Q: I just did an online chemisty lab for Oxidation States of Manganese and I'm stuck. I have three test tubes that have been prepared as follows: Tube 1- Starting PH 13.82 2 mL of KMnO4 1 mL of NaOH Tube 2- Starting PH 7 2 mL of
Suppose that you heated a sample of a hydrated ionic compound in a test tube. What might you expect to see inside the test tube, near the top of the test tube? Explain please i really am stumped on this question...
A black solid is heated in a tube that is completely evacuated of air. Hydrogen is added to the tube. An orange powder is formed and water vapor is seen on the outside of the tube. Is the original solid an element or compound? Can
1. Tube # 3: (a) It started out as purple, and turned into green. (b) No precipitate was noticably formed. Tube #4: (a) This tube was purple, and turned into white. (b) A brown precipitate was formed after adding 1 mL of NaHSO3.
Reaction 6 1. Place a piece of mossy zinc in a test tube 2 add hydrochloric acid solution to the test tube until the mossy zinc is completely covered What gas was released in reaction 6 and how could you test the gas to confirm
I need to determine the "percentage composition unknown" whatever that is. My current data: a) mass of test tube and foil cover: 7.5323 g b)temp of water bath: 375.65 K c) mass of test tube and foil and gas as sample: 7.5423 g d)
Joseph Priestly discovered oxygen when he heated a red powder. This red powder had been prepared by heating mercury in air. a) name th red powder formed when this element is heated in air b) write a word equation to show what
A gas generator is constructed to collect the CO2(g) evolved from a reaction. during lab we set up the CO2 generator by placing 10ml of 3 M HCL in a 200mm test tube. then slide the 75mm test tube into the 200mm test tube without