Chemistry Practical Report: Topic: Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide Patrick Doan 11 CHEM 11 26/9/08 Table of contents 1.0 Aim 1 2.0 Theory 2-3 3.0 Materials 4 4.0 Method 4 5.0 Results 4 - 5.1 Qualitative Observations 4 - 5.2 Example Calculations for each Calculated Value 5-7 -5.21 Experimental Values and Associated Errors 5-7 - 5.3 Accumulated Raw Data 8 - 5.4 Mean Experimental
Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide INTRODUCTION: The empirical formula is the simplest and lowest whole number ratio of the different atoms in a sample of compound. To work out the empirical formula, the value of moles of the different atoms in a compound is needed. Mole is just simply a unit used to measure the amount of atoms, just like how the unit "dozen" is used to measure things such as eggs. One mole is 6Ã—10^23 atoms and this number is called
Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide Lab Report Observation and Results Mass (g) Mass of clean, empty crucible and lid 54.3464 g Mass of crucible, lid and magnesium 54.3919 g Mass of crucible, lid and magnesium oxide 54.4093 g Table 1: Experimental Masses of Equipment, Reactants and Products Masses of relevant equipment, reactants and products were recorded to be used later in calculations to determine the percent composition and empirical formula of magnesium oxide. Mass of
experiment, the empirical formula of magnesium oxide was determined by converting a sample of magnesium into magnesium oxide and then determining the molar ratio of magnesium to oxygen. This ratio was found by placing a sample of magnesium into a crucible then heating it in the presence of air. To ensure that the reaction was complete the crucibles were fired multiple times and also massed between each firing. This reaction then formed magnesium hydroxide (Mg(OH)2) and magnesium nitride (Mg3N2).
self-purification capacities, assess the biodegradable organic load of the wastewaters for designing wastewater management or treatment plants and thereafter to evaluate their efficiency or finding out the assimilative capacity of a water body. B.O.D. is an empirical standardized laboratory test defined as the amount of oxygen required for the aerobic decomposition of the organic matter by micro-organisms into stable inorganic forms at a given controlled condition of time and temperature in water. The quantity
CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Aim and objective of the work 3. Plan of work 4. Materials and Method 5. Results and discussion 6. References 1. INTRODUCTION The main goal of pharmaceutical formulation is to achieve better therapeutic activity in the shortest possible time by using smallest quantity of drug administered by the most suitable route. Oral drug delivery is the simplest and easiest way of administering drugs, Because of the greater stability, smaller bulk, accurate dosage
Electrochemical and quantum chemical studies of the corrosion and hydrogen evolution reaction of mild steel in acid medium Rabab M. El-Sherif a,*, K. M. Zohdy b Sowmya Ramkumar c a Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Department of chemistry, Giza, 12613, Egypt b Higher Technological Institute, 10th of Ramadan City, Egypt c Department of chemistry, PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Peelamedu, Coimbatore, India Abstract Electrochemical behavior and hydrogen evolution reaction of mild steel in
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