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the weight of a post 1982 penny? 2.5 grams 2. What is the percent copper and zinc in a post 1982 penny? 97.5% of zinc and 2.5% of copper 3. How many grams of copper and zinc are in a post 1982 penny? 2.44grams of copper and 0.0625gramss of zinc 4. How many moles of copper and zinc are in post 1982 pennies? 0.0383moles of cooper and 0.000955moles of zinc 5. Write a balanced reaction of zinc with HCl. Zn (s) + 2 HCl(aq) ====> Zn+2(aq) + 2 Cl-(aq) + H2(g) Reaction: Zn(s)...

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The Role of Zinc in My Life

Divya Nagendran Professor Patrick Crawford CHEM 122-04 27 January The Role of Zinc in My Life Chemistry plays a vital role in our daily life. We find chemistry in every object we see or touch. We could find chemistry in the food we eat, the air we breathe, our acne treatment cream and the list goes on. There is one chemistry element that is important in my daily life and its Zinc or Zn 2+. During my high school year, I’ve had problems with hair loss. Each day I would lose 100 to 125 strands...

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Mass of Zinc Detemination on Galvanized Nails

Mass of Zinc Determination on Galvanized Nails Introduction. In this experiment the mass of zinc on galvanized iron nails was calculated to determine the appropriate price that should be charged to coat a nail with zinc (galvanize) it. The effectiveness of gasometric and gravimetric analysis were assessed by carrying out both methods mathematically using values determined by this experiment, and then comparing these values using their percent differences. The mass of zinc found on each nail can...

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Synthesis and Decomposition of Zinc Iodide

Synthesis and Decomposition of Zinc Iodide Partners: Sonya Pasia and Kristen Kobayashi CH 085-01 20 September 2011 Zinc Iodide (ZnI2) was an interesting binary compound to experiment with. In this experiment, weakly acidified water (25mL distilled water with 18 drops 5M acetic acid solution) was used as an aid to bring molecules of the zinc and iodide atoms together, by dissolving iodine molecules, so that bonding would transpire to produce a reaction. Deprived of water, the Zn and I2...

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Zinc Deficiencies

Report on Zinc deficiencies Zinc deficiency is the inadequate amount of zinc in the body to meet its demands. Zinc is vital to the body functions such as, a healthy immune system and wrongdiagnosis.com states is best known for minimizing the effects of the common cold or upper respiratory infections. It can enhance the functions of the liver, muscles and bones. Other functions of zinc in the body are to wound heals; aid enzyme activity; DNA production and cell division. When there is an insufficient...

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Determining the Thickness of Zinc on a Piece of Galvanized Metal

DETERMINATION OF THE THICKNESS OF ZINC ON A PIECE OF GALVANIZED METAL Department of Biology, College of Science, University of the Philippines Baguio ABSTRACT The experiment was performed to be able to determine the thickness of zinc on a piece of galvanized metal. It also aimed for the students to be introduced to the reactivates of metals with acids as well as for them to develop some feeling for the size of an atom. In determining the thickness of the zinc coating on the metal, students...

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Investigation of the effect of the mass of Zinc, on the temperature change of a Copper Sulphate solution

will measure the required amount of Zinc (Zn) on a weighing scale, again for precise accuracy. I will then measure the starting temperature using a thermometer. Next I will pour the Zinc into the test tube containing CuSO4. 3.Finally I will measure the final temperature using a thermometer and record the temperature rise in °c. (I will carry out all my experiments under lab safety precautions.) Variables *I will vary the mass of Zinc, & use the following Zinc weights: 0.5g, 1g, 1.5g, 2g and 2.5g...

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Constant Density: Displacement of Zinc and Tin (Chemistry Lab)

Constant Density: Displacement of Zinc and Tin Introduction: Density is the concentration of molecules within an object on relation to its size. The formula for measuring density is mass/volume. In the experiment preformed for this lab report, calculating the density of a regular object (a wooden block) and two other irregular objects (zinc and tin) were found by a process known as water displacement. The purpose of this experiment was to prove that the density of an object remains the same...

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Lab: Preparation of Zinc Iodide

Observations Materials: * Barium Iodide- White and powdery * Zinc Sulfate- White and powdery * Boiling Chips- Tiny, grey and rock like Experimental Observations: Barium Iodide used- .63g Zinc Sulfate used- .45g Boling Tube with 2 boiling chips- 41.52g Barium Iodide in solution with 2 mL of deionized water looks cloudy. Zinc Sulfate in solution with 2 mL of deionized water is clear. Barium Iodide solution mixed with Zinc Sulfate solution turns milky white. After first centrifugation, solution...

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Determining The Percent Copper and Zinc in Pennies From Density

Percent Copper and Zinc in Pennies From Density Purpose: Practicing determine the density of the solution. Developing the method for determine the percent of density for the solution. Examining the linear relationship by learning to use the best-fit straight line. Using the linear relationship to determine the percent of density by the solution. Be familiar with recording data and observations. Methods & Material: Methods: Weight the mass for the different percent of zinc and copper mixtures...

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