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  • Concentration and Ml

    Acid –Base Titration: A volume of 128 mL of 0.650 M Ba(OH)2 was required to completely neutralize 50.0 mL of nitric acid solution (HNO3). What is the concentration of the acid solution? Gravimetric Titration: Calculate the molar concentration of Ba2+ ions in a 500.0 mL sample of an unknown aqueous solution if 2.47 g BaSO4 is formed upon the addition of excess Na2SO4? Stoichiometry of Acid –Base Reactions: What volume of 0.800 M HCl is required to completely neutralize 35.0 g of Ca(OH)2

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  • Iodine Concentration

    flask using a volumetric pipette. The volumetric flask was then filled to the mark with distilled water. The flask was covered with Parafilm and inverted to mix. The next part of the experiment was to determine the Vitamin C in a solution of known concentration. Observations of the Vitamin C sample and the amount found on the label was recorded. A tared piece of weighing paper was used to weigh 0.27 g of Vitamin C. The Vitamin C was then transferred to a clean 50 mL volumetric flask. The flask was filled

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  • Concentration and Exposure Ans

    1. The label CORROSIVE on a chemical container indicates Ans : ( b ) that contact destroys living tissue as well as equipment 2. FLAMMABLE means Ans : ( a ) easily ignited and capable of burning rapidly 3. " Fatal if swallowed " indicates Ans : ( c ) that the substance will cause death if ingested 4. What is the correct way to handle the following situation? Briefly explain. a. Chemical : Acetic asid i. Inhalation exposure Ans : Remove the person from the exposure. Begin rescue

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  • Osmosis: Concentration and Water

    Osmosis Lab: Potatoes and Elodea Background Information: Cells have a need to regulate their internal environment. They need to be able to this because cells often find themselves in environments where the concentration of dissolved solids outside the cell is different from the number of dissolved solids inside the cell. Since the solids can not move across the membrane‚ the cell responds by moving water either into or out of the cell in an attempt to balance the number dissolved particles.

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  • Rate of Osmosis - Concentration

    Most materials move by simple diffusion from high concentration to low concentration. Some substances may be actively transported‚ which requires energy. The diffusion of water across a semi-permeable membrane is called osmosis. Osmosis is the net movement of molecules through a semi-permeable [1] membrane from an area of low solute concentration to an area with a high solute concentration. In this investigation‚ we are testing how concentration effects the rate of osmosis Hypothesis: The more

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  • Solution and Concentration in Chemistry

    SOLUTION AND CONCENTRATION A solution is a homogeneous mixture‚ made up of a solute dissolved in a solvent. Ex. In a water (aqueous) solution of sodium chloride‚ the sodium chloride is the solute and the water is the solvent. Solute – the component that is dissolved or is the least abundant component in the solution. Ex. Sugar‚ salt Solvent – the dissolving agent or the most abundant component in the solution. Ex. Water Common Types of Solution State of Solution State of Solute

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  • Sedimentation: Tangent and Concentration

    supernatant liquid and denser slurry having a higher concentration of solids. This is usually accomplished by allowing the particles to settle through the force of gravity‚ mechanically using centrifugal force‚ or electrostatically using an electric current. Continuous sedimentation tanks are usually used in wastewater treatment facilities to separate suspended particles from wastewater. This experiment aims to determine the effect of initial concentration and initial height of the slurry on its settling

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  • Solute Concentration of Potatoes

    Solute Concentration of Potatoes Block 2-2 Purpose: To determine the concentration of solute in the potato’s cytoplasm by measuring the change in mass after the process of osmosis. Materials and Equipment: Refer to Biology 12 Lab Manual – Investigation 13 Procedure: Refer to Biology 12 Lab Manual – Investigation 13 Data and Observations: The Potatoes change in mass after the process of Osmosis Test Tube # | Concentration of Sucrose

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  • Osmosis in Different Concentrations

    I am going to investigate osmosis when potato is placed in different  concentrations of sucrose. I am aiming to witness osmosis in 5  different concentrations of sucrose. I will use 5 varying  concentrations so that I have a wider spread to compare the results‚  and check that I don’t have any anomalies  Prediction  Osmosis is the process of diffusion of water molecules from a weaker  solution into a stronger solution‚ through a semi permeable membrane.  The tiny pores in the membrane

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  • The Effects of Concentration on Osmosis

    Introduction: This experiment was used to examine the hypothesis that: Osmosis is dependent on the concentrations of the substances involved. Diffusion is the passage of solute molecules from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration (Campbell & Reece‚ 2005). An example is ammonia diffusing throughout a room. A solute is one of two components in a chemical solution. The solute is the substance dissolved in the solution. The solvent‚ the other component‚ is any liquid in

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