"Burning Magnesium Lab" Essays and Research Papers

  • Burning Magnesium Lab

    Determining the Empirical Formula of a Compound: Burning Magnesium Lab Purpose: To experimentally determine the percent composition of a reaction product. Directions: Work in teams of three. The directions for this lab are on a separate sheet of paper at your lab bench. Make sure that everyone in your group understands the process and purpose before you get started. Assign tasks. Everyone in the group will be expected to contribute at the same level of participation, and for this experiment...

    Chemical reaction, Chemistry, Combustion 1033  Words | 4  Pages

  • Magnesium Lab

    Determination of an Empirical Formula Dylan Klimas 4/4/2013 Period 7 Magnesium lab Purpose: To determine the empirical formula of an oxide of magnesium Materials: * Crucible * Crucible Cover * Crucible tongs * Triangle pipe stem * Ceramic Plate * Ring stand * Steel wool * Iron ring * Bunsen burner * Flint igniter * Electronic balance * 25cm length of Magnesium ribbon Procedure: Safely and securely setup your ring stand, ring, and triangle...

    Chemical element, Chemical formula, Empirical formula 769  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide

    Abstract In the Lab Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide, students set out to find if there is a true 1:1 ratio in the empirical formula of MgO. This was determined by burning the Magnesium until a white smoke started to protrude. This showed the reaction of Oxygen combining with Magnesium to form Magnesium Oxide. This was then measured again and turned out to be slightly heavier than the measurement before. This added weight is Oxygen, forming the combustion of Magnesium Oxide. The formula...

    Carbon dioxide, Combustion, Magnesium 689  Words | 4  Pages

  • Magnesium Oxide Lab Report

     Chemistry SL Magnesium Oxide Lab Report Rashpreet Singh Date Performed: November 6, 2014 Research Question: To determine the empirical formula of the compound which forms between magnesium and oxygen. Design: The following figure represents the experiments lab setup, visualize the equipment used. Materials: Done 1. Ceramic evaporating dish 2. Electronic balance 3. Bunsen burner 4. Retort stand, ring clamp, clay triangle 5. Sand Paper 6. Tongs 7. Magnesium Ribbon Safety: Done 1. The...

    Magnesium, Magnesium hydroxide, Magnesium nitride 856  Words | 7  Pages

  • burning food full lab

    Lab: Energy Stored in Food Background Questions (5 points each = 10 points): 1. What happens to the molecules of the food that we eat during digestion? 2. What type of metabolism is this? Background information: In this lab we will attempt to set a variety of different types of food on fire and capture the heat energy that is given off. The heat energy from the burning comes form the energy stored in the chemical bonds of the food. The more energy in the bonds, the more heat the food will...

    Calorie, Energy, Heat 972  Words | 5  Pages

  • burning acetylene lab

    stoppers (held in large empty beaker) Wooden splint and lit candle Large beaker (500mL to 1L) half full of water Pre-lab Exercise: 1. In this lab we will produce acetylene by placing calcium carbide (CaC2) in water. Write the chemical formula for the reaction between calcium carbide and water knowing that the product is acetylene (C2H2). 2. The acetylene in this lab will be collected in a test tube and burned. Write the balanced equation for the combustion of acetylene. 3. Look at...

    Acetylene, Calcium, Calcium carbide 675  Words | 4  Pages

  • Magnesium to Magnesium Oxide

    31 Introduction- Magnesium is a silvery-white alkaline metal found represent by the atomic number of 12. This experiment involves combining Magnesium with Oxygen which is a gas represented by the chemical element 8. The word equation for the result of this experiment is Magnesium + Oxygen= Magnesium Oxide. The equation is Mg + O =MgO Definitions Word Definitions Mass Number The Mass number is the amount of Protons and Neutrons in the Nucleus. Atomic Number The amount of protons found...

    Chemical compound, Chemical element, Chemical substance 936  Words | 5  Pages

  • Percent Composition Of Magnesium Oxide

    Composition of Magnesium Oxide Aleshia Otieno Mr. Taylor SCH3U-01 Lab #4 Monday, November 17, 2014 Introduction Percentage composition is the percentage of a formula mass represented by each element. Percentage composition compares the mass of one part of a substance to the mass of the whole. The law of definite proportions states that a specific compound always contains the same amount of elements in fixed proportions by mass. By finding the percent composition of magnesium oxide one will...

