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    Determination of the Solubility of Calcium Hydroxide Apparatus 250 cm3 volumetric flask 25cm3 pipette Pipette pump Burette 250cm3 conical flask Small funnel Rubber bung White ceramic tile Burette clamp G clamp Lab stand Quantities to be used 25cm3 Hydrochloric acid solution @ 0.3moldm-3 225cm3 Distilled Water Excess Methyl Orange indicator Excess Calcium Hydroxide solution @ 0.015moldm-3 Excess distilled water (for washing glassware) Making

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    The Determination of the Solubility of Calcium Hydroxide I have to plan an experiment to find the solubility of calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2, in water. I have to make up a solution of calcium hydroxide and carry out a titration using hydrochloric acid solution of the chosen concentration. The equipment need is as below: · Solid calcium hydroxide · Methyl orange indicator · Volumetric flask (250cm3) · Clamp and boss · Clamp stand · Burette (50cm3) · Conical flask ·

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    Investigation into the solubility of Calcium Hydroxide Ca(OH)2 Planning ======== Calcium Hydroxide is a strong base which is alkaline in water. Lime water containing approximately 0.015 mol dm-3 will be used for the titration. HCl will be used also, and has a concentration of 0.3 mol dm-3 . Aim: The aim of the investigation is to determine the solubility of Calcium Hydroxide by calculating the concentration by means of a titration. Plan: Clamp stand Burette [IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE]Titration

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    Finding the Concentration of Calcium Hydroxide by Titration with Hydrochloric Acid. The Problem Perform a titration upon Calcium Hydroxide to find the concentration by using Hydrochloric Acid of 3 different concentrations as following 2 molar, 0.5 molar and 0.1 molar. In order to calculate the results must be within 0.05cm3 of each other. Apparatus Burette Volumetric Pipette Beakers Conical Flasks Volumetric Flasks Funnel Clamp Stand White Tile Fair Test

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    Hydrochloric acid - Very corrosive, irritant. * Limewater (alkali) - Irritant. * Phenolphthalein - May cause irritation of the respiratory and digestive tract if ingested. The reaction between the hydrochloric acid and limewater will also produce calcium chloride and water both of which have no hazards and are not dangerous at all. Phenolphthalein will not react with any of the other chemicals to produce anything dangerous. Also any reaction involving HCl can often be quite violent so great care

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    Bases and Alkalis

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    DISSOLVE IN WATER ALKALI OR BASE FOUND IN/USED FOR Copper oxide CuO No Base Sodium hydroxide NaOH Yes Alkali pH 13 Used to remove grease from ovens & drains. Used to make soap Ammonia NH3 Yes Alkali pH 10 The main active ingredient in household cleaning fluids Calcium hydroxide Ca(OH)2 No Base Slaked lime used in agriculture Aluminium hydroxide Al(OH)3 No Base Used in some indigestion tablets Acids and Alkalis Neutralisation

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    Portland Cement

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    (3CaOAl2O3), and a tetra-calcium aluminoferrite (4CaO Al2O3Fe2O3). In an abbreviated notation differing from the normal atomic symbols, these compounds are designated as C3S, C2S, C3A, and C4AF, where C stands for calcium oxide (lime), S for silica, A for alumina, and F for iron oxide. Small amounts of uncombined lime and magnesia also are present, along with alkalies and minor amounts of other elements Hydration. The most important hydraulic constituents are the calcium silicates, C2S and C3S. Upon

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    aluminous mate¬ria that reacts chemically with calcium hydroxide (lime) to form com¬pounds having cementitious properties.” In early civilizations, natural pozzolans were mixed together with lime to produce hydraulic cements, whereas today natural or artificial pozzolans are usually used together with portland cement. The hydration of the calcium silicate compounds, C3S (or alite) and C2S (or belite), in portland cement produces abundant calcium hydroxide through the reactions represented by following

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    Sedimentary Rocks

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    is why it looks very much like sand. However, there is red sandstone as well as yellow. Sandstone is commonly used for buildings. Limestone, which can also be called chalk, is formed from seashells. It mostly contains calcium carbonate as seashells are made from calcium carbonate. It is usually white or grey in colour. The original shells are mainly crushed down how some fossilised shells can still be found in limestone. Mudstone, which is also known as shale, is formed from mud. Mud is

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    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study 1.1.1 Coagulation Process Coagulation is one of the processes involved in waste water treatment. It is the main water treatment process that related to these studies. The main purposes of coagulation process are to separate suspended solids from water and remove turbidity of water. Coagulation is almost similar to the other process for separation of suspended solids which called flocculation. The working principle of coagulation process is by destabilizing

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