• Gravimetric analysis of a salt
    Purpose: The Purpose of this lab is to utilize, demonstrate and understand the various techniques and procedures used to gravimetric labs. For this particular lab we will utilize our scientific knowledge of related to gravimetric procedures to find the chloride content in an unknown soluble salt. ...
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    Gravimetric Analysis & Determination of an Unknown Metal Carbonate A large variety of analytical techniques and procedures, ranging from instrumental methods such as spectroscopy and chromatography to more classical processes, such as qualitative and gravimetric analyses, have been used to help...
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    possible must be taken for granted.” • The quantitative measurement of an analyte by weighing a pure, solid form of the analyte. Since gravimetric analysis is an absolute measurement, it is the principal method for analyzing and preparing primary standards. • The quantitative determination of...
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  • Quantitative Determination of Sulphate by Gravimetric Analysis
    Sulphate by Gravimetric Analysis (Experiment 4) | Maryjo Lee Wei Min 1111107 DBS/FT/1A/01 | (A) Synopsis The amount of sulphate is determined quantitatively as barium sulphate by gravimetric analysis. This determination consists of slowly adding a dilute solution of barium chloride to a hot, unknown...
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  • Chem 1101 Lab 2
    CHEM 1001 Gravimetric Analysis of a Chloride Salt Kaan SOZAN 100873324 Lab Section: A2 Lab Period: Tuesday AM Group: G Lab Partner: Lydia Sonlet Date Submitted : November 8, 2012 Purpose: to determine the chloride content oft an unknown salt (Sample number 350) by...
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  • analysis
    INRODUCTION The method of determining the concentration of ions in a substance by precipitating it out and weighing the precipitate is called gravimetric analysis. In this laboratory exercise you will find the concentration of sulfate ions in a solid. This is done by forming a precipitate of barium sulfate...
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  • Ap Chemistry - Gravimetric Lab
    Willy Rupprecht Date(s) performed: October 2 - 3, 2012 Gravimetric Analysis of an Unknown Group 1 Metal Carbonate Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to determine the identity of a Group 1 metal carbonate compound by gravimetric analysis. Procedure: The unknown carbonate is weighed and then dissolved...
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  • Chem 103 Project Lab
    The data gathered and calculated in the experiment accurately portrayed the way the reactions would have taken place. The chloride analysis was a little bit off from other groups due to the fact that our AgCl was in clumps, creating less surface area, thus our product took longer to burn and may not...
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  • A Paper
    Lab #16: Gravimetric Analysis of Metal Carbonate Introduction: In this laboratory the identity of group 1 metal Carbonate is determined gravimetrically using a double replacement precipitation reaction. Concepts: Double-Replacement reaction Gravimetric analysis. Background: The identity of...
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  • Re: Biosensors
    CHEM 5 Quantitative Analysis Laboratory Outline. 55labout.doc 02/06/05 Objectives: • development of quantitative laboratory skills • introduction to modern analytical science • Approach: • solve a series of chemical analysis problems with various techniques...
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  • The Gravimetric Analysis of Chloride Salt
    Gravimetric Analysis of a Chloride Salt CHEM 1001 Purpose: To illustrate typical techniques used in gravimetric analysis by determining quantitatively the chloride content in an unknown soluble salt. Theory: AgCl(s) is a very insoluble solid, yet still does have some solubility. Because...
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  • Quantitative Analysis of a Soluble Sulfate
    ­ Chem 102 - Lab #2 Quantitative Analysis of a Soluble Sulfate Steven English Lab Instructor: Dr. Campo Date: Tuesday, February 5th 2013 Pre-Lab Questions A. Adding the acid to the sodium sulfate solution results in an increase in the solubility of any free anions present in the sample...
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  • Fertilizer
    Phosphorus Content of Fertilizer: Skill Building Lab © 2011, Sharmaine S. Cady East Stroudsburg University Gravimetric Analysis Skills to build:     Using vacuum filtration Using a digital balance Using mass stoichiometry Doing a gravimetric analysis Fertilizer Scientists estimate that the...
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  • CHEM 1001 GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF A CHLORIDE SALT
    GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF A CHLORIDE SALT (2013) Report By: ____________ Lab Partner: ___________ Group: CHEM 1001 Tuesday AM, Group H Purpose: This lab was conducted in order to determine the content of chloride in an unknown...
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  • CATIONS and ANIONS
    PROJECT IN CHEM LAB. Submitted by: BHEA MARIE MENDOZA Submitted to: -CATIONS and ANIONS- Cations are positive charged ions. A cation has fewer electrons than protons. Anions are negatively charged ions. An anion has more electron than protons. The nature and magnitude of...
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     Unit 3 assessment O1 Analysis of fertiliser-an extended experimental investigation Background: In this investigation you will analyse the composition of a lawn fertiliser, or ‘lawn food’. You may use external sources to help you complete the this section. Q1. Why is each of the...
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  • Gravimetric Analysis of a Soluble Sulfate
    Abstract Gravimetric analysis describes the methods for finding the chemical constituent of analyte in a solution through analytical chemistry. This method uses the mass of solid SO42-, with an unknown quantity and quality, to qualitatively determine the makeup of the solid SO3-. Two separate...
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  • Analysis of Silver in an Alloy
    Analysis of Silver in an Alloy Introduction In this experiment an alloy of silver will be analyzed to determine its silver content. The silver-copper alloy will be dissolved in nitric acid, the silver will be precipitated as silver chloride, and the silver chloride will be filtered, washed, dried...
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  • Lab report
    Nb+Ma+Va=Na+MbVb , the molarity is able to be determined. Procedure: 1) Using the graduated cylinder add 10.0 mL of water into the Erlenmeyer flask. 2) Add 5.0 mL of HCl into the flask using another graduated cylinder because acid goes into water when mixing them. 3) Add three drops of phenolphthalein...
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  • Lab Rules
    786 Pre-Lab Extraction and Filtration 790 1-1 Mixture Separation 792 1-2 Water Purification 794 3-1 Conservation of Mass 798 4-1 Flame Tests 801 Pre-Lab Gravimetric Analysis 828 13-1 Separation of Pen Inks by Paper Chromatography 830 13-2 Colorimetry and...
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