    Chemistry, Crucible, Magnesium 1042  Words | 5  Pages

  • Massing Mg Lab

    Massing Magnesium Lab Research Question/Aim To understand the change in mass after burning magnesium and to also determine the chemical formula of magnesium oxide Hypothesis Burning the magnesium will result in an increase in mass because the magnesium will react with oxygen in the air to make magnesium oxide Variables Independent- Initial mass of magnesium (Mg) Dependent- Mass of the burnt magnesium (MgO) Controlled: Intensity of flame Apparatus used (same crucible, Bunsen...

    Carbon dioxide, Combustion, Magnesium 1002  Words | 7  Pages

  • Combustion of Magnesium Oxide

    COMBUSTION OF MAGNESIUM OXIDE DESIGN Aim/Purpose: To calculate the number of moles and the empirical formula of magnesium oxide. Safety precautions: 1) Wear lab coat 2) Wear gogles. 3)Make sure the bunsen burner is working properly and their is no leakage. 4) Wear gloves. Hypothesis: The weight of the magnesium ribbon increases after burning, so this indicated that their was a change in mass. This change happened because of the magnesium ribbon inside the crucible which...

    Carbon dioxide, Combustion, Magnesium 625  Words | 3  Pages

  • Empirical Formula Lab

    A) January 18, 2011B) Empirical Formula C) The purpose is to determine the empirical formula of a metallic oxide. D) Pre Lab Questions: After heating the metal, the crucible and contents should mass less than it did before it was heated. This is because heating the crucible may rid of other residue that was left in it; bringing it a to a constant mass. A yellow flame will deposit soot on the crucible. This would be a problem because the soot left on the crucible would vary from our constant...

    Carbon, Combustion, Flame 619  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemical Reactions: Combustion Lab Worksheet and Rubric

    04.05 Chemical Reactions: Combustion: Lab Worksheet and Rubric  Before You Begin:​  You may either copy and paste this document into a word processing  program of your choice or print this page.  Procedure:  1. Iron (III) and copper (II) sulfate solution  2. Fill a small test tube halfway with copper (II) sulfate solution. Add a 2.0 gram iron rod  to the solution and observe the reaction.   3.   4.   5. Lead (II) nitrate and potassium iodide solutions  6. Pour about 2.0 mL of lead (II) nitrate into the test tube...

    Chemical reaction, Chemical reactions, Humphry Davy 517  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemical Reactions Lab

    conversion of reactants into products. Apparatus: • Bunsen or lab burner -Test tube clamp • Butane safety lighter - Test tube rack • Evaporating dish - Wash bottle • Forceps or crucible tongs - Wood Splints • Heat resistant pad • Litmus paper • Pipets • Spatula • Test tubes Materials:  Ammonium carbonate, 0.5g  Calcium carbonate, 0.5g  Copper chloride solution, 4mL  Hydrochloric acid, 4mL  Magnesium ribbon, 2-4 cm strips  Phenolphthalein indicator, 1 drop ...

    Carbon dioxide, Chemical reaction, Chemistry 1135  Words | 5  Pages

  • Types of Reactions Lab

    Types of Reactions Lab By: Due Date: Partners: Teacher: Period: 2 SNC2D Purpose To study different reactions and identify the type of chemical reaction produced. Hypothesis Part A- It is believed that it would be Synthesis reaction. Part B- It is believed that it would be a double displacement. Part C- It is believe that it would be a single displacement reaction. Part D- It is believed...

    Chemical reaction, Chemical reactions, Chemistry 656  Words | 6  Pages

  • Chemistry Lab

    Recognize and distinguish between chemical and physical changes. Materials: - lab balance - microspatula - lab burner - dropper pipet - 5 test tubes - mortar and pestle - test tube rack - magnet - test tube holder - insulating pad - watch glass - safety goggles - glass square - lab apron or coat - copper sulfate pentahydrate - iron fillings - sodium chloride - magnesium ribbon - hydrochloric acid - paper (5 cm x 10 cm) - silver nitarate - birthday...

    Chemical compound, Chemical substance, Chlorine 971  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chem Lab - Heat of Combustion of Magnesium

    Heat of Combustion of Magnesium Background: The students were given full instructions on how to experimentally determine the enthalpy of reaction (ΔHrxn) for the combustion of magnesium ribbon, using Hess’s Law. Data Collection: | |Reaction 1 |Reaction 2 | | |(MgO) |(Mg) ...

