The reactions were analyzed under white and black paper for backgrounds. Well A1 showed a clear color with bubbles forming carbon dioxide.
Average volume of NaOH used 2. Place a thick text book on top of the LabPaq box to use as a titrator holder.
Use the test tube holder to clamp the titrator which is simply a mL syringe with an affixed stop cock. Place a small piece of white paper under the beaker to help in the observation of color changes. Slip the clamp handle into the textbook at a level where the stop cock tip is approximately 1 — 2 cm above the top of the beaker as shown in the photo.
Fill the syringe directly from the NaOH dropper bottle with 9 ml of 0. Allow a few drops of the NaOH solution to drip into the beaker. This fills the tip of the titrator and removes any air bubbles from the tip. LabPaq CK 9. Pour the few drops of NaOH solution from the beaker down a sink or toilet drain, and then flush with lots of water.
Wash the beaker well with soap and water to remove all the NaOH solution. Well rinse the beaker, first with tap water and then with distilled water.
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Dry the beaker thoroughly before further use. Read and record in the data table the initial volume of NaOH solution remaining in the titrator.
Read from the bottom of the meniscus and try to interpolate between calibration lines for as exact a reading as possible. Use a graduated cylinder to measure exactly 5 ml of the vinegar sample and pour it into the beaker. Add 2 drops of phenolphthalein solution to the vinegar sample in the beaker.
Place the beaker with the vinegar sample and phenolphthalein drops under the titrator. Open the stop cock to add only one drop of NaOH at a time to the water sample in the beaker. Gently swirl the sample in the beaker after each drop and observe the color for five seconds.
Continue adding only one drop of NaOH solution at a time until the colorless vinegar changes to pink or burgundy and remains that color for at least 30 seconds. Just prior to reaching the endpoint the solution may turn pink when a drop is added but the color quickly disappears upon swirling or stirring.The chemical provided was an Aqueous Ammonia solution of NH4OH.
When holding up the solution of AgNO3 and NH4OH to a light source for 5 minutes it was observed that no reactions took place despite the information contained in the lab manual.
*The solution changes color once all of the acid has reacted with the base and some of the Observations and Notes The Determination of Acid Content in Vinegar. B iology LabPaq / Published by: Hands-On Labs, Your eyesight is precious and should be protected against chemical spills or splashes as OBSERVATIONS Data.
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