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Tools and Materials Tool: 1. Glass cup 1 piece 2. Clamp 1 piece 3. Nichrome wire 1 piece 1. Sodium (solid) 2.

2 mL of concentrated HCl 3. 2 mL of 0.1 M LiCl 4. 2 mL of 0.1 M NaCl 5. Ba (NO3) 2 0.1 M 2 mL 6. 2 mL of 0.1 M KCl 7. 2 mL of 0.1 M SrCl2 4. Cobalt glass 1 piece 5. Test tube 2 pieces 6. Heating Bunsen 1 piecematerial 8. 2 mL of 0.1 M K2CrO4 9. Magnesium uranyl acetate 0.1 M 10. Sodium cobalt nitrite 0.1 M 11. Litmus paper 12. 2 mL of 0.1 M H2SO4 13. 2 mL of 0.1 M BaCl2

How it Works 1. a. In a beaker filled with water, float a piece of paper. Take a piece of sodium with tongs and place on paper. Do not hold the sodium by hand. Observe and record what happens (Demo assistant). b. The solution contained in a glass cup on a trial dip litmus paper into it. Observe and record what happens. 2. Dip the nichrome wire into concentrated HCl, and then burn it over a Bunsen colorless. Repeat this experiment did not appear again until the flame color. Dip the clean nichrome wire into the solution: a. LiCl c. KCl e. SrCl2 b. NaCl d. BaCl2 3. Take four test tubes, and number them 1-4. enter mL NaCl ½ and ½ mL tubes magnesium uranyl acetate at no.1; ½ mL KCl and ½ mL of sodium cobalt nitrite on the tube no.2; ½ mL of Ba (NO3) 2 and ½ mL of H2SO4 on the tube no.3; ½ mL SrCl2 and ½ mL K2CrO4 no.4 on the tube. Observe and record what happens.

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KCNS 0.1 M H2SO4 How it Works 1. Observe and record what happens. Potassium chromate 1 point 8. Potassium chlorate 2 point 7. Fe2 + i. a. The mouth of the test tube stoppers 3 pieces 3. Observe and record what happens.1 M 5 drops 6. 6 mL of 0. a. c. CrO42-e. CO3 + 0.1 M 7.1 M KCl 10. Potassium iodate 1 point 9. 2. drop H2SO4 solution and add 5 drops of H2C2O4 solution. Then add 5 drops KCNS. 5 drops of 0. Equipment and Materials 1. Observe and record the color of the following solutions.1 M 9. 5 drops of 0. Tube rack 1 set Ingredients: 1. Fe2 + j. note the color.1. Enter 2 mL KMnO4 solution into a test tube.1 M FeCl3 20. 3 drops of concentrated H2SO4 5. 2 mL of 0.1 M KMnO4 17. Cr2O72 2 mL of 0.1 M NaOH 11. Pasteur pipette 1 piece 5. record the color.1 M 2 mL 3. Bromine water 2 mL of 0. b. Observe and record the changes that occur. a. Zn2 + c. Hg (NO3) 2 1 mL of 0. Mn2 + h. KBr and KI by 2 mL of water and add chlorine to the respective reaction tubes. CO3 + b. Compare the two experiments above. H2O2 0. Wait a while until the gas arises. Ammonia 1 mL of 0. Provide 1 mL Hg (NO3) 2. Ni2 + d.1 M KBr 11. 2 mL of 0.1 M 8. Observe and record the changes that occur. KI 0. CrO42 2 mL of 0. 10 drops of 0.1 M 2 mL 4. MnO4-g. Ni2 + 0. 2 mL of 0. 2 mL of CuSO4 solution was added dropwise ammonia. Insert into test tubes are each 2 grains of potassium chlorate. Then add KCNS. and then close the tube with a rubber stopper. 3. potassium chromate 1 egg and 1 egg potassium iodate.1 M KI 10. Tube rack 1 piece 12.1 M 4. Pasteur pipette to reagent 14. Spatula 1 piece 4.1 M 2 mL 18. Take 3 pieces of tube with a rubber stopper. 2 mL of 0. Mn2 + 0. Water Chlorine 2 mL of 0.1 M-15. note the color. record the color changes. Then enter CCl4 approximately 2 mL into the third tube. Enter into the third test tube of each solution of KCl. Enter 2 mL FeCl3 solution into a test tube. 10 drops of 0.1 M H2C2O4 22. Observe and record the changes that occur. Observe and compare the results then make a conclusion. Repeat the experiment with FeCl3 added H2O2. add KI solution dropwise.1 M CuSO4 2. Add NaOH dropwise to 3 mL of Cr (NO3) 3.1 M 2. Put on each tube 1 drop of concentrated H2SO4. .1 M 2 m How it Works 1. Cu2 + 2. CCl4 6 mL 6.1 M 3. Test tube 9 units 2.1 M FeSO4 19. b. Test tube 6 pieces 13. Cr (NO3) 3 3 mL of 0. Zn2 + 0.1 M 5 drops 5. Cr2O72-f. 10 mL measuring cup 1 piece 6. Water iodine 2 mL of 0. 2 mL of 0.1 M 2 mL 21.1 M-16. Repeat the experiment in water atasdengan bromine and iodine water.