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are: sodium hydroxide and HCl. Then the students measure the temperature with 15 seconds intervals. The students made two trials and determine the change in temperature which is needed for the calculations. After the calibration, the students are assigned with different reactions and group 2 is assigned to determine the heat of reaction of acetic acid and sodium hydroxide. The group 2 students did the same procedure for determination the heat released by the reaction acetic acid and sodium hydroxide...

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Chemical Reaction

one reactant changes places with the anion of the other reactant. Most exchange reactions take place in aqueous solutions. Other types of exchange reactions include precipitation and gas forming reactions. When a solution of lead (II) nitrate and sodium sulfate are mixed, you observe that a precipitate is formed. What is the identity of the precipitate and what is the balanced molecular equation and net ionic equation describing this reaction? To determine the answers to these questions, you must...

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Ap Biology Essay on Atp

released during respiration, and without it, the human body would not survive. The best example of active transport is the sodium potassium pump. Sodium ions are pumped out of the cell against a concentration gradient, whilst potassium ions are pumped in. 2 potassium, enter a cell for every 3 sodium ions pumped out. This means that there is a negative net charge of the cell , as more sodium (positive charge) is accumulated on the ouside, compared to potassium (positive charge) on the inside. For nerve cells...

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Is Your Drinking Water Clean

disadvantage because it does not lather easily and it forms scud in boilers and pots. Water can be softened by passing it through a mineral tank that contains beads, where the calcium and magnesium ions are replaced by the more soluble potassium and sodium ions. This effectively renders the water "soft". You use less soap with soft water and lime scaling isn't as pronounced. Also, your skin feels smoother after you bath with softened water. Water filter cartridges are the main components of your water...

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Answers to work sheet

has several medical conditions. Dehydration is the more frequently occurring problem. 3. When pH is low, hydrogen ion levels in the blood are high and also in the interstitial and peritubular fluid. Hydrogen ion competes with potassium ion for the sodium countercurrent exchanger in the tubules. As hydrogen ion secretion rises (which compensates for the acidosis), potassium is retained and hyperkalemia develops. If severe enough, muscle cramps and cardiac arrhythmias result. 4. Water molecules can...

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Paint Pigment

was the Chrome Yellow pigment. The pH was then measured. One milliliter of 0.5M sodium chromate was mixed with one milliliter of 0.5 M zinc sulfate. Next no more than 5 drops of 6 M sodium hydroxide was added to the solution. The liquid was then separated by filtering the solution. The precipitate was set aside ready for the completion of the experiment. Secondly, the Barium White pigment. One milliliter of sodium sulfate was added to a test tube and the color recorded. Next one milliliter of...

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Types of Chemical Reactions

Endothermic Reactions * Synthesis Reaction A synthesis reaction is a reaction in which multiple substances combine to form a new compound. Synthesis Reaction | A + B → AB | In the synthesis reaction below, the metal sodium reacts with chlorine gas to form sodium chloride, or table salt. 2Na + Cl2 → 2NaCl Because a synthesis reaction joins substances, the product of the reaction is more complex than the reactants. * Decomposition Reaction A decomposition reaction is a reaction...

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move from Ni to Pb Pb2+(aq) move toward Pb(s) C. electrons move from Pb to Ni Ni2+(aq) move away from Ni(s) D. electrons move from Pb to Ni Ni2+(aq) move toward Ni(s) (2) 2. Which processes occur during the electrolysis of molten sodium chloride? I. Sodium and chloride ions move through the electrolyte. II. Electrons move through the external circuit. III. Oxidation takes place at the positive electrode (anode). A. I and II only B. I and III only C. II and III only D. I, II and III ...

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                           hydrogen     silver nitrate                            silver           nitric acid                                   2 Na   +  2 H2O  ----------->  2 NaOH    +     H2                                   sodium          water                          sodium hydroxide     hydrogen Metathesis or Double Displacement Reactions  This reaction type can be viewed as an "exchange of partners."  For ionic compounds, the positive ion in the first compound combines with the negative...

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Lab 5:

[pic] Introduction This experiment utilizes SN2 chemistry to convert 1-butanol (n-butanol) to 1-bromobutane (n-bromobutane). The nucleophile for the reaction is Br- ions. The nucleophile in this lab is generated from an aqueous solution of sodium bromide. The sulfuric acid acts as a catalyst in converting the OH functional group of butanol, to a better leaving group (water). The by-products for this lab are 1-butene, di-n-butyl ether, and the starting alcohol (butanol). Any by-products...

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