"Conclusion To Lab Experiment Separation Techniques" Essays and Research Papers

  • Conclusion To Lab Experiment Separation Techniques

    Sam Chu (Jacob Gorman and Tyler Kui) Lab #1: Separation of a Mixture Mr. Mejia 10/3/14 Separation of a Mixture Lab Report Abstract The purpose of the experiment was to separate an initial heterogeneous mixture composed of 5.00 grams of salt, 2.00 grams of sand, 50.0 mL of water, 15.00 grams of pebbles, and 1.00 gram of iron filings, and leave as much salt as possible remaining. Using separation techniques including magnetizing, evaporation, filtration, etc. the heterogeneous mixture was thoroughly...

    Erlenmeyer flask, Filter paper, Fleaker 1134  Words | 4  Pages

  • experiment

    Experiment 2: IDENTIFICATION OF UNKNOWNS BY TLC AND MP IN COMBINATION Introduction: Thin layer chromatography (TLC) is one of the most valuable techniques in organic chemistry. This is a best method of separating and identifying mixtures of two or more compounds. The separation is accomplished by the distribution of the mixture between two phases: one that is stationary and one that is moving or mobile. Chromatography works on the principle that different compounds will have different...

    Analytical chemistry, Chemical compound, Chemistry 1428  Words | 5  Pages

  • Separation of Mixtures Lab

    Katie Arrington 09/18/2012 09/19/2012 Title: Separation of Mixtures and Solids Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to practice the process of separating mixtures of different solids. Procedure: This experiment consisted of different processes to separate a mixture of solids into the four individual solids: sand, benzoic acid, iron fillings, and sodium chloride. To remove the iron fillings from the mixture I used a magnet and scanned it across the entire mixture and the magnet...

    Chemical engineering, Evaporation, Ion 615  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiment 2 Lab Techniques and Measurements

    Questions A. Water boils at 100°C at sea level. If the water in this experiment did not boil at 100°C, what could be the reason? Water will boil at lower temperature at sea level. If the water did not boil at 100c the reason would probably be that you are above sea level. B. While heating two different...

    Boiling, Density, Kilogram 1061  Words | 5  Pages

  • Separation of Mixtures Lab Report

    PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY LAB I Experiment 2 Separation Of Mixtures INTRODUCTION A mixture can simply be defined as a substance that is made up or consists of two or more elements and/or compounds that are physically combined but that have not reacted chemically to form new substances. A mixture may be a solid, liquid, gas, or some combination of those states. Mixtures can be found almost every wher in our everyday lifes and some common examples are * sand and water * salt and water ...

    Calcium chloride, Distillation, Liquid 703  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separation of a Mixture of Solids

    Lab 3 – Separation of a Mixture of Solids Cathy Lab Partners: Chelsea Brooke Sept 4, 2012 Chemistry 131A Dr. Vicki H Audia Pelab Questions: Proposed procedure for separation of a mixture: Use physical properties of the 4 substances to separate. 1. Remove iron with magnet 2. Add water to the mixture to melt the benzoic acid and NaCl then filter out sand. 3. Chill the solution and scoop the acid out leaving a salt solution. 4. Boil water away leaving salt. Purpose: The...

    Boiling, Chemistry, Crystal 868  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab#3 Separation of a Mixture of Solids

    Title: Lab #3 Separation of a Mixture of Solids Purpose: To understand the different separation methods and techniques that depend on the chemical properties of a specific substance. Also to become more comfortable with performing those actions of separation so I have them in the future. For this experiment, I will separate a mixture of four distinct substances: sodium chloride, benzoic acid, silicon dioxide, and iron fillings into pure beings. Procedure: Materials: distilled water coffee...

    Evaporation, Filter paper, Force 1617  Words | 5  Pages

  • Separation Techniques

    Separation techniques are an important part of chemistry. However, their importance is not just limited to chemistry; they are also used in our daily lives. Separation techniques are methods used to separate and/or purify mixtures. There are many kinds of separation techniques that are used in our day to day life, such as filtration, Centrifuging, Decanting, fractional distillation and sieving. Each of these methods has their own specific uses in our daily lives which make our chores much easier...

    Chemical engineering, Distillation, Filters 1096  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiment 1, Introduction to Laboratory Techniques

    Introduction to Laboratory Techniques Sean Pence Jackie Butler September 6, 2012 September 13, 2012 Abstract: This lab contains four different experiments. All four experiments focus on proper laboratory techniques. The reasoning behind this lab was to become familiar with lab equipment, the proper usage of lab equipment, and how to correctly take data and notes. The first experiment of this lab was to determine the volume of water in various types of equipment. The second experiment was to measure the...

