Rate Of Reaction Hydrochloric Acid
1,993 words4 Results for temperature and concentration on Tables 5 Graph for results for rate of reaction against temperature 6 Graph of results for rate of reaction against time 8 Graph and table of typical results This investigation is about Rates of Reaction and what affects them. In this case I am going to look at hydrochloric acid and sodium thiosulphate, which is a precipitation reaction. I will be investigating whether a change in temperature affects the rate of reaction. Sodium thiosulphate and hyd...
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Sodium Hydroxide Universal Indicator
854 wordsExperiments to Determine the Effect of Acids & Bases on Different Indicators and the pH of Common Cleaning Agents The aim of the first set of experiments is to find out and record the colour changes that are observed after a certain indicator is mixed with acids and bases to form a colour reaction. Once the selected indicator has been mixed with a acid that is both weak and strong and a base / alkali that is both weak and strong we are to record the colour and choose another indicator. The purpo...
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Determining Ph Of Identical Strong And Weak Solutions
844 wordsExperiment: Determining pH of identical strong and weak solutions Date: 31 / 10 / 03 Aim: Plan and perform a first-hand investigation to measure the pH of identical concentrations of strong and weak acids. Equipment: Deionised water (H 2 O) Tartaric Acid (C 4 H 6 O 6) Citric Acid (C 6 H 8 O 7) Sulfuric Acid (H 2 SO 4) Acetic Acid (CH 3 COOH) Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) Ammonium Chloride (NH 4 Cl) Tap Water (H 2 O) Nitric Acid (HNO 3) Probe Ferric chloride (Fe Cl 3) Wash bottle Sodium Chloride in tap...
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Rate Of Reaction Hydrogen Bonding
2,165 wordsRESEARCH I know that Rennin is an enzyme, so before conducting this experiment I am first going to do some research into enzymes and their effects. 1. Enzymes Enzymes are large globular molecules of which the vast majority are protein in nature, though some, known as 'ribozyme's' are made of RNA. Enzymes have catalytic properties; in other words, they alter the rate of reaction without themselves undergoing a permanent change. Most chemical reactions require an initial input of energy, called ac...
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Rate Of Reaction Time It Takes
2,287 words... on to use ice and water baths, heated or cooled to different temperatures to achieve the correct temperature in the enzyme and substrate. 16. Plan for pH I am going to use the three categories of acid, neutral and alkaline to test how pH affects the rate of the enzyme rennin. Whilst studying the affects of varying the pH, I am going to ensure that all other variables are constant. Therefore, I will continue to use 2 ml of milk and 4 drops of rennin. The temperature I shall conduct these expe...
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Digestive Juices Digestive Tract
1,493 wordsDigestive System, series of organs put together that purpose is to break down, or digest, the food we eat. Food is made up of large things called, complex molecules, which the digestive system breaks down into smaller things called simple molecules that get absorbed into the bloodstream. The bloodstream is our blood. The simple molecules travel through the bloodstream to all of the parts of the body, which we use for growth, repair, and energy. All living things that eat to get energy have a dig...
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Problems And Treatment Of Peptic Ulcer Disease
1,624 wordsPeptic ulcers are open sores or raw areas in the lining of the stomach (gastric ulcer) or upper part of the small intestine (duodenal ulcer). They result when the bacterium, Helicobacter pylori attaches itself to the lining of the stomach. Another cause of peptic ulcers are nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen. The bacteria or NSAIDs weaken the protective mucus coating of the stomach and small intestines. This process allows acid to get through to the sensitive lining...
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Chemistry Lab Concentration Effects On Rate Of Reaction
1,070 wordsAim: The aim of this investigation is to investigate the rate of reaction of magnesium (mg) with Hydrochloric acid (HCl). After studying the availability of equipment I have chosen to investigate how concentration can affect the rate of reaction. Other variables that affect this investigation are: - Concentration of solution - Temperature - Surface area of a solid - Catalyst - Light - Pressure of a gas Prediction: I predict that when changing the concentration of hydrochloric acid and water, the...
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Prince William Sound Exxon Valdez
1,830 wordsA captain of a ship drunkenly crashes a massive oil tanker along a reef and changes the physical and emotional world forever. Chemical spills are major problems that plague the environment. Strict government regulation is trying to aid with this problem, but governmental leaders face many challenges. Disposal of harmful chemicals is often difficult and costly. Since chemical waste has destroyed the environment, steps are being taken to prevent further pollution. A local Danish based pharmaceutic...
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Hydrochloric Acid Small Intestine
580 wordsIt is in the mouth, that the Thanksgiving feast begins its journey through the fabulous digestive system. It is here that the lips, cheeks and tongue, carefully position the food that the teeth will chew. This chewing process breaks up the food, this being a part of mechanical digestion. While the teeth grind up the turkey and tasty stuffings, the salivary glands begin emitting enzymes, these enzymes being contained in saliva. This saliva helps to dissolve some foods, and adds mucus to make the ...
