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Separate the folds with three thicknesses on one side and one thickness on the other. Before placing it in the funnel, weigh the paper. Also weigh a 100-ml beaker covered with a watch glass. mass of paper = mass of beaker + watch glass = g g Put the paper into the funnel and carefully pour in the mixed solution. To remove all solid from the flask, add small amounts of water, swirl it around, and add these portions to the funnel. Allow the last drops to pass through and remove the beaker containing the liquid (called the filtrate).

In a test tube, place 1 ml of hydrogen chloride (hydrochloric acid, HCl) solution. Drop a piece of zinc metal into the tube. Describe the result. Complete the equation. Zn + HCl -> 4. Double replacement or metathesis. Pour 1 ml of ferric chloride [iron(III) chloride, F e C l 3 ] into a test tube. Add several drops of sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution. 39 UCKO/EXPERIMENTS FOR LIVING CHEMISTRY /4 What happens? Complete the equation. FeCl 3 + 3NaOH -> +3 5. Most chemical reactions involve heat changes.

Amount of time = Pressure and volume. Using a syringe without a needle, pull the plunger to its furthest position, as if you were filling the syringe. Cover the tip with your finger to trap the air and push in the plunger. As you increase the pressure applied to the gas inside the syringe, what happens to its volume? -j jube f 0 r volume-temperature experiment. sealed at one end State the gas law that describes this relationship. Volume and temperature. Obtain a glass tube sealed at one end, which contains a few drops of colored water in the middle (see Figure 5-1).

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