    Atmospheric pressure, Boiling point, Celsius 1510  Words | 6  Pages

  • Separation Techniques

    Main Separation Techniques A mixture is usually an impure substance and it is necessary to separate mixtures in order to obtain its pure components. The components of a mixture are not chemically combined. Therefore, they can be separated by physical methods; the components of a mixture will still contain their properties. Methods used to separate mixtures depend on the physical differences between the components of the mixture. The main separation techniques include: Filtration A method which...

    Distillation, Ethanol, Separation process 1225  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab Techniques

    Introduction to Chemical Systems in the Laboratory’1. Specifically, 1.90 grams of KCL was weighed in a 250ml beaker and dissolved in 25 ml of deionized water. This solution was then quantitatively transferred to a 250ml volumetric flask. Proper technique is needed for quantitative analysis. This transfer was done to ensure that there was no detectable KCl left in the beaker. After transferring the solution add 3 drops of AgNO3 to the rinsed beaked to check the completeness of the transfer. Now take...

    Laboratory glassware, Mixture, Pipette 669  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab Report Experiment 4

    during the experiment. Phthalic Acid melted just 20°C less than the standard melting point for Phthalic Acid. Naphthalene melted 10°C less and Benzoic Acid also did not reach the standard melting point. Reasons for a low percent Recovery for Phthalic Acid and Naphthalene is probably because not all of the solid were collected when filtered out. Reasons for Benzoic Acid being over 100 % is probably because there was an excess of solute and it was not filtered out correctly. Conclusion To conclude...

    Benzene, Chemistry, Concentration 415  Words | 6  Pages

  • Mix Culture Streak Plate Kitchen Lab Microbiology

    purpose of this experiment is to obtain isolation of individual species of particles from the mixed culture. This is completed through the isolation technique of streak plate. The objective of this experiment is to replicate the technique of streak plate but on a much larger scale. Because it is on a larger scale the particles are able to be visually observed as they are isolated using the streaking technique as the experiment is conducted. The benefits of the streaking technique is when a cultures...

    Agar plate, Dishware, Particle 1538  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mixture Lab Write Up

    | Separation of a Salt, Sand, and Water Mixture | Jamie Schurz and Austin Hoggard | | Date experiment was performed: September 6 and September 7 | | | Introduction Purpose: The purpose of the experiment was to use various lab equipment and lab techniques to separate a mixture of salt, sand, and water. Background: An element is the simplest form of a substance that retains the properties of that substance. A compound is a substance formed by combining two or more elements set...

    Chemical compound, Chemical substance, Chemistry 935  Words | 4  Pages

  • Technique and Measurement Lab Report

    Name: Brittany White | Date:2/11/13 | Exp 1: Laboratory Techniques & Measurements | Lab Section: 73426/0 | Data Tables: Length and Measurements Object Measured | Length in cm | Length in mm | Key | 6.4cm | 64mm | Fork | 26.5cm | 265mm | CD | 17cm | 170mm | Warm Temperature Measurements Hot tap water temperature _73___˚C Boiling water temperature _101___˚C Cold Temperature Measurements Cold tap water temperature __15__˚C Ice water temperature __0__˚C Volume Measurements Volume...

    Boiling, Boiling point, Density 624  Words | 3  Pages

  • Aseptic Technique Lab

    Aseptic Technique and Culturing Microbes Lab 3 Brittney Case August 4th 2013 Section: Mic 101 Microbiology Session 1 Abstract: The Purpose of this experiment is to gain knowledge of how to properly use aseptic techniques to transfer cultures, learning about cultured media and how to distinguish various types of microbial growths as well as what is required for them to grow properly. Hypothesis: This exercise will allow me to gain knowledge of how to properly use aseptic techniques...

    Agar plate, Antibiotic, Bacteria 1396  Words | 6  Pages

  • Seperation Lab

    Separation Lab Purpose: This lab was based on the separation of the components of a mixture. A mixture can be defined as a physical combination of two or more pure substances. Separation techniques are used to separate components that are not chemically combined. All of these techniques involve changes in the physical state of a chemical compound rather than chemical changes. Sea sand, table salt, and two other unknown substances will be separated using the separation techniques in order to demonstrate...

