By Emil Slowinski, Wayne C. Wolsey, Robert Rossi
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The water molecules in a hydrate are removed relatively easily. In many cases, simply heating a hydrate to a temperature somewhat above the boiling point of water will drive off the water of hydration. Hydrated barium chloride is typical in this regard; it is converted to anhydrous BaCl2 if heated to about 115°C: M BaCl2 ⋅ 2 H2O(s) → BaCl2(s) + 2 H2O(g) at t ≥ 115°C In the dehydration reaction the crystal structure of the solid will change, and the color of the salt may also change. In Experiment 4, when copper chloride hydrate was gently heated, it was converted to the brownish anhydride.
Of moles Ag+ = no. of moles AgNO3 = MAgNO3 × VAgNO3 (2) where the volume of AgNO3 is expressed in liters and the molarity MAgNO3 is in moles per liter of solution. At the end point of the titration, no. of moles Ag+ added = no. of moles Cl− present in unknown (3) no. of grams Cl− present = no. of moles Cl− present × MM Cl (4) % Cl = no. of grams Cl − × 100 no. of grams unknown *See Experiment 26 for a discussion of the principles governing precipitations of this sort. (5) 42 Experiment 7 Analysis of an Unknown Chloride Experimental Procedure Obtain from the stockroom a buret and a vial containing a sample of an unknown solid chloride.
______________ g KNO3 c. How much CuSO4 ⋅ 5 H2O crystallizes out? ______________ g CuSO4 ⋅ 5 H2O d. What percent of the KNO3 in the sample is recovered? ______________ % This page intentionally left blank Experiment 4 Determination of a Chemical Formula hen atoms of one element combine with those of another, the combining ratio is typically an integer or a simple fraction; 1:2, 1:1, 2:1, and 2:3 are ratios one might encounter. The simplest formula of a compound expresses that atom ratio. Some substances with the ratios we listed include CaCl2, KBr, Ag2O, and Fe2O3.
Chemical principles in the laboratory by Emil Slowinski, Wayne C. Wolsey, Robert Rossi