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    Chemistry Experiment

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    Chemistry Experiment An investigation to find out how the rate of the reaction of hydrochloric acid and sodium thiosulphate solution is affected by the concentration of the sodium thiosulphate. I am going to investigate the effect of varying the concentration of sodium thiosulphate solution in a reaction with hydrochloric acid. The theory behind this experiment is that 'increasing the concentration can increase the rate of the reaction by increasing the rate of molecular collisions.'

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    Chemistry Pilot Experiment Aim: The aim was to become accustomed to working with the equipment and to find optimum levels of hydrochloric acid and magnesium ribbon to produce 60cm of hydrogen, a sensible amount to produce in the real experiment. We also began to investigate the effect of temperature on the rate and the result of the product (hydrogen). It also served to discover any errors in the procedure which could affect the final result and prevent us getting accurate results, thus

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    Experiment 1: Introducing Equilibrium I (Appendix 1) The purpose of this experiment was to observe what happens when the reactants and productions of a reversible reaction are placed separately into a sealed container. This experiment investigated the chemistry of equilibrium using N_2 O_4 ⇋ 〖2NO〗_2. This experiment will determine if dynamic chemical equilibrium can be achieved by starting with either reactants or products. In part one of the experiment, the following conditions were: Volume

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    A Chemistry Experiment

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    A Chemistry Experiment The aim of this experiment is to demonstrate that the substrate Hydrogen Peroxide will break down to oxygen and water, in the presence of the enzyme catalase. The catalase will be obtained from peas and liver. Specifically

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    Chemistry Experiment

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    Chemistry Experiment How does the change in the electric current used in the electrolysis of copper sulphate solution affect the mass of copper deposited on the copper electrodes? Aim --- The aim of this experiment is to find out whether the mass of copper deposited on copper electrodes during the electrolysis of copper sulphate solution changes when the current used to electrolyse the solution is increased. Hypothesis ---------- I predict that if the current used to electrolyse

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    Metal Chemistry Experiment Aim My aim is to plan and carry out an investigation that will enable me to put 5 metals in order of reactivity. The 5 metals are zinc, magnesium, copper, iron and calcium. I am also provided with Copper (II) Sulphate solution. Equipment Zinc, magnesium, copper, iron, calcium, 500 cm3 CuSO4, Polystyrene cup with lid, thermometer, measuring cylinder, stop watch, spatula and safety specs. Safety In the experiment I am using substances that are irritant

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    the concentration of the enzyme just to name a few. This experiment was conducted to show the effects of different pH levels on the activity of the catalase enzyme, the data obtained in this experiment supports the initial hypothesis of the experiment which states that the catalase enzyme will function optimally at a pH of 7 and efficiency will decrease as the pH of solutions moves further away from 7. This is true because in the experiment the test tube containing the distilled water which has a

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    18 Steps to Make a Chemistry Experiment

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    start this experiment off, we needed to determine the conductive side of the glass. The conductive side will have the resistance. This will be the most active in this experiment. It will take a huge part to this experiment because it contains the electrons that this experiment requires. STEP 2: Tape down the conductive sides to the table. Place each side with two pieces of tape except the side closest to you place one piece. Taping down the conductive side is a crucial part to this experiment. The tape

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    what the rates of reaction will be and what the actual rates of reaction are. I will do this by collecting data from experiments and I will show this by putting data into a table. The main aim of my experiment is to find the rate of reaction over time taken and the rate of reaction when the concentration of hydrochloric acid increases or decreases. I will try to make my experiment as accurate as I can. I will carry out three trials to make my test fair. I will also use the correct equipment for accurate

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    from Biology, Chemistry and Physics, we were to design a timing device to measure the length of music played on the final day of this project. In our group, we separated into three teams to create three different timing devices. This report is on one of the timing devices, named the Fermentation Clock created by Elaine Wong and Aki Kuboyama. The Fermentation Clock is a simple device in which dilute hydrogen peroxide is added to yeast, which is one of the Biology experiments for studying

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