    Chemical compound, Chemical substance, Mass 1225  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab. Techniques and Measurements

    Name: LaGarrian Harris|Date: 2/10/2013| Exp 2: Laboratory Techniques & Measurements|Lab Section: 1411| Data Tables: Length Measurements Object Measured|Length in cm|Length in mm|Length in m| Key|5.2|52|0.05| CD|12.0|120|0.12| Spoon|15.0|150|0.15| Warm Temperature Measurements Hot tap water temperature __44.0 ˚?C 111.2˚?F 317.15_K Boiling water temperature at 5 min __100_˚?C _212 ˚?F 373.15_K Cold Temperature Measurements Cold tap water temperature _19.0_˚?C _66...

    Boiling, Density, Isopropyl alcohol 1232  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chem Lab Mixtures

    Purpose: In this lab, a mixture of naphthalene (C10H8), common table salt (NaCl), and sea sand (SiO2) will be separated using the separation techniques in order to demonstrate the properties of mixtures and their ability to be separated by physical means. INTRODUCTION: This lab was based on the separation of the components of a mixture. A mixture can be defined as a physical combination of two or more pure substances. Separation techniques are used to separate components that are not chemically...

    Chemical substance, Distillation, Liquid 1619  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lab Experiment

    CHEE MAO HAN GROUP : GROUP 3 EXPERIMENT NO. : 2 EXPERIMENT TITLE: DETERMINATION OF THE ACTIVATION ENERGU FOR THE REACTION OF BROMIDE AND BROMATE IONS IN ACID SOLUTION DATE : 14 FEB 2012 (TUESDAY) LECTURER : DR.HA SIE TIONG EXPERIMENT 2 Title Of The Experiment: Determination Of The Activation Energy For The Reaction ...

    Chemical kinetics, Chemical reaction, Chemistry 747  Words | 4  Pages

  • Experiment D Separation Of Alcohols By Fractional Distillation

    Experiment D: Separation of Alcohols by Fractional Distillation Pre-lab Properties: Propanol, butanol, methanol Purpose: To separate two alcohols by distillation and analyze results with GC. Do not plug mantle directly into electrical outlet, use controller! Use 40/60 mol percent propanol/butanol (no cyclohexane or toluene are used in this lab because they are more toxic) Set up fractional distillation Set heat at highest level to start, then turn back down to 60-80% when vapor starts up...

    Distillation, Ethanol, Evaporation 600  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab Report for Experiment #2: Purification of Acetanilide by Recrystallization

    LAB REPORT FOR EXPERIMENT #2: PURIFICATION OF ACETANILIDE BY RECRYSTALLIZATION Your name TA’s name Your Partner’s name Lab Section OBSERVATIONS: A. SELECTING A RECRYSTALLIZATION SOLVENT | |Solubility Test (cold) |Solubility Test (hot) | |Water |insoluble |soluble | |pet ether |insoluble...

    Carbon, Chemical substance, Crystal 400  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separation techniques Chemistry

    Separation by difference in particle size: Sieving: - Is a way pf separating mixtures of solids, or solids and liquids with different sized particles - The mixture is poured through a sieve and the particles smaller than the sieve pass through while the larger particles are trapped by the sieve - The are commonly used for cooking - E.g. a mixture of rice and water is poured through a sieve to capture rice and remove the water Filtration - Is a technique commonly used for mixtures of solids and liquid...

    Distillation, Electromagnetism, Evaporation 624  Words | 2  Pages

  • Quantitative Separation Techniques of a Mixture of C10H8, Nacl and Sio2

    Resolving and Determining the Percentages of Naphthalene, NaCl and SiO2 in a Mixture with the use of Separation Techniques Castro, Sarleen G.* Cid, John Emmanuel V., Clemente, Christian Joy G. Group 5, 1CHEM, Department of Chemistry, College of Science, University of Santo Tomas, España, Manila, 1015 August 24, 2012 Abstract A mixture can be homogenous or heterogenous, depending if the mixture has been uniform throughout the mixture or not. One of the objectives is to separate C10H8,...

    Chemical substance, Chemistry, Evaporation 1695  Words | 6  Pages

  • Separation of a Mixture of Solids

    PURPOSE The purpose of this experiment is to become familiar with the separation of mixtures of solid and learn separation techniques based on the chemical properties of a substance. PROCEDURES 1. Separating out the Iron a. Use your digital scale to determine the mass of your weighing dish. b. Empty the entire mixture of solids from the plastic bag into the weighing dish and determine the gross mass of the total mixture and weighing dish. Compute the net mass of the mixture: this is equal...

