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Gravimetric Analysis Practical

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Notes on the Gravimetric Analysis practical for Preliminary Chemistry year 11. Includes theory, aim, materials, procedure, observations, analysis of results, conclusions, equations, validity and application.

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Chemistry Laboratory techniques Laboratory equipment Distillation Bunsen burner Beaker Fractional distillation Reflux
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Chemistry Laboratory techniques Laboratory equipment Distillation Bunsen burner Beaker Fractional distillation Reflux
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Risk assessments: Identify the risk Assess the risk Control the risk Bunsen burner Can burn your skin Be cautious, turn it on correctly, don't touch it after the experiment until it cools down completely Broken glass Can cut your skin Put the glass in the centre of the bench and if something does break, sweep up the shards as soon as possible Hot glass Can burn your skin Don't touch the glass during or after the experiment, use rubber protection glove things Materials: • Distillation kit: tube through which water runs, flask • Boiling chips • Electronic scale • 150mL beaker • 50mL salw water • 100mL measuring cylinder • Bunsen burner • Tripod • Heat mat • Retort stand with its bossheads and clamps Procedure: 1. Set up the distillation apparatus: one tube must go in and be connected ...
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