven mentos to a 2L bottle of Diet Pepsi, then it will create the biggest geyser out of Coke, Fanta, & Root Beer because Diet Pepsi has potassium benzoate, aspartame, and the carbonation which react to mentos. Design an Experiment Materials List: 1 clear test tube 35 original flavored Mentos candies (2 1/2 rolls) 1 3x5 index card 4 2L bottles of soda (all different flavors/types) 1 2L bottle of soda water 1 100 mL graduated cylinder 1 400 mL beaker 1 pair of tweezers (preferably large) 1 small container Procedure: Stack seven mentos in the test tube When given permission take the test tube, soda bottles, index cards, and the remaining 25 mentos, to the designated area Place one of the four soda bottles on a flat area Open the soda bottle and place the 3x5 index card over it With the index card over the soda bottle, flip the test tube over and place it on the index card, so the test tube is lined with
AIM To design an investigation to study the kinetics of a reaction of your choice RESEARCH QUESTION With respect to hydrochloric acid (HCl), what is the order of reaction in the reaction between HCl and calcium carbonate (CaCO3) determined by changing the concentration of HCl and measuring the volume of carbon dioxide gas (CO2) collected in 30 seconds whilst keeping the mass of the powdered CaCO3 constant and the temperature of the reaction system at 25oC? BACKGROUND INFORMATION Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) is a chemical compound that is commonly found in rocks such as chalk, limestone, marble and travertine in all parts of the world. It also used as a form of medicine as a dietary supplement for a person with insufficient calcium intake because calcium is needed by the body for healthy bones, muscles, nervous system, and heart. CaCO3 is also used as an antacid to relieve
Lab Report Experiment 6 Rates of Chemical Reactions By Nikhola Mirashirova Lab Partner: Dina Abetova Section 3, Saturday October 31, 2015 Introduction Rate reaction is the measure of the change in concentration of the reactants or the change in concentration of the products per unit time.1,2 Rate law for this experiment: Rate = k(I-)m(BrO3-)n(H+)p There are several factors which affect the rate of reaction: catalyst, reactant concentration, and temperature.1,2 A catalyst is a substance that changes, increases or decreases, the rate of a chemical reaction but is not being used up during the reaction.3 It provides an alternative way, so that the rate of reaction changes.4 Catalyst, which is used in this experiment, is (NH4)2MoO (0.5 M).
If this project would work, the US could save billions of dollars, thousands of lives, and hundred thousands of houses. This experiment uses baking soda as a flame retardant. How exactly does baking soda work as a flame retardant? This is because when a fire starts, it