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    Reeox Titration Lab Report

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    [mol/dm3] sulphuric acid was added to the flask, and shaken well with the stopper. The name of the members and the date was written on the flask, and was left for a week for the iron sulphate tablets to fully dissolve in the acid. After the tablets have fully dissolved, the whole solution was filtered using a filter paper and a funnel into a 100 [cm2] volumetric flask. The remaining residue in the filter paper was rinsed with a small amount of distilled water. Then, sulphuric acid was added to…

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    idea may be very simple, but requires great efforts because some developed countries have become so dependent on the combustion of hydrocarbons as an energy source. By limiting pollution such as sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, and carbon dioxide, acids would not be able to form within the atmosphere to create acidic solutions. The cut-off of air pollution would also solve other environmental problems. The solution seems to be to turn to renewable sources quickly to avoid further ocean…

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    N-Butanol Essay

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    Background This experiment was performed to determine the identity of an unknown organic liquid using physical constants: physical state, color, and odor, the solubility classification: water soluble or insoluble, the results of characterization tests: Lucas test, 2,4-Dinitrophenylhydrazine test, Bromine in Methylene Chloride test, and Ferric hydroxamate test, and analyses of spectral data: IR spectrum and HNMR . All testing samples were added to testing tubes for observation. Data was…

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    Acid Rain: Pros and Cons Acid Rain. Acid Rain is regular rain fallen from the clouds then made sufficiently acidic by atmospheric pollution. This is created by the process of burning fossil fuels, they contain sulfur and nitrogen oxides, which combine with atmospheric water to form acids. When people hear the words “acid rain” they immediately think about the horrors of it. Few people think about the positive things that acid rain can bring to us. With the evidence given, both sides could be…

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    the other three liquids. It was expected that whichever combination of liquid and black solid formed a blue solution would be H2SO4 and CuO hence, CuSO4 in solution. On identification of sulphuric acid, the following tests were performed expecting the evolution of carbon dioxide on reaction of the acid with carbonates. Therefore, among the soluble solids, (10) exhibited effervescence and was suspected to be sodium carbonate due to its solubility. The powders and crystals were divided…

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    nitrobenzoate even if it has little different melting point from the literature melting point which is 7880°C. Conclusion/Discussion: During the electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction between methyl benzoate and a nitrating solution of sulfuric and nitric acids, the Meta-Methyl nitrobenzoate product was obtained based on the product melting point range. Percent yield of the crude 56.42% and the percent yield of the recrystallized product was 52.59%. This would indicate that during the…

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    the group tried to dissolve all the beginning substances and finished products in a multitude of solvents. In the testing of the four starting substances for the soaps, the group found that all the substances were insoluble in water and hydrochloric acid. However, vegetable oil was soluble in sodium hydroxide whereas the rest of the substances were not. This proposes that the beginning substances for the soaps are non-polar organic materials, as shown on page 59 of the lab manual1. Then, they…

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    Melting Point Value

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    A important tests were performed on the product to pressure the results: melting point value, percent yield, IR, and TLC. The experimental melting point value was found to be a range of 165-167 ºC being a little lower than the literature value for camphor, the intended product, was 175 ºC. The sharp range was resulted in a slightly pure product. The percent yield was lower than expected which can be the reason most of the product was lost during the extraction and almost completely sublimated…

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    Analysis Of Apricot

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    quantity taken for amino acid analysis. Diluted hydrochloric acid was used for Free amino extraction. Nitrogenous macromolecules that were co-extracted were precipitated using sulfosalicylic acid and removed by filtration. A mixture of performic acid and phenol was used for Oxidation at 0°C. Hydrolysates of the sample were then adjusted to pH 2.2 using 7.5M sodium hydroxide sol. Amino acid analyzer based on ion exchange chromatography was used to separate amino acids. Amino acids were…

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    Camphene Synthesis

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    a 25-mL round-bottomed flask along with a stir bar. To dissolve the camphene, 3.0 mL of glacial acetic acid was added into the flask. The flask was fastened onto a ring stand and immersed in a water bath that was on top of a stir plate. A thermometer wire was placed in the water bath to monitor the temperature throughout the experiment. After the camphene dissolved, 0.50 mL of 8 M sulfuric acid (H2SO4) was added. To prepare for heating, a cork was placed upside down to cap the mixture and…

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