    Absolute zero, Energy, Enthalpy 1231  Words | 6  Pages

  • Physical and Chemical Change Lab

    Chemical Changes Lab Question: How do you distinguish a physical and chemical change? Hypothesis: If we use these materials and use magnets, water, burners, and filters on the mixtures and elements given we should determine what kind of effect these materials given will have on these mixtures and elements, physical or chemical. Procedures: -Part A: Record all observations of Part A in Data Table 1 1. Label each substance on seven pieces of paper. Put two pieces of magnesium ribbon on the...

    Carbon dioxide, Chemical reaction, Chemistry 1321  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab 1 Reactivity of Metals

     Lab: Reactivity with Metals Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to determine the reactivity of various metals with water as well as potentially acid and be able to place them in order of reactivity. Hypothesis: If we test the reactivity of alkali metals, alkaline earth metals and period 3 metals, then the least reactive would be aluminium, then magnesium followed by calcium, lithium, sodium and the most reactive would be potassium, because recalling...

    Alkali, Alkali metal, Alkaline earth metal 1614  Words | 6  Pages

  • Burning

    very well detailed. 3. Look for another painting by Dali. Here are some to look for: Burning Giraffe; Apparition of a Face and a Fruit dish on a Beach; Soft Construction with Boiled Beans; Premonition of Civil War; Sleep and Metamorphosis of Narcissus. INSERT THE IMAGE – labeled correctly and web address http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Burning_Giraffe.jpg The Burning Giraffe Artist Salvador Dalí Year 1937 Type Oil on panel Dimensions 35 cm × 27 cm (13.78 in...

    André Breton, Giorgio de Chirico, Leonardo da Vinci 732  Words | 4  Pages

  • Law of Constant Composition Lab: Magnesium and Oxygen

    Purpose: To determine the percent magnesium by mass in magnesium oxide and to observe if the percentage composition is constant by comparing class results. Hypothesis/Prediction: The percent composition by mass of magnesium in magnesium oxide will not change significantly with each group that conducted the experiment. The composition of each substance should stay the same and any differences must be due to some error. Materials:Magnesium stripCrucibleCrucible coverClay triangleIron ringRetort standTongsBalanceBunsen...

    Chemistry, Magnesium, Magnesium hydroxide 1424  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab Report: Physical and Chemical Changes

    Meeker burner Ring stand Iron ring Wire gauze Forceps Sulfur Iron filings Sodium Bicarbonate Sodium Chloride Sugar Sand Magnesium ribbon Hydrochloric Acid Distilled water Filter paper 9 disposable dishes Procedure: 1. Label 7 of the dishes with the names of the following products: Sulfur, Iron, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Chloride, Sugar, Sand, and Magnesium. Place small samples of each in the appropriate dishes. 2. Examine each sample with a magnifying glass and magnet and record your...

    Chlorine, Evaporation, Hydrochloric acid 575  Words | 5  Pages

  • Details About Magnesium (Mg)

    Name: Magnesium Name derived from: Magnesia deriving from the tribe name Magnetes Group No.: 2 Period No.: 3 Electron Configuration: [Ne] 3s2 Symbol: Mg Atomic Mass: 24.305 Group Name: Alkaline earth metal Block: S Description: Magnesium is a chemical element with symbol Mg and atomic number 12. Its common oxidation number is +2. It is an alkaline earth metal and the eighth most abundant element in the Earth's crust and ninth in the known universe as a whole. Magnesium is the fourth most...

    Abundance of the chemical elements, Calcium, Chemical element 1200  Words | 4  Pages

  • Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide

    DETERMINATION OF EMPIRICAL FORMULA OF MAGNESIUM OXIDE Objective: The objective of this lab is to experimentally determine the empirical formula of Magnesium Oxide. Equipment: • Ring Stand • 5 inch ring • wire gauze • Crucible and Crucible lid • Butane burner • Magnesium • Crucible tongs • Safety glasses • Gloves Experimental Procedure 1. Setup ring stand with five inch ring and triangle. 2. Obtain desired amount of Magnesium, a crucible with a lid and...

    Crucible, Evaporation, Magnesium 437  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mgo Lab

    Empirical Formula Determination- Magnesium Oxide Lab Purpose: To determine the % Composition & Empirical Formula of Magnesium oxide. Background: We have been talking about the uses of the formulas of compounds as well as how to determine the simplest (empirical) formula of a compound based on chemical analysis. The purpose of this lab is to put this knowledge to use. During this lab you will start with two separate elements and create a compound. Using the mass of the elements that you...