    Drinkware, Kilogram, Mass 1522  Words | 5  Pages

  • Experiment 2D

    Up Experiment 2D: Separation of a mixture by Paper Chromatography Objectives: 1. To assemble and operate a paper chromatography apparatus 2. To study and the significance of Rf values 3. To test various food colorings and to calculate their Rf values 4. To compare measured Rf values with standard Rf values 5. To separate mixtures of food coloring into their components 6. To identify the components of mixtures by means of their Rf values Materials / Apparatus: See “Health Chemistry Lab Experiments”...

    Chromatography, Color, Color wheel 1120  Words | 4  Pages

  • Experiment 2

    Experiment # Title Student Name: Student Number: Section Number: 0103 TA: Stephen Ho Date the experiment were performed: Date the lab report was submitted: Introduction: (Ideally, one pages, maximum 2 pages) * Background information (one paragraph) * Purpose of the experiment (Should be stated in few sentences) * Theory (One to two paragraph), including chemical reaction equation Experimental: (1-2 pages) * Still need to mention that the procedure was adapted from...

    Chemical reaction, Chemistry, Citation 532  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separation of a Mixture: Unknown # 12-Green

    Separation of a Mixture: Unknown # 12-Green Chemistry 221 with Professor Thomas Quale May 2012 Formal Lab Report Abstract An unknown sample, # 12-Green, was separated into its individual variable components, iron, ammonium chloride, silicon dioxide, and sodium chloride. The techniques used to separate the components of unknown # 12-Green, magnetism, sublimation, extraction, and filtration, were chosen based on the unique properties of each component. Using these separation techniques, each substance...

    Ammonia, Carbon dioxide, Chlorine 1068  Words | 4  Pages

  • Experiment B Separation of an Organic Acid from a Mixture

    Experiment B: Separation of an Organic Acid from a Mixture Pre-lab Properties: (You can try http://sciencelab.com for properties) 5% Sodium hydroxide, p-nitrobenzoic acid, p-nitrotoluene, diethyl ether, and 15% sulfuric acid Purpose: To separate an organic acid from a mixture Up to 100% of missed reporting points can be recovered for this lab Wear safety goggles at all times All materials are either disposed in waste bottles in hoods or returned directly to TA for credit. Never leave compounds...

    Acid, Chemistry, Ethanol 606  Words | 2  Pages

  • Lab Report: Separation and Purification of Organic Compounds: Crystallization

    de San Juan de Letran College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Experiment #3 SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS: CRYSTALLIZATION Gomez, Paola Anne M. DOP: 2 July 2013 Student no. : 4120403 DOS: 9 July 2013 Group: Carcinogenic Remarks: _____________________________________________________________________ Engr. C. D. Sanchez Instructor THEORETICAL DISCUSSION Crystallization is a technique which chemists use to purify solid compounds. It is one of the...

    Chemistry, Concentration, Crystal 776  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separation of a Mixture of Solids

    INSTRUCTOR DR. NANCY MARASHI. | Background: During this experiment students will take a mixture and separate it into its’ pure substances. A mixture is a combination of two or more substance. These substances cannot be combined chemically but more physically. The pure substances are substances that cannot be separated any more by physical means. The students will learn the difference of these two meanings during the experiment. The pure substance will be separated by something called their...

    Chemical substance, Chemistry, Drinkware 1429  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water Lab Conclusion

    In conclusion, after conducting the lab, the emergent properties of water were tested and proved. These trials and experiments were able to verify the adhesion, cohesion, polarity, temperature stabilization, solvency, and density changes exhibited by water.    During the glass and wax paper lab, we observed the adhesive properties of water. When a droplet of water touched the glass, it dispersed immediately. The droplet placed on the wax paper remained intact and in droplet form. Also, when the...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Electric charge 879  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab 1

    Experiment 4: Heating Under Reflux- Synthesis of Salicylic Acid from Wintergreen Oil Precious Ahmed ID# 6463614 Section 07, Friday afternoon Lab experiment performed on: Friday, January 19, 2013 Lab report submitted on: Friday, January 24, 2013 Introduction Before the synthetic aspirin of today, salicylic acid, which is the important ingredient found in aspirin, was extracted naturally from methyl salicylate found in Wintergreen oil, which could be found in certain plants. The purpose...

