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    With the knowledge of single displacement reactions, it is common to assume that there will always be a reaction between chemicals that present the opportunity of (metalA) + (metalB + nonmetal) → (metalB + nonmetal) + (metalA). In this lab, this notion will be discarded as the activity series demonstrates the actual nature of single displacement reactions where the metals will only exchange if their activity series levels allow them to do so. To explain, the activity series of metals goes in order of:…

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    Displacement Reactions: single and double displacements Introduction There are two types of displacement reactions: One type is called the single displacement reaction, the other is called the double displacement reaction. During a single displacement reaction, an element substitutes another element in a compound, creating a new element and a new compound as products. (Ritter, Plumb, Jenkins, van Kessel, & A. Hirsch, 2001) In most single displacement reactions, either a metal replaces another…

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    Chemical Reactions I Purpose The purpose of this experiment was to test and see how four different chemical reaction worked. The four different chemical reactions are formation, decomposition, single-replacement, and double-replacement. The hypothesis of this experiment was that in each of the different reactions something would happen to the reactant whether it be color, mass, temperature, or pressure. II Equipment For this experiment Late Nite lab was used. In Late Nite Lab the equipment…

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    Introduction: In this lab, I determined what type of reactions could be performed based off of experiments. Six experiments were chosen out of twelve. These six experiments were chosen based off of what Green Chemistry Principle(s) they followed. The purpose of this lab was to perform each experiment correctly and according to the Green Chemistry Principles. There were four parts to this lab. The first part was to familiarize myself with the Bunsen Burner by sketching it out in my laboratory…

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    who were out on convoys or patrolling. I remember the day clearly when my Sargent died. There had been a patrol out doing a routine sweep of our area and he stepped on an IED, which basically turned him into pink mist. There was no body to recover. I remember standing at the left corner security post when the blast went off. The blast was large enough to kill him and open cause minor injuries to the other men around him. There was this sense of panic since there was nothing I could do but watch…

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    Based on our observations from the Zinc and Hydrochloric Acid Lab, we concluded that the chemical reaction that occurred was exothermic and a single displacement reaction. The experiment consisted of zinc (Zn) and hydrochloric acid (HCl) being mixed in a test tube immersed in water. First of all, bubbles were produced during the reaction. Also, a white powdery substance was produced with properties different from those of any reactant. The bubbles suggest that the reaction was a chemical…

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    “Classifying Chemical Reactions - Lab Report” I - Introduction - Chemistry is the study of the composition, structure, properties and change of matter. In chemistry, chemical and physical changes are used to help scientists understand how different substances react given various circumstances. A chemical change is any change resulting in the formation of a new chemical substance(s). A physical property is any change that does not involve the chemical makeup of a substance at all. In total…

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    Single Replacement Reactions and Double Replacement Reactions A chemical reaction is a process that involves rearrangement of the molecular or ionic structure of a substance, as opposed to a change in physical form or a nuclear reaction. The evolution of energy as heat and light, production of gas, formation of a precipitate, and color change are 4 indicators of a chemical reaction. Two out of the six types of reactions are the single and the double replacement reactions. During single…

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    studied and manipulated to explore its uses and properties. In the experiment performed, the copper cycle was observed by placing copper through a series of chemical reactions to demonstrate the different reaction types. Materials and Methods To begin the experiment, a 50 mL beaker was placed on a hot plate with a ring stand along with a fume hood made out of a funnel, rubber tubing, and an aspirator. Before advancing through the experiment, the aspirator was turned on. To begin Cycle Step 1,…

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    Lab report Questions What will happen when zinc is placed in copper (II) sulfate? What will happen when copper is placed in copper (II) sulfate? Prediction It is predicted that when you place zinc and copper (II) sulfate a reaction will occur, resulting in a precipitation. The prediction about the copper (II) sulfate and copper is that nothing will happen. Hypothesis It is hypothesised that when zinc is placed in aqueous copper (II) sulfate, a single displacement reaction will occur as the…

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