Separation of Mixtures Lab Report

Separation of Mixtures Lab Report

This lab demonstrates the difficult task of separating mixtures using different types of methods. This study is performed because it helps you understand the concept of separation and certain characteristics of elements. Previous knowledge in which already exists in this … Continued
Grignard Reaction

Grignard Reaction

In this experiment we synthesize the tertiary alcohol triphenylmethanol from a Grignard reagent. The Grignard reagent was synthesized from bromobenzene and magnesium and then reacted with benzophenone to produce triphenylmethanol. The Grignard reagent is considered to be an organometallic reagent, … Continued
Chemistry Experiment

Chemistry Experiment

In chemical kinetics, it is stated that a forward reaction’s rate is dependent on the given concentration of the reactants. In other words, the relationship of the rate of a reaction is directly proportional to the concentration. While the reaction … Continued
Cannizarro Reaction

Cannizarro Reaction

Stanislao Cannizzaro was an Italian chemist. He made his first contribution to chemical research in 1851 when he, along with F. S. Cloez, a French chemist, prepared cyanimide using ammonia and cyanogen chloride in an ethereal solution. Later that year, … Continued
The Chemistry of Batteries and Its Implications on Modern Society

The Chemistry of Batteries and Its Implications on Modern Society

Batteries have proven to be the core of modern day technology, without batteries modern day technology and some electronics would have never existed. Nations that invest more in battery run technology tend to have a higher labor productivity rate. This … Continued
Metals and Non Metals

Metals and Non Metals

Appearance and Hardness of materials Object /Material Appearance Hardness (Shiny/Dull) (Very hard/ Not very hard) similar change if we try to beat a wood log ? Let us find out. Activity 4. 1 Take a small iron nail, a coal … Continued
Acids and Alkalis Lab Report

Acids and Alkalis Lab Report

An acid is a group of chemicals. Acids are positively charged ions, they are liquid and are solutions of pure compounds in water. If you want to know if something is an acid, you can test it by using litmus … Continued
Oil and Chemical Plant Layout and Spacing

Oil and Chemical Plant Layout and Spacing

GE Global Asset Protection Services (GE GAP Services) layout and spacing recommendations are for property loss prevention purposes only and are intended for existing and new oil and chemical facilities. These guidelines are intended to limit explosion overpressure and fire … Continued
John Dalton Obituary

John Dalton Obituary

By Kailey Schneider He was a very successful chemist and Physician. He is remembered as one of the fathers of modern physical science. Throughout his life he created many essays, articles and books on Color Blindness, The Atomic Theory, The … Continued
Classification of Chemical Substance

Classification of Chemical Substance

The aim of this experiment is to investigate the properties of several substances with the purpose of determining whether they are molecular, ionic, macromolecular or metallic. Introduction Chemical substances could be named ionic, molecular or metallic substance, based on the … Continued
Water Potential

Water Potential

Water potential is the measure of free energy of water in a solution. The purpose of this lab was to find the water potential of a potato cell. The problem of this lab was, if there was a high molarity … Continued
Ocean Acidification

Ocean Acidification

The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. ]| Environmental Chemistry| Table of Contents Appendix4 … Continued
Fluorenene to Fluoronone

Fluorenene to Fluoronone

The goal of the first part of this experiment was to achieve a 50-50 conversion of fluorene to Fluorenone. In order to achieve the goal of the experiment fluorene was oxidized to Fluorenone. The hydroxide ions from the sodium hydroxide … Continued
Separating Acids and Neutral Compounds

Separating Acids and Neutral Compounds

The purpose of this experiment was to use solvent extraction techniques in order to separate a mixture consisting of a carboxylic acid (p-toulic acid), a phenol (p-tert-butylphenol), and a neutral compound (acetanilide). Extraction is the process of selectively dissolving one … Continued
Precipitation Titration Mohr Method

Precipitation Titration Mohr Method

The chloride ion (Cl-) is an important anion found in solids and solutions. In this experiment, the amount of chloride ion in an unknown sample J (NaCl + KCl mixture) of water using the Mohr method is determined, which relies … Continued
Chemistry Gcse Coursework Rates of Reaction