    Carbon dioxide, Chemical element, Chemical formula 1231  Words | 5  Pages

  • physical and chemical changes lab

    Santiago Canales Partner: Cody Patterson MR. G Physical and Chemical Changes lab Pre lab discussion 1. a- chemical change b- chemical change c- physical change d- chemical change e- physical change 2. Change in color, gas, light or smoke and heat. 3.Becuase if the temperature changes you can notice it better this way. 4. I will use goggles and cloves all the time, I also need to point dangerous materials away from other people and I should be specially cautious with hydrochloric...

    Chemical reaction, Chemical substance, Chemistry 614  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab 1 labpaq

    Lab 1: Observation of Chemical Changes Name: Tyler Lee Lab Partners: none Date of Experiment: Feb 26 2015 Location: My House Course Number: CHE111 Abstract: The point of this lab was to test and observe chemical changes when mixing chemicals together and also through heating chemicals. Experiment and Observations: The experiment performed in the first part of this lab was to mix various chemical solutions together and then observe and record the chemical changes, also if a chemical...

    Chemical compound, Chemical reaction, Chemical substance 774  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chlorine and Magnesium Lab Introduction

    iLab, Week # 3 ATOMIC WEIGHT OF MAGNESIUM LAB Introduction The purpose of this lab experiment is to determine the atomic weight of magnesium by measuring the amount of hydrogen gas evolved when hydrochloric acid reacts with magnesium. The reaction is as followed: Mg + 2HCL  H2 + Mg2+(aq) + 2Cl-(aq) In this experiment there is a one to one relationship between the number of moles of hydrogen gas evolved and the moles of magnesium metal consumed in the reaction. Therefore in the finding of...

    Abundance of the chemical elements, Carbon, Chemical element 286  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chem Lab 1 Report

    Submitted: June 10, 2015 Title: Observations of Chemical and Physical Changes Purpose: the purpose of this lab experiment is that I will be able to decipher the difference between a chemical and physical change. I will be about to tell whether a chemical change has occurred during the experiment or if it was a physical change and I will be able to answer why it is either one. Procedure: In the lab experiment, I mixed different types of chemicals with different background to see if there was a chemical...

    Chemical reaction, Chemistry, Hydrochloric acid 1259  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sparkler Lab

    Sparkler Investigation Lab Honors Chemistry 1st Period Madeline Bluth, Madi Saren, Rayan Lotfi 02/12/12 Lab Safety: * Chemical Safety: watch out for any spills, keep the area clean * Heat Safety: stay at a safe distance from the flame * Sharp Object Safety: take caution when working with magnesium wire * Safety glasses: in case of splashes from the chemicals * Horseplay will not be tolerated Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to find the enthalpy of combustion...

    Chlorine, Enthalpy, Fireworks 1276  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab Report Identifying Physical And Chemical

     Lab Report: Identifying Physical and Chemical Changes Nelson Science Perspectives 10 section 5.2 Amazing Student September 17, 2012 Mrs. Volkmann SNC 2D Purpose: To collect evidence and then use it to identify physical and chemical changes. Hypothesis: I predict the following: Change 1 will be a chemical change Change 2 will be a chemical change Change 3 will be a physical change Change 4 will be a chemical change Change 5 will be a chemical change Change 6 will be a physical...

    Chemical reaction, Chemistry, Chlorine 1071  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab Report Chem

    Formal Lab Report #1 I. Basics Title of the Experiment: The Empirical Formula of an Oxide Authors: Section Number: Chemistry Location and Date II. Abstract The aim in this lab was to determine the empirical formula of an oxide of magnesium through combustion in air. This was achieved by heating an established mass of magnesium in air inside of a crucible, ultimately attaining a compound that contained Mg and O. The major result of the experiment was the empirical formula of the oxide of magnesium...

    Chemical compound, Chemistry, Combustion 907  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Enthalpy of Formation of Magnesium Carbonate

    The Enthalpy of Formation of Magnesium Carbonate By: Jessica Miller T.A: Thomas Lab Partner: Rebekah Melanson Thursday Lab Room 106 Chemistry 1001-A Due Date: Thursday February 3rd 2011 Abstract The purpose of this experiment was to determine the enthalpy of formation of magnesium carbonate in a lab setting. This was done using a calorimeter, which was calibrated by adding a known amount of both hot and cold water. Following the calibration of the calorimeter, HCl was placed into...

