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Solubility Lab Report

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Anthonysha Warfield

on 26 November 2013

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Transcript of Solubility Lab Report

Definition of Solubility

The ability of a substance to dissolve; the quality of being soluble.


If I is ionic, then the sample will dissolve quickly.

Goal of Experiment

By Nysha Warfield
11/25/13
P. 7

Solubility

In conclusion, my hypothesis was true. After pouring the Sample into distilled water, the sample took 44.18 seconds to dissolve into the water. This Means that the sample is covalent.

Experiment Conclusion

Experiment Data table

If I pour the sample into 40 mL of distilled water, then it will dissolve slowly, making the sample covalent.

Experiment Hypothesis

Ionic compounds
: Mainly soluble in water, but not in nonpolar liquid.



Background of Property

Clean area and materials from last class
Put on safety wear
Weigh the watchglass (22.17 G)
Add 1.00 g of the sample to the watch glass (23.17 g)
Subtract the weight of the watch glass from the total (1.00 g)
Measure out 40 ml of distilled water into a beaker
Pour the 1.00 g of the sample into the distilled water
Start timer
Use stirring rod to stir until completely dissolved (44.18 s)



small beaker
watchglass
scale
distilled water
stirring rod
timer

Materials

Experiment Procedures

If the sample is covalent, then it will dissolve slowly.
To See whether the sample was covalent or ionic.
Covalent Compounds
: Mainly soluble in nonpolar liquids, but not in water.
A measure of this ability for a particular substance in a particular solvent, equal to the quantity of substance dissolving in a fixed quantity of solvent to form a saturated solution under specified temperature and pressure.
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