Chemistry Gcse Coursework Rates of Reaction

Investigating how the concentration of sodium-thiosulphate (STS) and hydrochloric acid (HCL) affects the rate of reaction in the experiment. In addition I am also checking how different variables affect my experiment and also how I can make my test more … Continued
Synthesis and Explosion of Nitroglycerine

Synthesis and Explosion of Nitroglycerine

Pour H2SO4 into HNO3. Do mix up thoroughly by pouring to- and fro- many times. This mixing warms up. Dip the tube into a 150 ml beaker filled with ice. When the tube is colder than 10°C, add 10 drops … Continued
Why Innovation Is Critical to Success

Why Innovation Is Critical to Success

Creativity is the process of generating and expressing novel ideas that are likely to be useful. Innovation is the process of developing these creative ideas into new business value. “I do not sell products. I sell an entire civilization in … Continued
A Level Titration Lab Report

A Level Titration Lab Report

A titration is a method of analysis that will allow you to determine the precise endpoint of a reaction and the precise quantity of reactant in the titration flask. A burette is used to deliver the second reactant to the … Continued
Lab Report

Lab Report

During the experiment, we made observations and possible explanations on why Copper(II)Chloride Dehydrate and Aluminum foil created a chemical reaction. The observations were made by using Copper Chloride, Aluminum foil, and Distilled water. Before the Aluminum was added into the … Continued
Chemistry Energy Levels

Chemistry Energy Levels

The energy of the subshell increases as follows:4s<4p<4d<4f * “4s” has the greatest probability of being close to the nucleus * Subshells are limited to # of electrons they can hold ( 2 electrons per orbital) s=21s orbital d=105d orbital … Continued
Isolation and Isomerization of Lycopene from Tomato Paste

Isolation and Isomerization of Lycopene from Tomato Paste

To extract the carotenoid pigments from canned tomato paste and separate them by column chromatography to obtain a solution that contains lycopene. Then record the ultraviolet-visible spectrum of this solution and analyze it for evidence of isomerization. Calculation List of … Continued
Combustion of Alkanols

Combustion of Alkanols

To determine which alkanols has higher heat combustion Hypothesis: The alkanols with the longer carbon chain will a higher heat combustion Background Information: Heat combustion can be calculated by using various formulas. By using ? H= -mc? T, we can … Continued
Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen Peroxide

The same reaction is catalysed by the enzyme catalase, found in the liver, whose main function in the body is the removal of toxic byproducts ofmetabolism and the reduction of oxidative stress. The decomposition occurs more rapidly in alkali, so acid is often added as a stabilizer. The … Continued
Osmosis Lab

Osmosis Lab

What will happen to mass of the cell when it is placed in different solutions while trying to reach equilibrium? Background Information Osmosis is the procedure where water or different types of liquids move through a semipermeable membrane. This type … Continued
Organic Nomenclature and Functional Groups

Organic Nomenclature and Functional Groups

Learning how to name and draw the structure of the various compounds is the first step in learning to speak the language of organic chemistry. Chapter 1 presented organic chemistry as the chemistry of the carbon atom. However, many organic … Continued
Quantum Mechanics

Quantum Mechanics

Throughout the years the Quantum Mechanic model has evolved many times. This evolution has taken place after every major discovery in Quantum Mechanics. The current Quantum mechanic model is by far the most accurate example of an atom and how … Continued
Freezing Point Lab

Freezing Point Lab

The ice-salt mixture was stirred with a stirring rod and the mercury thermometer was used to assure that the temperature dropped to -5O C or below. A large test tube was filled halfway with deionized water and placed in the … Continued
Isolation of Caffeine from Coffee

Isolation of Caffeine from Coffee

Afterwards we used acetone-petroleum ether for recrystallization and the vacuum apparatus for filtration to obtain pure caffeine. At the end the melting point of the pure caffeine was obtained. (Reference: Organic Chemistry Laboratory Manual) Experiment Scheme: We used 250 mL … Continued
The Efficency of Bioethanol Fuel

The Efficency of Bioethanol Fuel

Bioethanol fuel is (Bioethanol Fuel. Com) “mainly produced by the sugar fermentation process, although it can be manufactured by the chemical process of reacting ethylene with steam” Bioethanol comes from an renewable resource that mainly grows in the United Kingdom. … Continued