    Aspirin, Chemistry, Distillation 1433  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chem Lab

    Chem 201 Lab October 21, 2011 Lab #6: Preparation of 2-chloro-2-methylbutane – an Sn 1 Reaction Purpose The purpose of this experiment was to prepare an alkyl halide, 2-chloro-2-methylbutane by reacting 2-methyl -2-butanol (t-amyl alcohol) with hydrochloric acid. Alkyl halides are of wide interest because they are widespread and have diverse beneficial and detrimental impacts .The overall reaction is given below: Procedure 1 ml of 2-methyl-2-butanol was measured using 1 ml syringe and...

    Chemical reaction, Chlorine, Ethanol 757  Words | 3  Pages

  • Salt And Sand Lab Report

    Nupoor Matieda October 10, 2014 PD 9/10 Lab Report Separation of a Mixture of Sand and Salt Goal(s): To separate a mixture of sand and salt and to find the percent of each component by mass of each mixture Background Theory: A mixture is a combination of two or more pure substances in which each pure substance retains its individual chemical properties. Mixtures can be separated by physical processes such as filtration and evaporation. Filtration is a process where...

    Chemical substance, Distillation, Evaporation 1057  Words | 3  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

  • lab report chemistry matriculation experiment 5

    Lab report chemistry matriculation experiment 5 Example chemistry lab report matriculation experiment 4. Free ebook, pdf. Lab Session 5, Experiment 4 Chemical Nomenclature. Thursday, January 21, 2010 /. Introduction: The laboratory method used in the experiment is titration. Titration is a method usedin. Chemistry Lab Report on standardization of acid and bases. 34335 views. The flask is swirled to dissolve the KHP sample completely.5. The initial reading. (2011) Chemistry for Matriculation. Selangor...

    Chemistry, Creative writing, Essay 970  Words | 3  Pages

  • CHEM 2204 Chromatography Lab

    CHEM 2204 Chromatography Lab by wyk.wong » Fri Jul 11, 2014 10:25 am Results and Calculations Rf values Rf=(Distance moved by the spot (cm))/(Distance moved by the solvent front (cm)) Toluene: Rf=2 cm/3.8 cm=0.53 (Fluorenone) Rf=1.1 cm/3.8 cm=0.29 (Fluorene) Hexane: Rf=1.8 cm/2.2 cm=0.82 (Fluorene) Rf=0 cm/2.2 cm=0 (Fluorene Table 1: Experimental IR peaks compared to literature IR peaks for fluorenone Functional group Experimental peak (cm-1) Literature peak (cm-1) C-H 3010.5 3013...

    Analytical chemistry, Benzene, Chemical substance 1263  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab Experiment: Ionic Reactions

    Edward Dickson CHE101 DS-01 Experiment Date 7/21/2013 Report Submitted 7/21/2013 Title: Experiment #8: Ionic Reactions Purpose: In this lab we will work with aqueous solutions of ionic substances and determine if they are soluble. If the solution appears milky than it is known as a precipitate reaction, meaning it is soluble, and that the ions separated and became surrounded by water. Precipitates in this experiment are electrically uncharged. To identify which compounds are...

    Carbonate, Chemistry, Chlorine 620  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separation of a Mixture of Solids

    Separation of a Mixture of Solids Lab: Separation of a Mixture of Solids Experiment   PURPOSE The purpose of this experiment was to learn how to separate a mixture of solids. DATA | | |Data Table 1: Experiment Data | | |Grams |Percent of mixture | |Iron filings |2.2 ...

    Analytical chemistry, Filter paper, Jane Arden 618  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab Report #1 Che 101

    CHE 101 Experiment 1 Lab Techniques and Measurements Purpose: The purpose of this lab experiment is to review and learn the proper techniques for the measurement of length, mass and temperature. After this experiment I expect to have a better knowledge on how to correctly and efficiently measure for future lab experiments. Data: DATA TABLE #1 DATA TABLE#2- DATA TABLE#3- DATA TABLE #4 DATA TABLE #5 DATA TABLE #6 ...

    Boil, Boiling, Density 752  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separation of a Mixture Containing Calcium Carbonate and Naphthalene

    Thursday 9/29/11 3:00pm Michaela Howard Partner: Craig Delancy Separation of a Mixture Containing Calcium Carbonate and Naphthalene Objective: Finding a method to successfully separate a mixture of calcium carbonate and naphthalene. Properties to be considered: Calcium Carbonate Naphthalene Solubility in water slightly insoluble Solubility in ethanol insoluble partially Melting point 825 degrees C 80.2 degrees C Boiling point decomposes 218 degrees...

