W2 -Theoretical Yield Lab
Name(s): Marie Brashears, Evan Lincoln, Laura Masho, Jackson KunzDate: February 1, 2010
Potassium Hydroxide:Calcium Chloride:Health Rating: 3 – Severe (Poison)Health Rating: 1 – SlightFlammability Rating: 0 – NoneFlammability Rating: 0 - NoneReactivity Rating: 2 – ModerateReactivity Rating: 2 - ModerateContact Rating: 4 – Extreme (Corrosive)Contact Rating: 3 - SevereLab Protective Equipment: Goggles, Shield,Lab Protective Equipment: Goggles, Lab CoatLab Coat, Vent Hood, Proper GlovesCalcium Hydroxide:Health Rating: 2 – ModerateFlammability Rating: 0 – NoneReactivity Rating: 2 – ModerateContact Rating – 3 SevereLab Protective Equipment: Goggles, Shield,Lab Coat, Apron, Vent Hood, Proper Gloves
Goal & Theory:Grading Only: 1 2 3 4 5
The goal of the Theoretical Yields lab was to learn how to write and balance basic, net ionic, andionic equations. It also taught us how to find the Molarity and Theoretical Yield of different typesof reactions.
Data and Results:Grading Only: 1 2 3 4 5
Filter Paper Mass1.83 gramsMolar Mass CaCl2110.98 gramsMolar Mass KOH56.11 gramsMoles of KOH.0180 mol KOHMoles of CaCl2.00901 mol CaCl2Molarity of CaCl2.1802 M CaCl2Molarity of KOH.3600 M KOHMass of Precipitate Ca(OH)2. 21 gramsTheoretical Yield.668 grams Ca(OH)2
Calculations:Grading Only: 1 2 3 4 5
[For each calculation, include a brief description above the calculation. An example would be,“Here is how I found the limiting reagent.” Then you write
, beingsure to BOX your answers.
Be sure to include any calculations you needed to answer theconclusion questions