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Research And Development Hydrochloric Acid
458 wordsEnvironment Quality Research And Development-Air Pollution Essay, Environment Quality Research And Development-Air Pollution Environment quality research and development-Air Pollution A hundred years ago, a book about air pollution would have attracted very few readers. Those that did read it would have felt that it was just about as important as a book about air traffic control, abortion, or pill. Today when the word pollution is mentioned, almost everyone from the child in kindergarten to the ...
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Sodium Hydroxide Potassium Hydroxide
1,877 wordsExperiments To Determine The Effect Of Acids Experiments To Determine The Effect Of Acids 038; Bases Experiments to Determine the Effect of Acids 038; Bases on Different Indicators and the pH of Common Cleaning Agents The aim of the first set of experiments is to find out and record the colour changes that are observed after a certain indicator is mixed with acids and bases to form a colour reaction. Once the selected indicator has been mixed with a acid that is both weak and strong and a ...
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Hydrogen Peroxide Hydrochloric Acid
326 wordsFactors affecting reaction rates: Work to be done: Find out what factors that effect a reaction by experiment. Chemicals and apparatus: Spoon Test-tubes Water Beakers Glowing splint Citric acid, Magnesium powder, Mg Hydrochloric acid, HCl Zinc, solid and powder Acetic acid, HAc Diluted hydrogen peroxide MnO 2 Lab: Lab 1: First I mixed equal volumes of citric acid and magnesium powder. At first there was no reaction. I then added some water, and there was a reaction. Lab 2: I poured the same amou...
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Bunsen Burner Hydrochloric Acid
762 wordsThe Problem: I am going to find out how temperature can affect the rate of reaction. Background information: Factors that change the rates of reactions are: ? Temperature? an increase in temperature will make the reaction occur faster. This happens because the particles of that substance move faster when it is heated. Because the particles move faster, they would collide more, making the reaction rate faster. ? Concentration? the increase in concentration, the greater and faster the reaction. Th...
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Rate Of Reaction Hydrochloric Acid
1,681 wordsInvestigating The Rate Of Reaction Between Sodium Investigating The Rate Of Reaction Between Sodium Thiosulphate And Hydrochloric Acid Investigating the rate of reaction between Sodium Thiosulphate and Hydrochloric Acid Diagram Aim: We did 4 experiments to find out how the rate of reaction changes with differing concentrations of Sodium Thiosulphate, Hydrochloric Acid and water. As an inert and stable liquid, water was used to alter concentration of Sodium Thiosulphate without changing the end a...
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Concentration Of Acid Increases Concentration Of Acid Reaction
526 wordsRates of Reaction: Marble Chips and Hydrochloric Acid Rates of Reaction PLANNING AIM To find if changing the concentration of an acid will increase or decrease the rate of the reaction when marble is dissolved in hydrochloric acid. PREDICTION When the concentration of acid increases, more gas will be given off faster. I know this from my trial experiments. METHOD Since I will be working with strong acid, I will wear safety goggles while conducting the experiment. I will use Marble chips all of a...
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Calcium Carbonate Hydrochloric Acid
999 wordsReaction Rate Between Calcium Carbonate And Hydrochloric Reaction Rate Between Calcium Carbonate And Hydrochloric Acid Calcium carbonate and hydrochloric acid react together. Plan an investigation to examine the factors that effect the reaction rate between them. I am trying to find out what affects the reaction rate of calcium carbonate and hydrochloric acid. Things that affect the reaction rate are the temperatures of the hydrochloric acid, the amount of hydrochloric acid, the concentration of...
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Hydrochloric Acid Surface Area
562 wordsRates Of Reaction Between Magnesium And Hydrochloric Rates Of Reaction Between Magnesium And Hydrochloric Acid When Using Different Concentrations Rates of reaction between magnesium and hydrochloric acid when using different concentrations One way of making the reaction between magnesium and hydrochloric acid more effective or less effective would be to use higher or lower concentrations of either the magnesium or hydrochloric acid. Temperature and surface area can also make a reaction faster o...
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Sodium Hydroxide Hydrochloric Acid
600 wordsBack titration: Work to be done: To find out the atomic mass of a substance using a method called back titration. Chemicals and apparatus: Magnesium Beaker Glass Burette Distilled water Methyl red 0. 5 M sodium hydroxide, NaOH 1. 0 M hydrochloric acid, HCl Lab-work: The name of the experiment explains the way of doing it quite well. You do measure how much you have of the substances and then do the titration. My mission was to find out the atomic mass of magnesium. I took a sample and weighted i...
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Baking Soda Hydrochloric Acid
3,324 wordsAim: To find which powder, of four, is best for neutralising excess stomach acid. Prediction: With stomach pain relief powders being a consumer product, I predict that the best cure for neutralising a build up of stomach acid will be the one which has the lowest cost to successfully neutralise the dilute hydrochloric acid (HCl) (0. 5 mol) (to represent the excess acid found in our stomachs). This powder would have be the one which costs less than any of the others to bring the acid build up to a...
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