    Biopharmaceutics Classification System, Carbon, Carbon dioxide 753  Words | 3  Pages

  • How to Make Scientific Lab Report

    Fundamentals of Lab reports (Students hard copy-guidance) Task Students will receive a lab manual at the beginning of the semster. This manual is expected to cover the safety, instruction and details of the experimental work during the lab sessions. All students should read the experiment before coming to the laboratory. The teaching assistant will discuss the safety precautions, experimental procedures and techniques involved in the lab session. The students should conduct the experimental...

    Chemistry, Experiment, Grammatical tense 542  Words | 3  Pages

  • CHM 1045 Experiment 3

    Purpose This experiment deals with separating substances. The objective was to become familiar with the methods of separating substances from one another using decantation, extraction, sublimation techniques. Brief Introduction This experiment was set to teach research students different methods of separating substances from one another. Materials that are not uniform in composition are set to be impure or heterogeneous and are called mixtures. The separation of the components of mixtures is...

    Ammonia, Chemical compound, Chemical substance 1043  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiments

    EXPERIMENT 1: REACTIONS OF ENOLATE IONS WITH CARBONYL GROUPS Aims In this experiment we used two techniques for the reactions of enolate ions with carbonyl groups. One technique used was Doebner reaction and the other technique used was Claisen-Schmidt reaction. Therefore the aim of this experiment is to synthesize trans p-methoxycinnamic acid and to synthesize dibenzalacetone via an aldol condensation reaction between acetone and benzaldehyde. The products would be recrystallized using ethanol...

    Acid, Aldehyde, Aldol condensation 1824  Words | 6  Pages

  • lab report

    Experiment 1 Separation of Mixtures Summary of Principles: Most of the materials we encounter in everyday life are not pure substances. Many materials such as sand are formed from physical combination of various substances, and are called mixtures. Mixtures can be classified into homogeneous and heterogeneous. The purpose of this lab is to learn how to separate individual components from a mixture through decantation, filtration, distillation, and crystallization. Pre-Lab Questions: Attached ...

    Acid, Calcium carbonate, Carbon dioxide 634  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiment C Identification And Separation Of Dyes By TLC 1

    Experiment C: Identification and Separation of Dyes by TLC Pre-lab Properties: Ethyl acetate, ethanol, silica, azobenzene, azulene, 4-(p-nitrophenylazo) resorcinol, methyl red, bromocresol green (solubilities in water and ethanol) Purpose: To identify compounds from an unknown mixture using TLC Up to 100% of missed points can be recovered from this lab Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e99nsCAsJrw (MIT) TLC plates are near the main hood DO NOT BREAK CAPILLARY TUBES Keep spots small...

    Acetic acid, Analytical chemistry, Chromatography 641  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Separation and Purification Scheme

    Abstract: Experiment 55 consists of devising a separation and purification scheme for a three component mixture. The overall objective is to isolate in pure form two of the three compounds. This was done using extraction, solubility, crystallization and vacuum filtration. The experiment was carried out two times, both of which were successful. Background Information: This experiment combined all the knowledge of the previous labs performed throughout the semester. An unknown mixture containing...

    Acetic acid, Chloroform, Crystal 1426  Words | 6  Pages

  • Density Lab

    Ashley Robins 9/13/11 Honors Chemistry Period 4 Density Lab Purpose: 1. To determine the density of a solid using different laboratory techniques for measuring volume. 2. To use the intensive property of density to identify an unknown substance. Procedure: 1. Obtain a bag marked with a number containing a cube and a cylinder from the teacher. Record the number on the bag in the data table. Density of a cube: Using a balance, record the mass of the cube to the nearest tenth of a gram...

    Density, Kilogram, Lead 646  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiment 1 Lab Report

    Experiment 1 Cyanobacteria Oxygen Production Through Photosynthesis Date Performed: September 2, 2014 I. Introduction a. Background Cyanobacteria or blue green algae are renowned for their tolerability and susceptibility even in wide range of environmental conditions, a characteristic of many primitive organisms. CNB are believed to be the agents of autotrophic origin of life thus they probably represent the survivors of the earliest photosynthetic plants, along with photosynthetic and chemosynthetic...

