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    Neutralisation Reaction

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    Neutralisation Reaction Apparatus: The apparatus that I will be using in this experiment will be: * A Burette * A Clamp and Stand * 2x 50ml Beakers * A Conical Flask * A Measuring Cylinder * A Thermometer * Universal Indicator * 25ml Hydrochloric Acid * 25ml Sodium Hydroxide Method/Plan of the experiment: First of all, I will set up the apparatus as the diagram shows: Then, I will measure out the acid and alkali using the measuring cylinder. Once I have done

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    Chemistry Investigation on Neutralisation Reaction Plan Neutralisation is the reaction that occurs when an acid has its acidity, that is its hydrogen ions removed by, another chemical containing OH- hydroxide ions. Chemicals that can cancel out an acid in this way are: bases (metal oxides or hydroxides), alkalis (bases that dissolve), metals (e.g. magnesium) or metal carbonates (e.g. marble chips) All of these have a similar way of removing the hydrogen from the acids (they swap it or

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    Investigating a Neutralisation Reaction Between Hydrochloric Acid and Sodium Hydroxide To investigate a neutralisation reaction I must know all the factors that affect it in order to investigate in this. Here are all the factors; Temperature - This will defiantly affect an exothermic or endothermic reaction. Concentration - If the solution is made more concentrated it means it contains more particles of reactant, therefore more collisions are likely and an result of this is that the

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    Determining the Enthalpy of Neutralisation for Three Acids [IMAGE]Determine the Enthalpy of Neutralisation for the following there Acids, H2SO4, HNO3 andH2SO4 Introduction Acid and bases have a very important property that is that they are able to cancel each other out when mixed together in the right proportions, this reaction is called a neutralisation reaction, which can be an exothermic reaction . The standard enthalpy of neutralisation is the heat absorbed per mole when an acid

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    Bases and Alkalis

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    Bases and Alkalis A base is a compound that reacts with and neutralises an acid. The reaction forms a salt plus water. Alkalis are a type of base - ones that dissolve in water. Alkalis are compounds that react and neutralise acids. Like bases, they form a salt and water in the reaction. Alkalis turn red litmus indicator paper blue and they cause Universal Indicator paper to turn blue or purple. Alkaline solutions have a pH value greater than 7. Alkaline solutions feel soapy and are

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    Investigating Factors that Affect the Amount of Heat Produced in Neutralisation I am going to investigate factors that affect the amount of heat produced in neutralisation. My objective is to plan and conduct an experiment from which I should be able to draw a firm conclusion that will either prove or disprove any predictions I have made. The factor I will be investigating is concentration

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    Neutralisation

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    Neutralisation Neutralisation is a process by which acids and alkalis react together weakening each other to ph7 which is neutral. When a substance is neutral that means it contains the same amount of Hydrogen ions (H+) as Hydroxide ions (OH-). When an acid and an alkali react a salt is made, the salt made depends on the acid and alkali used, for example hydrochloric acid plus sodium hydroxide would give sodium chloride and water. In this case the sodium takes the chlorine away from the hydrogen

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    Neutralisation

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    Neutralisation An Acid is a solution that has a ph less than 7 Acid also is substance that contains hydrogen, which can be replaced by a metal. The Acidic solution contains excess of hydrogen irons fl*(ad). An alkali is a solution that has a ph more than 7 also contains a base soluble in the water. For example Magnesium oxide when an acid necats with an Alkali salt and water is formed. The reaction between an Acid and alkali is exothermal which means the heat escaping this solution with

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    Neutralisation - How much acid is required to neutralise a base Introduction ============ Neutralisation is the reaction of a base with an acid to form a neutral solution; which contains salt and water. Acid + Base Salt + Water --------------------------- In my experiment I am trying to find out how much acid it takes to neutralise a base to form a neutral solution. I will use one molar of Nitric Acid as the acid and one molar of Ammonium Hydroxide as the base. So this will be a 1:1 ratio. (Molarity

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    Analysis and Evaluation of Neutralisation An example of neutralisation is this: [IMAGE]Acid or Alkali + Base Salt + Water + Hydrogen This investigation will investigate the reaction of hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide where these two liquid compounds neutralise each other. We will be monitoring the temperature of the liquids as more of the hydrochloric acid (HCL) is added. [IMAGE]Sodium Hydroxide + Hydrochloric acid Sodium Chloride + water [IMAGE]NaOH + HCL NaCl + H2O I

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