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Chemical Reactions And The Ph Scale

Chemical Reactions Chemical Reactions Introduction In this paper you learn about the reactions that occur between backing soda and lemon juice. We will also describe what is occurring with the molecules on a molecular level. Lastly we will explain what chemical bonds are formed and or broken when lemon juice and backing soda. Observations of the Reactants When most people hear baking soda they think of the bright orange box sitting in their pantry or refrigerator soaking up the foul odors...

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Chemical Reactions

Chemical Reactions Chemical Change • reorganization • original substances form new substances with different formulas • may or may not involve a change of state • symbols used to describe chemical reaction are known as a chemical equation • Chemical equations do not have equal signs (=) they have an arrow Chemical Equations • Must follow the Law of Conservation of Matter • atoms can neither be created or destroyed during a chemical reaction • What...

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Chemical Reaction

conversion of reactants into products, the structure that results at the maximum energy point along the reaction path. Activation energy: a chemical reaction is the difference between the energy of the activated complex and the energy of the reactants. Catalyst:  substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction by reducing the activation energy, but which is left unchanged by the reaction.  Entropy:  The measure of the disorder of a system, usually denoted by the letter S. A highly ordered...

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Fermentation: Milk and Chemical Reactions

catalyze chemical reactions. Emporase – an enzymes that speeds up the production of cheese. 3. First milk is pasteurized by heating it to 72℃ for 15 seconds to kill any harmful bacteria. Then, the milk is cooled and either a special blend of bacteria or an acidic solution - such as vinegar or lemon juice - is added. The milk is left for one and half hours while the bacteria converts lactose (a substance called "milk sugar") into lactic acid. This causes the milk to sour and the pH to drop...

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Chemical Reaction

Chemical Reactions Lab Objectives: 1. To examine a variety of reactions including precipitation, acid-base, gas forming, and oxidation-reduction reactions. 2. To identify the products formed in these reactions and summarize the chemical changes in terms of balanced chemical equations and net ionic equations. 3. To identify the species being oxidized and reduced in oxidation-reduction reactions and determine which species is the oxidizing agent and the reducing agent. Chemical equations represent...

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The Properties of Chemical Reactions

Properties of Chemical Reactions Ms. Whitty, Science 10 Fiona Adams, November 1st, 2012 Introduction Chemical reactions are a part of our daily lives, from rusting metal to making bread to leaves changing colour in the fall. A chemical reaction is the process that occurs when two or more substances combine to produce a chemical change. When a chemical reaction takes place, the change is indicated by one or more qualitative properties. The colour or odor could change, gas could be produced...

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Chemical Reactions

properties of these gases, specifically their physical and chemical properties. Data: Gas | Flame Reaction | Glowing Splint | Limewater Reaction | Bromothymol Blue Reaction | Hydrogen | Loud Pop | | | | Oxygen | | Glowing Brighter | | | Hydrogen & Oxygen | Loud Pop, extinguished fire | | | | Carbon Dioxide | | Glow went out | | Water Turned Yellow | Alka Seltzer | | | Bubbling | | Breath | | | No Reaction | | Other Observations: 1B: HCL & Zinc: When this...

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Chemical Reaction

Determination of the mole ratio of a chemical reaction The method of continuous variations is a means of determining the stoichiometric mole ratio of the reactants in a chemical reaction. The stoichiometric ratio, as given by the coefficients in the balanced chemical equation, represents the ratio at which chemicals must be combined to produce all product with no excess reactant. Since there is no “wasted” reactant, the maximum amount of product is made for the given amount of both reactants...

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“The Effect of pH levels on Reaction Rates”

survival and when this ability is impaired by the presence of Hydrogen ions, our cells cannot function properly. This experiment was conducted to determine if the reaction rate changes in response to a variation of acidic, neutral, and basic solutions. The experimental results indicated that the basic/high pH solution has a faster rate of reaction in the solution. Introduction Enzymes are proteins that catalyze and convert molecules into combinations of other molecules which is necessary for the...

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Chemical Reaction Report

CHEMICAL REACTION (SYNTHESIS REACTION, DECOMPOSITION AND SINGLE REAPLACEMENT REACTION) Purpose : 1. To identify the chemical changes 2. To observe the effect of temperature of a chemical reaction. Theoritical basic : A chemical reaction is a process that leads to the transformation of one set of chemical substances to another. Classically, chemical reactions encompass changes that strictly involve the motion of electrons in the forming and breaking of chemical bonds between...

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