    Calorimeter, Calorimetry, Energy 1830  Words | 7  Pages

  • Empirical Formula Lab Magnesium Chlori

    Pre-Lab Discussion An empirical formula is a formula for a chemical compound found by direct laboratory examination. Laboratory procedures allow the chemist to find the simplest whole number ratio of elements within the compound. In order to find the true molecular formula, the chemist also needs to know the compound’s molecular mass. The general procedure is to use laboratory techniques to determine the mass of each element in the compound. In this lab, we will react a known quantity of magnesium...

    Chemical compound, Chemical element, Chemistry 385  Words | 1  Pages

  • Empirical Formula PRE LAB

    Sean Dowling  Julia Phaltankar  Mrs. Oakes  Chemistry w/ Algebra 10/G  February 18, 2015  Determining Empirical Formula Lab   Introduction:   One can find an empirical formula by taking a sample of a compound and dividing the  number of moles of one element in the compound by the number of moles of another element in  the compound to form a small whole­number formula. For example, in a sample of a made up  compound of oxygen and lead, one mole of lead has a molar mass of 207.2 g/mole, and oxygen ...

    Magnesium oxide 703  Words | 3  Pages

  • Stiochiometry Lab

    contribution to chemistry. Research Question -Magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid. If you increase the amount of magnesium added to hydrochloric acid will it change the mass of the initial product? Hypothesis -If you increase the amount of magnesium added to hydrochloric acid then it will increase the amount of mass of the initial product. Variables -Independent Variable: amount of magnesium. Dependent Variable: the mass of the product of magnesium added to hydrochloric acid. Control:...

    Chemical reaction, Chlorine, Force 592  Words | 3  Pages

  • Magnesium Oxide Experiment Lab Report

    product which is Magnesium Metal. Another objective was determining the formula of the compound that results when Magnesium and Oxygen react. Theory: The purpose of this lab was to confirm the chemical formula of magnesium oxide by comparing the masses of pure magnesium solid prior to any reaction and magnesium oxide solid after a reaction between all of the magnesium and oxygen from the air when heated from a Bunsen burner in a crucible. Using molar masses of both magnesium and oxygen, an expected...

    Atomic mass, Chemical element, Magnesium 339  Words | 2  Pages

  • Candle Chem Lab

    Chemistry Chapter 4 The Candle Lab | | ------------------------------------------------- Before You Start – ------------------------------------------------- The scientific process is a systematic way of explaining how events are related to each other in the natural world. Careful observations are the first step in this process. An observation is a fact obtained with the senses. ------------------------------------------------- You might think that a burning candle is pretty simple. But,...

    Candle, Carbon, Carbon dioxide 1492  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lab Report 5D: Hi

    in the lab. Materials: Apparatus Test-tube rack 4 test tubes (25 mm x 150 mm) 4 beakers (150 mL) Safety goggles Lab apron Plastic gloves Full face shield Reagents Zinc Magnesium Iron Copper 1M hydrochloric acid, HCl 1M sulphuric acid, H2SO4 1M acetic acid, HC2H3O2 1M phosphoric acid, H3PO4 Procedure: Please refer to Health Chemistry, Laboratory Experiments, page(s) 75-76. Data and Observations: Table 1: Comparison of Metal Activities Zinc Magnesium Copper ...

    Acid dissociation constant, Alchemy, Chlorine 461  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chem 30 Lab

    Hess Law Lab DESIGN Aspect 1: Problem: What is the molar enthalpy of formation of magnesium oxide? Variables: Manipulated: None Responding: None Controlled: Isolation of calorimeter, concentrations of substances involved. Aspect 2: Background Information: Assumptions: Specific heat capacity of water, we assume that the acid has the same qualities as water including heat capacity, and we assume the enthalpy of formation for magnesium oxide from the data booklet for theoretical...

    Calorimeter, Chlorine, Energy 591  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemical and Physical Changes Lab Report

    Stazi Belvin Chemical and Physical Lab Changes Lab Report 9/5/2014 I. Purpose- The overall purpose of the lab is to identify chemical and physical changes. II. Safety- To work with the chemicals used in the lab, it is required to wear safety goggles to protect your eyes from the fumes when working with the chemicals. It is also required to be cautious when working with the acids used in this lab because they can cause burning and irritation of the skin. Also, be cautious as to not inhale the...

