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    Truth of Mining Toxins

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    powerful feminists. After Cody was brought into the group she known she would have to tell this information to the woman about the Black Mountain mining. The mining has been running sulfuric acid in the water through the town of Grace that is causing trees to die, including microscopic animals in the river. This sulfuric acid can also be used to kill rats and pond algae and many other small things in the river, but not the fish. Mining toxins are something that is released into the environment by the

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    the form of Mn2+ that promotes oxidation. The sulfuric acid added to the titration flask acts as a proton donor for the solution readily giving up protons. Since the oxalic acid is not a strong acid and does not dissociate well, but is still needed in the reaction to form carbon dioxide, the addition of a strong acid, sulfuric acid, supplies the protons needed for the reaction. Procedure: Obtain and zero two burets, one containing .0500M oxalic acid and the other containing the permanganate solution

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    Copper Cycle Lab Report

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    The experiment we did was Copper Cycle. We reverted the copper to its elemental form after a chain of reactions. We performed a series of reactions, starting with copper metal and nitric acid to form copper (ii) nitrate. Then we reacted copper with sodium hydroxide, sulfuric acid, nitric acid and zinc to form precipitates. In conclusion our percent recovery was 40.38%. Introduction: The purpose of this lab was to to cycle solid copper through a series of chemical forms and return it to its original

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    which was steps 1-4, 5 pieces of mossy zinc were put into 3ml of 2M H_2 〖SO〗_4 and during this time bubbles were produced. After a few minutes the zinc was removed from the acid and it was now clean zinc. In the second part of phase 1 which was steps 5-8 4 different pieces of clean zinc were placed in 4 different acids. The acids were Hydrochloric ... ... middle of paper ... ...e will also become faster. In phase one, Nature of the Reactants five different metals were placed in the 2M HCl they

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    Redox Reactions

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    following: fæ Freshly prepared FeSO4 fæ 0.1M FeCl3 solution fæ 1M sulfuric acid, H2SO4 fæ 0.1M H2O2 solution fæ 0.1M KSCN solution fæ 0.1M K3Fe(CN)6 fæ Freshly prepared 0.1M KI solution fæ 0.1M sulfurous acid solution, H2SO3 fæ 0.1M K2Cr2O7 fæ Freshly prepared starch solution. PROCEDURE Add 10 drops of hydrogen peroxide solution to one test tube or to the palette, then a few drops of sulfuric acid. Then slowly add a few drops of iron (II) sulfate solution. Record your

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    Zero Emissions Technology

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    ESP. Electo-Catalytic Oxidatin Technology uses a proprietary gas discharge technology to convert NOx and SO2 to acid mists, and to oxidize elemental mercury. It also uses advances in wet ESP technology to remove acid mists and other fine particles without saturating flue gas. The Electro-Catalytic Oxidation system consists of three sections: gas converter, condensing wet ESP, and acid recovery (ZET, 1999). The Gas Converter is used for the electrical oxidation of NOx, SO2 and Hg. As the flue gas

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    balance, measure the mass of the copper while in the vial. Remove approximately 0.35 g into a 250 mL beaker. check the balance and record the mass of the remaining mixture in the vial. In the laboratory hood, dissolve the copper with ~ 3 mL of nitric acid. Allow the beaker to remain under the hood until the fumes cease. The remaining solution should be blue. Bring the beaker back to the lab station and add ~ 10 mL of distilled water. Stir the mixture, all the while adding ~ 8 mL of 6M of NaOH to

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    The Effect of Surface Area and Concentration on the Rate of a Chemical Reaction Aim: The aim of this experiment is to determine the effect of surface area and concentration on the rate of a chemical reaction. Introduction: A chemical reaction is a process that involves changes to the molecular or ionic structure of substances. The rate of a reaction is how fast or slow the reaction occurs, in terms of products formed per second or reactants used per second. Some reactions, such as rust, take a long

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    Acidic Environment

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    Acidic Environment Oxides of non-metals which act as acids Non-metals burn in air or oxygen to produce acidic oxides. The addition of water to soluble oxides produces acidic solutions. Oxides of non-metals which act as acids include: * Carbon reacts with oxygen when burnt to form carbon dioxide which is acidic in nature. When dissolved in water, it becomes H2CO3 (carbonic acid). CO2 (g) + H2O (l) →H2CO3 (aq) * Sulfur burns in oxygen to give sulfur dioxide or sulfur trioxide

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    Oil Refinery Case Study

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    Incident at the SJV Refinery, Case Study Curtis Acree Columbia Southern University As an emergency response coordinator for a refinery it is vital to understand what hazards are associated with the products found in a crude oil refinery. Routine and non-routine maintenance will need to be done in order to maintain a working and operating oil refinery. This can create complicated situations or scenarios, because numerous contractors may be brought in for different repairs. This can lead to

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