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Chemistry: Copper Circle Project

Sheldon High School Chemistry Project By: David Vu 10/22/2012
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on 25 October 2012

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Transcript of Chemistry: Copper Circle Project

REACTION 1 REACTION 2 REACTION 3 Copper Circle Project Word Equation: Word Equation:



Balanced Chemical Equation: REACTION 4 REACTION 5 Cu 29 Copper 63.546 A COPPER BALL!!! Balanced Chemical Equation: Word Equation: Balanced Chemical Equation: Word Equation: Balanced Chemical Equation: Word Equation: Balanced Chemical Equation: Evidence!!! Type of Reaction: Type of Reaction: Evidence!!! Evidence!!! Type of Reaction: Evidence!!! Type of Reaction: Type of Reaction: Evidence!!! Copper and Nitric acid reacts to form
Cupric nitrate, Water, and Nitrogen dioxide Cupric nitrate plus Sodium hydroxide forms a solid Cupric hydroxide and Aqueous Sodium nitrate Cupric hydroxide when Heated produces Cupric oxide and Water Cupric oxide plus Sulfuric acid forms Cupric sulfate and Water Zinc and Cupric sulfate produces Zinc sulfate and Copper metal Cu + 4HNO Cu(NO) +2HO +2NO (s) (aq) 3 3 (aq) (l) 2 2 Temperature Change
slightly warm Formation of a gas (g) Color Change Decomposition Single Replacement Cu(NO) + 2NaOH Cu(OH) +2NaNO 3 2 2 3 (aq) (aq) (aq) (s) Double Replacement Precipitant of a solid Color Change
(Cloudy) look Cu(OH) CuO + H O 2 2 (s) (s) (l) Decomposition!!!!!! Color Change
Blackish Color Further formation of a solid
precipitant Water molecule layer Color Change Water solution formed
Copper sulfate solution formed Double Replacement! CuO + H SO CuSO + H O (s) (aq) (aq) (l) 2 4 4 2 Side Reaction Formation of a Gas Solid Precipitant of Copper Color Change Heat Produced Single Replacement!!! Thank You! Zn + CuSO ZnSO + Cu (s) 4 (aq) 4 (aq) (s) Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing 2 Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing + + + Cu H O O O N H H H O O N N N O O O O O O O Cu N N O O O O O O O O O O O O N N H H H H Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing + + Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing + Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing + + Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing Submicroscopic Drawing + + Cu Cu Cu Cu Cu Cu Cu Cu N N N N Na Na Na Na Zn Zn O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O H H H H H H H H H H H H S S S S Copper Nitric Acid Cupric Nitrate Water Nitrogen Dioxide Cupric nitrate Sodium hydroxide Cupric hydroxide Sodium nitrate Cupric hydroxide Cupric oxide Water Cupric oxide Sulfuric Acid Cupric sulfate Water Zinc Cupric sulfate Zinc sulfate Copper
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