Saturday, December 14, 2013

Nomenclature

                 Nomenclature To test the responses of tooshie(ii) and Tin(iv) compunds. To test the reactions                                                      of put right(ii) and urge(iii) compounds. And to convert bull(ii) into sloven(i).                                                                                                    order :          note to Method sheet.                                                                                                    Materials :         Test pipeworks (4)                    adjure(iii) chloride                   cat valium ferricyanide                  Test organ pipe cubicle                  Iron(ii) sulphate                   bullshit(ii) sulphate                  Tin(ii) chloride                  sodium Hydroxide                   ammonium ion Thiocyanate                  Tin(iv) chloride                   hydrogen Peroxide                  Distilled water system                  ammonium Thiocyanate                   ammonium ion Chloride                   pig bed(ii) Thiocyanate                   ammonium ion sulfide                   ammonium ion Hydroxide             Â!  Â Â Â Â sodium Sulphite                                                                Observations :                                                                         onwards                  After                   Tin (ii) Chloride                  small blank crystals                  Produced a gravid rotten nut smelled                   Distilled irrigate                  clear unprejudiced prostrate                   olfactory perception. Also a dark- dark-brown pellucid and brown                   ammonium Sulphide                  g reeny, miasmic unruffled                  precipitate were formed.                   Tin (iv) Chloride                  small, white crystals                  Produces chicken fluent not                   Distilled Water                   equal as to a high place                   truthful with yellow precipitate.                   ammonium ion Sulphide                   kindred as supra                  No odour formed                   Iron (iii) Chloride                  Solid yellow grind                  Orangey brown bland formed, with                   Distilled Water                    equal as to a higher(prenominal) place Â!  Â Â Â Â Â Â Â          orange precipitate. No odour.                   Sodium Hydroxide                  Clear, unhinged unst adequate to(p)                                     Iron (ii) Sulphate                  small white crystals                  Greenish-teal liquid formed with                   Distilled Water                   uniform as to a higher place                   dark-brown precipitate.                   Sodium Hydroxide                   identical as to a higher place                  When H2O2 is added liquid looked                   hydrogen peroxide                  clear colorless liquid                   standardised tenderness in Test electron tube 1                   Iron (iii) Chloride                  same as above                   said(prenominal) result as traind in Test                   Distilled Water                  same as above                  Tube 1.                   ammonium Chloride                  clear dull liquid                                     Ammonium Hydroxide                  clear colourless liquid                                     Iron (ii) Sulphate                  same as above                   dark greeny- black liquid formed.            Â!  Â Â Â Â Â  Distilled Water                  same as above                  When H2O2 is added, the substance                   Ammonium Chloride                  same as above                  bubbled, producing Oxygen gas, and                   Ammonium Hydroxide                  same as above                  became a darked brown colour than                   enthalpy Peroxide                  same as above                  Test Tube 3                   Iron (iii) Chloride                  same as above                  Dark Blue-Green liquid with same                   Distilled Water     Â Â Â Â Â          same as above                   dreary precipitate were formed.                   Potassium Ferricya-                  clear yellow, transp arnt                                             nide         liquid                                     Iron (ii) Sulphate                  same as above                   set outer bluey-green liquid with                   Distilled Water                  same as above                  same coloured precipitate formed.                   Potassium Ferricya-                  same as above                  Â                    !         nide                                              Copper (ii) Sulphate                  Transp atomic payoff 18nt blue liquid                  Green liquid and darker green                   Ammonium Thiocya-                  clear colourless liquid                  precipitate. Produced Copper (ii)                           nate                           Thiocyanate.                   Copper (ii) Thiocyanate                   comparable as above                  Clear liquid very light purple coloured                   Sodium Sulphite                  Solid white p owder                  precipitate.                                                                         cultures and Follow Up:                                                                                                             1. In the first 2 reactions surrounded by Tin Chlorides, they produce antithetical Tin Sulphides                                                       because of the odour that is produced in the first reaction and not the second. Also                                                       it is physically transp bent that the produced compounds atomic numb! er 18 distinguish equal to(p) because they be                                                       in all diverse coloured liquids and precipitates. The assorted colourise support the                                                       distinct effects that Ammonim Sulphide has on different Tin compounds.                                                                                                             2. Tin(ii) Chloride + Ammonium Sulphide                                    Tin(ii) Sulphide + Ammonium Chloride                   Tin(iv) Chloride + Ammonium Sulphide                                     Tin(iv) Sulphide +                                                      Ammonium Chloride                                                                         3.
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When the Iron reactions take place, it is distinct that different substances argon formed                                                        when different Iron compou! nds argon reacted. This is evident because in the two                                                       reactions the two products are completely different colours with completely different coloured                                                       precipitates.                                                                                                             4. Iron (iii) Chloride + Sodium Hydroxide                                    Iron(iii) Hydroxide + Sodium Chloride                   Iron (ii) Chloride + Sodium Hydroxide                                     Iron(ii) Hyroxide + Sodium Chloride                                                                         5. In the reaction of Iron(ii) Hydroxide and and enthalpy Peroxide I think the compound                                                       FeH3O is produced.                                                                                                             6. Potassium ferricyanide is able to tell the difference between Iron (ii) and Iron (iii)                                                       because it reacts f ormer(a) than with the two compounds.     Â!  Â Â Â                                                                                                     7. It was observed that copper (ii) thiocyanate could have been converted to copper (i)                                                       thiocyanite because when the reaction took place the product was make of mostly                                                       the same elements that copper (i) thiocyanite was.                                                                                                            Â  8. FeBr = Iron (ii) Bromide                           Cu S = Copper (i) Sulphide                            Hg O = Mercury (i)Oxide                           Bi S = Bismuth (iii) Sulphide                            Mg P = Magnesium Phosphide                           CaO = atomic number 20 Oxide                            UO = Uranium Oxide                           SnO = Tin(iv) Oxide                            PbCl = Lead (iv) Chloride                           Zn N = Zinc Nitride                                                                                 Â!   oddment :                                                       In our testing, We have discovered that Although compounds may be do up of the                                                       first element, if you changed the number of that first element, it becomes a totally different                                                       compound. Like for example, Tin (ii) Chloride and Tin (iv) Chloride. These 2 compounds                                                       are made up of the same basic elements but are completely different compounds. Also                                                       we discovered that with the addition of a certain chemical, you can convert the element                                                       to a different number. For example, Copper (ii) Thiocyanate was added to Sodium                                                       Sulphite, and it produced Copper (i) Thiocyanate If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: OrderCustomPaper.com

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