    Chemical reaction, Chemistry, Chlorine 993  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab Report

    0.1 g of ammonium dichromate phenolphthalein tongs strip of magnesium spatula NaOH HCl sodium nitrate potassium chloride. magnesium sulfate calcium nitrate sodium carbonate. Safety notes: 1. Wear aprons and...

    Chemical reaction, Chemistry, Chlorine 629  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab

    Toxicology Lab      1. In  this investigation, a wide range of concentrations of  Sodium Chloride (NaCl) solution  were   created   and  the  effects  that  they  had  on  radish   seeds  were  tested.  This  ultimately  created  a  dose­response  experiment  in  which  it  was  detectable whether  or  not  radish  seeds  were  a  reliable  bioassay  for  the   toxicity  of  NaCl.  The  goal  of  this  experiment  was  to  determine  a  correlation  between  toxicity  and  seed  germination/radicle ...

    Cotyledon, Embryo, Germination 1313  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab Report

    Formal Lab Report | Chemistry | | Student name: Sara Hattar Grade: 10 ”C” | | Teacher: Christine Ziadat | | | Title: Investigating the effects of changing the concentration of an acid on the rate of reaction between HCl and Magnesium. Aim: In this experiment we are going to see the effects of using three different concentrations of HCl when added to Magnesium metal on the rate of reaction. Hypothesis: If the concentration of the acid increased in reaction between HCl (the acid)...

    847  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Lab

    Lab 5 The Diffraction Grating Chinua McDonald Objective: To measure the wavelength of light with a diffraction grating. Theory: The two types of diffraction gratings are the transmission and reflection gratings. They are made by ruling on a piece of glass or metal a number of evenly spaced lines with a fine diamond point. Diffraction phenomena can be analyzed in terms of Huygens’ principle, according to which every point on the wave front of a wave should be considered as a source...

    Diffraction, Diffraction grating, Electromagnetic radiation 674  Words | 3  Pages

  • Molar Volume of a Gas Lab

    Alic Albright, Josh Coleman, Dan Boden, Zach Babin Purpose: The pupose of this lab was to make an experimental determination of a molar volume through reaction of the substance shown: Mg(s) + 2HCl(aq) > MgCl(aq) + H(g) Introduction: In this lab, a magnesium ribbon and HCl are combined in a gas measuring tube. When they are combined they form magnesium chloride and Hydrogen gas. The molar ratio between Mg reacted and H2 produced a 1:1. Thus the number of...

    Chlorine, Gas, Gas laws 816  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chem Lab

    study a set of metals and their reactions reactions using different metals in an ordered activity series, the goal is to find the relative reactivity of them.Discovering why metals react with certain cations and solutions is the main point of this lab. This has many real life applications. When creating buildings, or bridges it is important to understand and counter-act the rusting of iron. You can do that by using the activity series. For any industry using metals, this is important. Manufacturing...

    Aluminium, Copper, Hydrochloric acid 1450  Words | 6  Pages

  • Empirical Formula : Lab Report

    Formula of Magnesium Oxide: Lab Report The objective of the experiment is to determine the empirical formula of Magnesium Oxide through a procedure of heating magnesium ribbon to react with oxygen to form a magnesium oxide compound with the correct ratio of atoms within each element; 1:1. Equipment: REFER TO EXPERIMENT SHEET Method: REFER TO EXPERIMENT SHEET Results: Object | Mass (g) | Crucible + Lid | 38.23 | Crucible + Lid + Magnesium | 38.57 | Crucible + Lid+ Magnesium Oxide |...

    Chemical element, Ion, Ionic bond 530  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemistry 1 Lab Report

    Experiment 12: Calorimetry and Hess’s Law Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to determine the enthalpy of reaction for the burning of one mole of magnesium in oxygen. Although the reaction is exothermic, the ∆HRXN will be determined by using calorimetry and then using Hess’s Law to manipulate the data collected to yield the answer needed. Procedures: Dillon, Stephanie. “ Calorimetry and Hess’s Law.” Laboratory Manual. Pearson Publishing, 2012, pp.168-177. Data and Results Part A ...