    Algae, Archaea, Bacteria 632  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemistry Module 6 Separation of a Mixture of Solid

     Abstract: This lab experiment was conduct and taught based upon the primary instruction and introduction to mixtures. With this lab I was able to determine and execute the proper separation of a mixture of solids through various means, such as evaporation and filtration. Using these techniques presented the separation of different ingredients from a mixture was conducted based upon the usage of individual physical properties of each substance presented in the mixture. . Observations: ...

    Chemical engineering, Chemical substance, Filter 688  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab 1: the Effect of Ph on a Food Preservative

    Name Partner(s): None Chem 253—TA: TA Name Lab 1: Effect of pH on a Food Preservative (we’ll used this as an example) Date of Experiment Purpose (1 point) Should be a very brief statement such as: To determine the effect of pH on the food preservative Sodium Benzoate. Theory (2 points) In this section you should briefly summarize what the textbook says in regards to the history and uses of the chemicals that are being utilized in the experiment. Nothing elaborate – just the basic idea...

    Benzoic acid, Chloride, Chlorine 592  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab Experiment: Determining Perimeter

    Determining Perimeter, Area of a Standard Paper Sheet, Determining Minimum Reaction Time, Uncertainty and Their Propagations Abstract: We conducted two experiments aimed at learning data collection, presentation, interpretation, experimental uncertainties along with their propagation, writing of a scientific report, determination of perimeter, area of a standard printing paper sheet, and determining human reaction times – individual, group and class. Here are our results; perimeter, P=99.20+/-0...

    Average, Classical mechanics, General relativity 868  Words | 3  Pages

  • Organic Chemistry Lab Report 1

    Name: Vincent Chak Lab 2: Experiment 1 the effect of ph on a food preservative Introduction: The purpose of the lab was to understand and familiar with the laboratory environment and some fundamental operation such as measuring mass, volume; calculating density and separating solid from liquid by vacuum filtration. In the lab, we used sodium benzoate and react with Hydrochloric acid to form benzoic acid. There were two steps involved in the experiment, reaction and separation. After the steps were...

    Benzoic acid, Chlorine, Density 404  Words | 2  Pages

  • Writing an Organic Chemistry Lab Report

    Writing an Organic Chemistry Lab Report Components of a Laboratory Notebook The following components should be contained for each experiment, along with any additional material required by your instructor. • Title and date • Introduction (purpose, reaction) • Physical data (including calculations) • Procedure outline • Data and observations • Discussion of results (conclusions) Prelab Title and Date Give the title of the experiment and the date on which it...

    Chemical compound, Chemistry, Experiment 738  Words | 3  Pages

  • Laboratory Techniques and Measurements Lab 1 (Labpaq)

    Laboratory Techniques and Measurements Lab 1 The purpose of this lab was for the student to get involved with his or hers new lab kit as well as being able to know, identify and use each other tools provided in the kit. Another key learning aspect of this lab is to teach the student how to measure properly the many units in the SI system. I will be using laboratory dilutions, measurements, and weights to then calculate using algebraic formula. Throughout lab one we were introduced to...

    International System of Units, Kilogram, Length 1005  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemistry Lab Liquid-Liquid Extraction

    Laboratory #16: Analysis of Grease in Water by Solvent Extraction Experiment Date: 2/19/10 Due Date: 2/26/10 II. Objective The goal of this lab was to determine the amount of impurity, in the form of oil, in water using the method of solvent extraction, also known as liquid-liquid extraction, a method of separating two materials with different physical and/or chemical properties. Two methods of evaporation will be used to finally determine the concentration of impurity- one using an explosion-proof...

    Boiling point, Distillation, Evaporation 1458  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab Report 1 Basic Laboratory Technique

     CHM 131(GENERAL CHEMISTRY) TITLE: BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUES (EXPERIMENT 1) NAME: MURSYIDA BINTI MOHD DAKROH(ID: 2015883226) LAB PARTNERS:NABILA SOFEABINTI ZAWAWI (ID: 2015850932) :NUR ANISLYANA BINTI TAMAM (ID: 2015832718) :NUR AUNI BINTI MOHD RADZIFF (ID: 2015863252) LECTURER NAME: MADAM DYIA SYALEYANA BINTI MD.SHUKRI PROGRAM: RAS1201B DATE OF EXPERIMENT: 30 JUNE 2015 OBJECTIVE 1. To learn the qualitative and quantitative...

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