Copper sulphate solution

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  • Task 7 : Method Of An Copper Sulphate Solution Into A 100cm3 Beaker

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    Method: 1. Firstly you need to need to measure accurately 0.50g of your copper sulphate solution into a 100cm³ beaker 2. Then add about 50cm³ of distilled water ensuring you continue to stir until crystals have dissolved. Then transfer the solution into a 100cm³ volumetric flask 3. Next rinse out the beaker with small amounts of distilled water and transfer the washings to the volumetric flask to ensure none of the solution is wasted affecting the end result. 4. Once the beaker is sufficiently washed

  • Activity Series Of Metals

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    compounds (sulphates) were combined, they will react according to the Activity Series of metals. In our experiment we hypothesized that when magnesium metal and copper sulphate combines, it will produce an aqueous solution of magnesium sulphate and copper metal. When zinc metal and iron sulphate are combined, an aqueous solution of zinc sulphate and iron metal is produced. When iron and tin chloride are combined, iron chloride and tin are formed. When tin is combined with copper sulphate, an aqueous

  • Determining Enthalpy Change of a Displacement Reaction

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    Determining an enthalpy change of a displacement reaction Aim: To determine the enthalpy change for the displacement reaction between zinc powder and copper (II) sulphate solution. Zn (s) + Cu2+ (aq) → Cu2+ (s) + Zn2+ (aq) Theory: For the displacement reaction, an excess amount of zinc powder is added to the measured amount of aqueous copper (II) sulphate. The temperature change over a period of time has to be measured and thus, the enthalpy change for the reaction can be measured. The equation of

  • The Effect Of Concentration On The Electrical Energy Output Essay

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    electrochemical cell, invented in 1836 by a British chemist, Frederic Daniel. The cell produces electricity through a redox reaction. The combined electric potentials of two metals in the metal sulphate solution of the electrolyte generate voltage. If the concentration of one of the electrolyte solutions is increased, the number of cations and anions increase (depending on which electrolyte you increase), which increases the overall voltage potential of the cell. Equilibrium conditions are not achieved

  • Chemistry Internal Assessment

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    Chemistry Title: voltaic cell experiment a voltaic cell is a device made from connecting two different metals together and immersing the combined piece into some sort of solution that creates conductive atmosphere , the general purpose of a voltaic cell is to convert the chemical reaction between the metals and the solution into an electrical charge , Hypothesis: the voltage produced by magnesium and cupper = the sum of the voltage produced by magnasium and iron ; and iron and cupper Variables:

  • Prac Report-Precipitation

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    Will it Precipitate? Precipitation occurs when two aqueous (soluble solids) solutions are combined and the reaction forms an insoluble solid. When insoluble solids are formed the process is known as a precipitation. An insoluble solid is a solid that cannot dissolve unlike a soluble solid. Therefore only insoluble solids can form precipitates. In the following experiment six solutions were mixed with each other (groups of twos) in test tubes to test which reaction will result in an insoluble solid

  • The Effect of Catalyst an the Rate Of Reaction Essay

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    Completion Date: Introduction We are studying the reaction between zinc and sulphuric acid, the reaction is catalysed by copper sulphate and this experiment is to test whether the amount of drops effect the rate of reaction. Word Equation Zinc(s) + Sulphuric acid(aq) à Hydrogen(g) + Zinc Sulphate(aq) Symbol Equation Zn + H2SO4 à H + ZnSO4 This reaction is catalysed by Copper sulphate (CuSO4) Ionic Equation - Cancel Spectator ion (SO42-) Zn + 2H+ à Zn2+ + H2 For this reaction to work there must

  • Determination Of Copper Sulphate Using Colorimetry Lab Report

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    sample of copper sulphate using colorimetry. In this task the concentration of an unknown sample of copper sulphate using colorimetry was used to find the concentration. In this investigation copper sulphate was used which is CuSO4.5H20 as a formula. To make a standard solution which was 1M, the same clean equipment was used to make up the standard solution as used to make sodium carbonate. However there was one difference and that was that the hot distilled water was used to dissolve the copper sulphate

  • Reactions And Reactions Of Redox Reactions

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    when there is a decrease, it is reduction. Oxidation cannot possibly occur without an affiliated reduction, and vice versa. Redox reactions are notated as such: Cu(s)  Cu2+ + 2e- In the half-reaction above, a copper ion (with a plus 2 charge) is formed from the oxidation of solid copper (with no charge). The "e-" in the equation is an electron which is free to reduce other chemical atoms, such as in the half-reaction: 2Ag+(aq) + 2e-  2Ag(s) Two electrons are added to the two silver ions in this

  • Copper Sulphate And Magnesium Sulphate Essay

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    Materials: Metals: • 15 pieces of Cu(s) (copper) • 7 pieces of Mg(s) (magnesium) • 7 pieces of Zn(s) (zinc) Solutions: • H2O(l) distilled water • HCl(aq) hydrochloric acid • CuSO4(aq) copper (II) sulphate • ZnSO4(aq) zinc sulphate • MgSO4(aq) magnesium sulphate • SnCl2(aq) tin (II) chloride • ZnSO4(aq) zinc sulphate • FeSO4(aq) iron (II) sulphate • • Tweezers • Two Spot Plates • Distilled Water Bottle • Safety Glasses • 1 piece of paper • Pen / Pencil Procedure: 1. Gathered all the required

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