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Nina Claire R. Bahin Chem 26.

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2019-02309 Pre-lab

EXPERIMENT NO. 2
Solution Preparation

I. OBJECTIVES
a. To be able to do stoichiometric calculations
b. To learn the proper glassware and equipment needed in preparing solutions
c. To be able to prepare solutions from both liquid and solid reagents

II. GLASSWARE, MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT AND REAGENTS


Concentrated HCl NaOH

Volumetric flasks (50 mL and Volumetric pipette (10 mL)


100 mL) Droppers Spatula
Beakers (250 mL)

Analytical balance Top loading balance

III. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF THE PROCEDURE


a. Preparation of 100.0 mL 1.0 M sodium hydroxide solution
Calculate the needed In a 250 mL beaker, weigh the Add enough water and
mass of NaOH for a calculated NaOH pellets using stir until the pellets are
1.0 M solution. the top loading balance. completely dissolved.

Transfer the Use distilled water to wash the Cover and cool the solution.
solution in a 100 mL beaker and add enough water Mix the solution by shaking
volumetric flask. to make a volume of 90 mL. and inversion of the flask.

Transfer the
solution in a plastic
bottle and label it.

b. Preparation of 50.0 mL 3.0 M hydrochloric acid solution

Calculate the needed In a 50 mL volumetric flask containing Add enough distilled


volume of HCl for a 10 mL distilled water, pipette out the water to make a
3.0 M solution. calculated volume of HCl volume of 40 mL.

Swirl to mix. Cover Mix the solution by Transfer in a


the flask and cool shaking and inversion reagent bottle
it if necessary. of the flask. and label it.
IV. DIAGRAM/S OF SPECIAL SETUP/S
N/A

V. WASTE DISPOSAL
N/A

VI. CALCULATIONS
a. Preparation of 100.0 mL 1.0 M sodium hydroxide solution

b. Preparation of 50.0 mL 3.0 M hydrochloric acid solution