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Types of Chemical Reaction Litsa Sursock Procedure: Perform each reaction Classify the type of reaction Record your

observations, Balance equation with states. Take pictures for the blog Magic School Bus Drawing A) 1. Obtain Copper (II) Nitrate and small 50mL beaker. Place a small piece(1.00cm x 1.00cm) of aluminium into the beaker Pour the Copper solution over the aluminium until it is at least halfway covered by solution. 2. The copper wire turned silver and dull from gold and shiny when the solution was added to. Flakes from the wire came off. The silver atoms precipitated Single Displacement Reaction5. Al + 3CuNO3 -> 3Cu + Al(NO3)3 B) Obtain a 50mL beaker, pour about 20mL of D.I. water and a few drops of Phenolphthalein to it. Record the pH. Add 5.0 mL of 1M NaOH Record the pH w/ pH meter & litmus paper Test it for electrolytes w/conductivity apparatus Wash off the conductivity & pH sensor with D.I. water Put a thermometer in the beaker and add 5.0 mL of 2M HCl to the beaker Measure pH & conductivity & temperature change.

2. When I poured the Phenolphthalein, it created a mixture and the water was clear. However we found out that the solution was conductive when we put the conductivity apparatus in the water, the light turned on. When we poured the NaOH in the solution, the water turned purple and the pH was 14. When we added the HCL, the purple went away and became clear again. The pH was 1. The temperature of the water was 2.3 C. Neutralization Reaction C20H14O4+H2O -> C20H14O4+H2O (No Change) C20H14O4+H2O+NaOH -> C20H14O4+H2O+NaOH+HCL C) Pour a small scoop of CaCO3 (About 1-2 grams) into the same beaker from the reaction in section B.2. When we added the Calcium Carbonate, the solution started to form bubbles and foam. Decomposition 2HCL +CACO3 -> CO2+CaCl2+H2O D) Obtain a shiny piece of copper and a pair of tongs Hold the piece of copper up to a flame with tongs. 2. The copper changed the colour of the fire to bright orange, and the copper turned silver Combustion 2CUs+O2 ->CuO E) Place a small scoop (about 2 grams) of sucrose (C12H22O11) into a crucible and heat it over Bunsen burner. 2. The sugar began to bubble, half of it turned into a brown liquid the other half stayed white

Decomposition C12H22O11+ 12 O2 -> 12CO2+ 11 H20 F) Observe the burning Bunsen Burner. 2. Blue tinted flame 2C3Hg + 3O2-> 8H2+ 3CO2 G) Pour Sodium Iodide into a test tube with around 20mL of DI water. Add Lead(II) Nitrate to the test tube. 2. Started off as a clear liquid, then when the Nitrate is added, the yellow liquid begins to descend down Double Displacement Participation Reaction 2NaI(aq)+ Pb2NO3 (aq) -> 2NaNO3(aq)+ 2PbI(s)