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Decomposition of a Carbonate Practical

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Notes on the practical for Preliminary Chemistry year 11: Decomposition of a carbonate and tests for carbon dioxide and oxide as products. Includes theory, aim, materials, procedure, observations, analysis of results, conclusions, equations, validity and application.

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Chemistry Matter Pyrotechnic colorants Carbonates Calcium compounds Inorganic solvents Limestone Limewater Carbon dioxide Calcium carbonate Sulfuric acid Copper(II) oxide
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Chemistry Matter Pyrotechnic colorants Carbonates Calcium compounds Inorganic solvents Limestone Limewater Carbon dioxide Calcium carbonate Sulfuric acid Copper(II) oxide
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Risk assessments: Identify the risk Assess the risk Control the risk Corrosive acids Can damage your skin Handle it with care, wear gloves Bunsen burner Can burn your skin and start fires Turn it on carefully, don't touch it while it's on or until after it has cooled down Hot glass Can burn your skin Don't touch the beakers during the experiment and wait until they are cool, or use rubber gloves Materials: • 2g copper carbonate • Limewater (saturated Ca(OH)2 solution) • Bunsen burner • Matches • Test tubes • Retort stand and clamp • Gas delivery tube and stopper • 10mL 1mol/L hydrochloric acid OR sulphuric acid • Spatula Procedure: Heating a carbonate: 1. Place a small amount of the carbonate in a large test tube and put the stopper in it with the gas delivery tube, clamp the test tube to a retort stand 2. Fill another test ...
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