Chemistry lab

posted by .

I did a copper cycle lab and my final weight of the copper is less than what i started with. Where did the lost copper go?

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Chemistry Lab

    How can you tell that you have not added enough NaOH to precipitate all the copper as copper hydroxide?
  2. Chemistry Lab

    Are you titrating? Qualitative testing? Just what?
  3. Chemistry

    In a copper cycle lab, where could have the lost copper might have went?
  4. Chemistry Lab

    Suppose for the reaction of Cu(NO3)2 + NaOH, you have not added enough sodium hydroxide to precipitate all the copper as copper hydroxide Cu(OH)2. a)How could you tell that not all the copper had precipitated?
  5. Chemistry

    A student begins with 9.7 mL of a 0.26 M Cu(NO3)2 solution and performs copper cycle lab. She recovers 0.075 grams of copper metal. A) What is the Theoretical Yield B) What is the Actual Yield C) What is the Percent Yield
  6. Chemistry:Important!!!!!!!

    A student begins with 9.7 mL of a 0.26 M Cu(NO3)2 solution and performs copper cycle lab. She recovers 0.075 grams of copper metal. A) What is the Theoretical Yield B) What is the Actual Yield C) What is the Percent Yield
  7. Chemistry

    In chemistry, we did a lab in which we had a certain mass of copper, performed multiple experiments on the copper, and at the end, extracted the copper from a solution and weighed it. The goal was that the mass of the final copper …
  8. Chemistry

    A student was isolating copper metal from a copper salt. If the student started with 1.255g of copper (II) sulfate how many grams of copper solid would you expect them to recover?
  9. Chemistry

    You synthesized copper (I) chloride and copper (I) oxide. How do they differ from their copper (II) analogs?
  10. Chemistry Lab

    So I have a lab exam tomorrow and our instructor said that one of the questions would be as follows: Prepare 100mL of 0.03 M Copper Sulfate, beginning from copper sulfate pentahydrate. Calculate the exact molarity to 3 sig figs. Alright …

More Similar Questions