    Energy, Enthalpy, Heat transfer 580  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hcl + Mg Lab Report

    Lab Report Background Information: Magnesium is an alkaline earth metal that has the symbol Mg. Magnesium is a fairly strong, silvery-white, light-weight metal (one third lighter than aluminum). In a powder, it heats and ignites when exposed to moisture and burns with a white flame that is harmful to the eyes. It is difficult to ignite in bulk, but once ignited, it is difficult to extinguish. Magnesium Ribbon is a long strip of magnesium metal about 3 millimeters wide and 10 meters long with...

    Chlorine, Gastric acid, Hydrochloric acid 815  Words | 3  Pages

  • sugar lab

    Burning Sugars lab 3rd Hr Andrew Ativie 5/11/14 For the “Burning Sugar Lab” I was asked to make a prediction on what i might have thought the different types of products that would be produced from this experiment. I Stated that Water, Oxygen, Hydrogen, and Carbon would be produced. Because those were the elements that were listed in the product part of the chemical equation. The materials we used to conduct this experiment were 1 test tube, 8g of sugar, and a heat source. Lab Question: ...

    Atom, Carbon dioxide, Chemistry 1026  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab Report

     The Periodic Law Lab Objectives: 1. To determine the solubilities of certain salts of Group 2A elements. 2. To predict the solubility of an unknown Group 2A salt based on the determinations made. Materials: a. .1M Magnesium Nitrate Mg(NO3)2 b. .1M Calcium Nitrate Ca(NO3)2 c. .1M Strontium Nitrate Sr(NO3)2 d. .1M Barium Nitrate Ba(NO3)2 e. .25M Ammonium Oxalate (NH4)2C2O4 f. 1M Sulfuric Acid H2SO4 g. 1M Sodium Carbonate Na2CO3 h. 1M Potassium Chromate K2CrO4 i. Unknown solution ...

    Alkaline earth metal, Calcium, Chemical element 662  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lab Report-

    dioxide and water E. Where did the products go? They vaporized into the air F. A student performing an experiment to determine the caloric content of a cashew nut collected the following data: ● Mass of cashew nut before burning: 0.55 g ● After burning: 0.05 g ● Temp. increase of 200 g of water: 7.0 oC 1. Calculate the total energy released by the combustion of the cashew nut by using the water temp. increase, the mass of the water and specific heat capacity of water. q=delta...

    Carbon dioxide, Energy, Heat 456  Words | 3  Pages

  • This is lab report about The Synthesis and Determination of Empirical Formula for Magnesium Oxide.

    The Synthesis and Determination of Empirical Formula for Magnesium Oxide Aim: To determine the empirical formula for magnesium oxide. Data Collection: Table 1 Mass of empty crucible, crucible + Mg (roughly 1cm pieces of a 15-cm piece of magnesium ribbon), and crucible +MgxOy. (mass measured with an analytical balance). The mass of crucible + MgxOy was obtained after a continuous process of heating, letting cool, heating with water enough to immerse the content and letting cool of the Mg. Mass...

    Calcium, Carbon dioxide, Chemical element 519  Words | 4  Pages

  • Empirical Formula Lab Report

     FORMAL LAB REPORT INTRODUCTION John Dalton’s atomic theory states that elements combine in simple numerical ratios to form compounds. A compound, no matter how it is formed, always contains the same elements in the same proportion by weight. The law of mass conservation states that mass can neither be created nor destroyed. In this experiment, the mass of the metal was not destroyed or created; the metal’s mass was simply changed into a compound form once...

    Chemical element, Magnesium, Magnesium nitride 1059  Words | 5  Pages

  • Beryllium and Magnesium

    Beryllium and magnesium These are just like the reactions with dilute hydrochloric acid, and you have probably been familiar with the reaction between magnesium and dilute sulphuric acid almost since you started doing chemistry. Bubbles of hydrogen are formed, together with colourless solutions of beryllium or magnesium sulphate. For example: Calcium, strontium and barium Calcium sulphate is sparingly soluble, and you can think of strontium and barium sulphates as being insoluble...

    Aluminium, Ammonia, Hydrogen 538  Words | 3  Pages

  • 5.04 Honors lab Chemistry

    ! Name: Laura Romero ! 5.04H: Gas Stoichiometry Lab Worksheet Data and Observations: Present all relevant data in a data table below. Include an observations section for any observations that you made during the lab. (5 points) Data Table Mass of magnesium strip (grams) 0.032 g Volume of gas collected (mL) 30mL Barometric pressure (atm) 1.1 atm Room Temperature (°C) 22 °C Vapor pressure of the water (torr) 19.8 torr ! ! Calculations: ! 1. Write the...

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