Chemistry Lab on Single Replacement Reactions

Topics: Copper, Zinc, Magnesium Pages: 2 (307 words) Published: December 6, 2012
Katerina Baeza Hernandez
| | | | | | | |Zn |Mg |Cu |Pb | | |(+) clear liquid but the |(+) a black spot appeared on|(-) no reaction occurred |(-) no reaction | |Pb(NO3)2 |Zinc itself turned glittery |the sliver of magnesium. | | | | |(+) the liquid looks |(+) There was also a black |(+) The copper almost looks |(+) the balls of lead turned| |AgNO3 |ash-like and the Zinc turned|spot that appeared on the |like fuzz grew on it |black and look fuzzy and | | |black and looks like it is |magnesium. | |soft as though they lost | | |falling apart | | |their solidity. | | |(-) no reaction occurred |(+) the magnesium appeared |(-) no reaction |(-) no reaction | |MgCl2 | |thinner than it was before | | | | | |the MgCl was added | | | | |(+) There is a black tint to|(+) there was black spotting|(-) no reaction |(-) no reaction | |CuSO4 |the Zinc and the edges are |on the magnesium and the | | | |...
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