Chemistry/Analysis of Solutions Prep
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ANALYSIS OF SOLUTIONS
Solution | Preparation |
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0.1 M AgNO_{3} | Dilute 4.25 g of silver nitrate to 250 mL |
1.0 M HCl | Dilute 20.8 mL of concentrated hydrochloric acid to 250 mL |
0.5 M Na_{2}CO_{3} | Dilute 15.50 g of sodium carbonate monohydrate to 250 mL |
0.1 M Pb(NO_{3})_{2} | Dilute 8.28 g of lead nitrate to 250 mL |
1.0 M NaCl | Dilute 14.63 g of sodium chloride to 250 mL |
0.1 M KI | Dilute 4.15 g of potassium iodide to 250 mL |
Divide 125 mL of each stock solution as follows.
- 12 dropper bottles labeled “silver nitrate”
- 12 dropper bottles labeled “hydrochloric acid”
- 12 dropper bottles labeled “sodium carbonate”
- 12 dropper bottles labeled “lead(II) nitrate”
- 12 dropper bottles labeled “sodium chloride”
- 12 dropper bottles labeled “potassium iodide”
Divide the remaining 125 mL of each stock solution as follows.
- 12 dropper bottles containing HCl and labeled “UNKNOWN A”
- 12 dropper bottles containing Pb(NO_{3})_{2} and labeled “UNKNOWN B”
- 12 dropper bottles containing KI and labeled “UNKNOWN C”
- 12 dropper bottles containing AgNO_{3} and labeled “UNKNOWN D”
- 12 dropper bottles containing Na_{2}CO_{3} and labeled “UNKNOWN E”
- 12 dropper bottles containing NaCl and labeled “UNKNOWN F”
Other Equipment
- Large well plates