By Bettelheim F.A.
The forty eight experiments during this well-conceived guide illustrate vital options and rules more often than not, natural, and biochemistry. As in past variations, 3 simple targets guided the improvement of all of the experiments: (1) the experiments illustrate the innovations realized within the school room; (2) the experiments are sincerely and concisely written in order that scholars will simply comprehend the duty to hand, will paintings with minimum supervision as the handbook presents adequate details on experimental systems, and may manage to practice the experiments in a 2 1/2-hour laboratory interval; and, (3) the experiments aren't purely basic demonstrations, but additionally include a feeling of discovery. This version contains many revised experiments.
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Gram atomic weight of Cl ______________ g 8. Number of moles of Cu atoms in sample: (4)/(6) ______________ moles 9. Number of moles of Cl atoms in sample: (5)/(7) ______________ moles 10. Mole ratio of Cu atoms to Cl atoms: (8)/(9) ______________ 11. Simple whole number mole ratio of Cu atoms to Cl atoms ______________ 12. Empirical formula for copper(II) chloride ______________ 13. Percentage of Cu in sample: % ϭ [(4)/(1)] ϫ 100 ______________ % 14. Actual percentage of Cu in CuCl2: (6) ϫ 100 (6) ϩ [2 ϫ (7)] 15.
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Were the nuggets gold or “fool’s gold” (pyrite)? ) Show your work to justify your answer. 4. List some characteristic properties of matter that are intensive properties. Harcourt, Inc. Experiment 3 33 NAME SECTION PARTNER GRADE DATE Experiment 3 REPORT SHEET Report all measurements and calculations to the correct number of signiﬁcant ﬁgures. Density of a regular-shaped object Trial 1 Trial 2 ______________ cm ______________ cm Width ______________ cm ______________ cm Height ______________ cm ______________ cm 2.
Laboratory Experiments For General, Organic and Biochemistry by Bettelheim F.A.