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    Investigation to Identify the Formula of Hydrated Copper Sulphate Aim: I plan to investigate the formula of Hydrated Copper Sulphate and, more importantly, what x stands for in the formula (CuSO4.xH2O). This will tell me how many molecules of water surround each molecule of Copper Sulphate. To do this I plan to work out the amount of water a set mass of Hydrated Copper Sulphate loses when it becomes anhydrous. I will work this out by measuring the difference in mass between the two states

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    Fluids And Hydration

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    practice. For every pound you lose during the workout you will need to drink 2 cups of fluid to rehydrate your body. 2.Urine color: Check the color of your urine. If it is a dark gold color like apple juice, you are dehydrated. If you are well hydrated, the color of your urine will look like pale lemonade. Thirst is not an accurate indicator of how much fluid you have lost. If you wait until you are thirsty to replenish body fluids, then you are already dehydrated. Most people do

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    Science Research Paper

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    Corrosion is the atmospheric oxidation of metals. Rusting is essentially a process of oxidation in which iron combines with water and oxygen to form rust. Rust is the reddish-brown crust that forms on the surface of iron. Rust, a chemical compound, is a hydrated ferric oxide Fe2O3·nH2O, where n is usually 11/2. The chemical mechanism of rusting is not fully known, but is thought to involve oxidation of metallic iron to ferrous ion, (Fe++) and reaction of the ferrous ion with oxygen and water to form rust

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    Hydrolysis of Oxoanions

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    Z2/r ratios for nonmetal cations do not give accurate predictions of their chemical behavior. A different approach is needed to determine what these elements will do when they are dissolved in water. Oxo Anion Hydrolysis Like cations, oxoanions are hydrated in aqueous solution. In this case the electrostatic attraction is between the electron pairs on the oxoanion oxygen atoms and the partially positive hydrogen atoms of the water molecule. The hydration of oxoanions is an exothermic process. The hydration

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    Antoine Lavoisier

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    meteorological observation. On 1763 Lavoisier received his bachelor's degree and on 1764 a licentiate which allowed him to practice his profession. In his spare time he studied books all about science. His 1st paper was written about gypsum, also known by hydrated calcium sulfate. He described its chemical and physical properties. He was elected to the French Academy of Sciences in 1768. On 1771 he married Marie Anne Pierrette Paulze. She helped Lavoisier by drawing diagrams for his scientific works and translating

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    Iron

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    it's specific gravity is 7.86, it's melting point is 1535 degrees Celsius, and it's boiling point is 3000 degrees Celsius. It burns in oxygen forming ferrous oxide. When exposed to moist air, iron becomes corroded, forming a reddish - brown, flaky, hydrated ferric oxide, commonly known as rust. (Encarta, 1996) Iron is formed in shallow seas. It comes out of the water and collects on the sea floor. This creates an underwater deposit. This process occurs over billions of years. Through plate movement

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    Blood Drive

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    blood drive I had to begin following some guidelines that would assist in making my donation an easy and painless experience. I was to increase my water intake to an unusual amount of nearly 10 glasses a day. Doing this would keep my body well hydrated and make it easier for the needle to enter my vein and the blood to come out. Also, the day of the drive I was to eat a big, healthy breakfast. This would give me the energy I needed for the donation. I was supposed to avoid ca... ... middle

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    Abstract The purpose for this lab was to use aluminum from a soda can to form a chemical compound known as hydrated potassium aluminum sulfate. In the lab aluminum waste were dissolved in KOH or potassium sulfide to form a complex alum. The solution was then filtered through gravity filtration to remove any solid material. 25 mLs of sulfuric acid was then added while gently boiling the solution resulting in crystals forming after cooling in an ice bath. The product was then collected and filter through

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    To find the formula of hydrated copper(II) sulfate Introduction In this experiment, the water of crystallization is removed from hydrated copper(II) sulfate. The mass of water is found by weighing before and after heating. This information is used to find x in the formula: CuSO4.xH2O. Note that x must be an integer (a whole number). Diagram Method Safety: Wear eye protection Find the mass of your crucible. Place 2–3 spatulas of blue copper(II)

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    In this lab 2-methyl-butyn-2-ol is hydrated to 3-hydroxy-3-methyl-2-butanone. This process was preformed by using a strong acid which created an enol, and then the enol tautomerized. Due to this being a terminal alkyne, only one product will be formed. Techniques such as simple distillation, reflux, and gravity filtration were used to produce and separate the product from the mixture that it was in. When performing this lab using only one equivalent of alkyne produced a low percent of 1%. The low

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