Chemistry for Everyday
WEEK5 Lab Report
Instructor: Kyoung Nan Kim
Office hour: M/W 1:00p-2:30p (SI3076) T/Th 12:30p-1:30p (SI3076)
• All communication should be done via school email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
• The work will be submitted through canvas assignments. You can simply upload doc/pdf files under “Lab report” assignment tap.
• Review: Ch2, Ch3.5, Ch 4.2, Ch6.1 and Ch7.1-Ch 7.3 in your text book (21st century chemistry). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gas_laws
Name: BILLY K MPOYI
-1 pt for not having Name and/or student ID
Student ID: 104-792-436
Date of performance: February 22, 2017
I. Title: Carbon dioxide synthesis
1. Understand basic atomic structure and periodic table.
2. Learn …show more content…
“Covalent bond definition: understanding what a covalent bond is in chemistry”. August 16, 2016. http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemistryglossary/a/covalentbonddef.htm 2pts: -2pts for missing definition.
V. Procedure (two different sets of experiments will be performed, with whole milk and soymilk, respectively):
1. Add roughly 200ml of distilled vinegar in plastic bottle of narrow neck with capacity of at least 500 ml.
2. Add ~ 1 table spoon of baking soda (Sodium bicarbonate) into a balloon (it works the best if the balloon is already stretched out).
3. Tie the balloon onto the top of bottleneck. Be careful not to add baking soda into the bottle yet and make sure that the balloon is flattened.
4. Quickly add baking soda into the bottle (vinegar) and observe carbon dioxide production.
5. Please be advised by video below. http://www.fizzicseducation.com.au/Free+experiments/Kitchen+chemistry/Fill+balloons+with+carbon+dioxide.html VI. Observations:
1. Insert the picture of final product with your name together and briefly explain what you observed.
2pts total: - 2 pts for not having picture with student’s name on it.