Monthly Archives: August 2014

Three Questions

1. What tasks have you completed recently?  This week I completed many things including a chemistry quiz, two chemistry requizes, Multiple quizzes in AP world history, A quiz in physics, a quiz in AP gov, a quiz in spanish, and … Continue reading

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Moles and Stoich: Electrolysis Lab

      Red: left   Blue: right   In the electrolysis lab today in chemistry we decomposed water into oxygen and hydrogen gas. This was done by mixing epsom salt into water and pouring this solution into two plastic … Continue reading

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Hydrate Lab: Percent Composotion

A pure substance contains only one kind of atom or molecule while a mixture has two or more pure substances mixed together. An example of a pure substance would be NaCl, by itself it is pure because it contains only … Continue reading

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Three Questions

1. What tasks have you completed recently?  This week I started to get the flow of how school will be this new year. In chemistry we completed a chromatography lab and started naming chemical compositions.  2. What have you learned … Continue reading

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Chromatography

The chromatography lab follows the scientific method by having a control (the FDC dye), conducting multiple test for more precise data, and used different solvents to compare solubility of the dyes with each. From the nature of this lab we … Continue reading

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