Monthly Archives: September 2014

Three Questions

1. What tasks have you completed recently?¬† Recently I have I completed a titration and chemical reaction lab in chemistry. I also read a couple of books and watched some movies to be better culture myself. 2. What have you … Continue reading

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Titration

According to the ¬†Bronsted- Lowry definitions a acid is a proton donor(H+), while a base is a proton receiver(H+). Acid-Base equations typically have one major thing in common and this is water. We get water because a acid contains a … Continue reading

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Reactions and Net Ionic Equations

In this chemistry lab we combined a multitude of chemicals in aqueous forms to see whether they would react or not. Through observations of these reactions we could determine solubility rules on what is and is not soluble. Limited to … Continue reading

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Three Questions

1. What tasks have you completed recently? Recently I completed two labs in chemistry laying down foundations about solubility rules and molarity of solutions. I also revolutionized in history talking about the founding fathers. George Washington was a liar, the … Continue reading

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Electrolytes and Water

Today we dissolved electrolytes, our solute, in a solvent, water, to create a solution, salt water. A solute is any material that is dissolved by a solvent in a solution. A solvent is the material that dissolves a solute. A … Continue reading

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Stoich: Baking Soda and Vinegar

The chemical reaction between acetic acid and sodium bicarbonate is modeled below: HC2H3O2(aq) + NaHCO3 (s) –> NaC2H3O2(aq) + CO2(g) + H2O(l) The experiment was performed in class to model relationships of moles and their importance in stoichiometry. In the … Continue reading

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