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We can prepare oxygen gas by decomposing hydrogen peroxide. There are many other chemical reactions that generate gases as one of their products.

Lets consider the reaction between zinc metal and hydrochloric acid as such an example. Write a procedure that explains how you would collect the gas produced from this reaction in the laboratory.

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Calculate the emf of the voltaic cell: Concentration of Mg+2 (anode)  is 0.00100 M and Fe+3 (cathode) is 0.100 M   unsure how to find this
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Effects of changing concentration of a solution?

If you change the concentration of a solution, will the molar absorption coefficient change? why?
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indicating the total number of ions present in a solution

Chemical Formula of Salt NaI Cation Na+  Anion I- What is the total number of ions in 1.0 L of a 1.0 mol/L solution 

chemistry prelab question

Potassium permanganate (KMnO4) is the oxidizing agent and sodium oxalate (Na2C2O4) is the reducing agent.a. Manganese (Mn) is reduced.b. Carbon (C) is oxidized.   2KMnO4(aq) + 5Na2C2O4(aq) +... more
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Question dealing with gravimetric analysis lab.

Approximately how many mL of 5% BaCl22H2O solution would be required to precipitate all the sulfate if we assume that your samples are pure sodium sulfate? Assume that the density of the barium... more



A student attempts to separate a sample of cyclohexane and ethylbenzene by distillation. After the distillation the student obtains an n 20D of 1.4355 for what should be pure cyclohexane with a... more


Tea contains about 3% caffeine by mass. Assuming each tea bag contained 2.25 g of tea, did you recover the expected amount of caffeine from two tea bags?

So what is the expected amount of caffeine? Is it 0.0675g or is it 0.135g?  In lab, I recovered 0.018g of caffeine
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why is it that we can obtain a Raman spectrum

If vibrational transitions correspond to energies in the IR region of the electromagnetic radiation, why is it that we can obtain a Raman spectrum by using a visible wavelength laser as a light... more
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Data Table 4: Reaction of Rocks with Hydrochloric Acid

This is from a lab about acid rain
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presumptive luminol test

  What role does the hydrogen peroxide play in the reaction? A: Is it the the oxidizing agent and blood in the catalyst?   How would you describe to jury about the scientific basis for this test.
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How do I calculate the pressure in a 12.2L vessel that contains 2.34g CO2, 1.73g SO2, and 3.33g Ar at 42 degrees Celsius?

Can you please help me with this problem? Thanks
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I am struggling with this AP Chemistry word problem

A 255mL round-bottom flask is weighed and found to have a mass of 114.85g. A few mL of an easily vaporized liquid are added to the flask and the flask is immersed in a boiling water bath. All of... more
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Can Flame Test identify any unknown element?

 Explain why or why not


Chemistry Paper Chromatography

A chemist wishes to separate and identify a mixture of substances using paper chromatography. The diagram shows the apparatus used. The solvent is water.The solvent front is allowed to reach the... more
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Ion exchange column estimate

The question is: Suppose another student attempts to do an ion exchange on a column that is already nearly saturated with Co2+ and Zn2+. Will his calculated % Co be high or low?
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Provide the chemical reaction being demonstrated in the experiment. it should include the starting materials, reagents, and products.

Procedure:1) Accurately weigh approximately 0.40 g of Dimethyl maleate into a 50 mL round bottom flask that possesses a ground glass joint, and record the weight.2) Dissolve the Dimethyl maleate in... more
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volume of PCR , is this right?

Reagent stock concentration             Required final concentration                Volume10X Buffer                                                       1X                                       5... more
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Compare the reactions of CuCI2 and HCI with AgNO3.

 Compare the reactions of CuCI2 and HCI with AgNO3. Propose a hypothesis to account for the reaction product. Hint: What is the likely chemical formula for the product?
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How can this lab illustrate this fact

person is slightly denser than water. Life preservers are made of low density materials.  The average density of a person plus a life preserver is less than density of water- so together they will... more
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what process must be performed during clean up; filtration, distillation or chromatography? Why?

What process must be performed during clean up: filtration, distillation or chromatography? Why?


When compound A is partitioned between equal volumes of methylene chloride and water

When compound A is partitioned between equal volumes of methylene chloride and water one finds that the partition coefficient is equal to 1. This means that the compound happens to be equally... more
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Percent Composition

Calculate the percent composition of each element, by mass, in Na2CO3*10H2O
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where do you think the bacterium that produces HindIII is found?

The optimal working temperature for the restriction endonuclease HindIII is 37°C
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Molar abosrptivity

Calculate the molar absorptivity 1. Blue Dye (concentration 40mg/L) (Peak/ λmax is 630) 2.  Red Dye (concentration 60mg/L) (Peak/ λmax is 520) 2. Red Dye (concentration 70mg/L) (Peak/ λmax is... more

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