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How to Smell The Chemical Substance??

Smell The Chemical Substance

Proper way to smell a chemical is to waft your hand above the container towards your face. Never smell or sniff a chemical straight on with your nose... hazardous chemicals can burn your nose and lungs. So just waft the air up towards your face to smell a chemical.


Test-tubes should be held about 30 cm from the face, level with the nose but pointing away. The vapour can then be gently wafted towards the nose with the other hand. Alternatively, a deep breath can be taken and then attempts made to smell the gas. Only a little gas is inhaled but the smell can be detected.

How to Filter The Solution???

The Equipment that is Needed to Filter The Chemical Substance

Filter Paper

Filter The Chemical Substance

Practiciant must choose the kinds of filter paper that is similar to the size of sediment that will be filtered Filter paper is folded so we can get two areas that are similar in size and practiciant fold again until get gadruple area After that , practiciant must cut the under part of paper to give inspiration of air so, the filter proccess can be occurred fastly

. Filtering Filtering is used to separate small solid particles from a liquid Example: Separating dirt from water by filtering The dirty water is poured through a piece of filter paper. Water particles pass through the tiny holes in the filter paper. The particles of dirt, which are larger than the particles of water, get stuck in the holes and do not get through. When the process is finished the dirt is trapped in the filter paper and the clear water has dripped through into the beaker below.

Any liquid that has been filtered is known as a filtrate Using filter paper to remove dirt from water

Email this pagePrint this page Filter Paper Go back to: Laboratory Supplies Quantity in Basket: none Product Code: 1301 Price: $0.00 Shipping Weight: 0.30 pounds Size: 9.0 cm 11.0 cm Quantity: Pure white, smooth-finish paper, uniform in texture. High retentivity for filtering operations other than gravimetric analysis. Most widely used for general laboratory filtration and qualitative analysis. 100 circles of filter paper. Diameter 9.0 cm - $4.40 Diameter 11.0 cm - $6.80

Filtration can remove suspended material from water as long as the pores in the filter paper are smaller than the particles of the suspended substance. Filtration is done by passing a mixture through a filter. The residue is the substance that remains on the filter paper. The filtrate is the substance that flows through the filter paper. Check out these sites to learn more about the various types of filtration! site one site two

Folding Filter Paper A technique for folding filter paper for a simple gravity filtration is demonstrated. Discussion This simple technique is usually appropriate when filtering at room temperature. In a hot filtration, another folding method, fluting is recommended. It is important to use the correct size filter paper. Properly sized filter paper should stop just below the rim of the glass funnel. As a guide, use filter paper whose diameter is about 1 cm less than twice the diameter of the funnel, for example a six-centimeter diameter funnel uses a filter paper of elevencentimeter diameter.

Narrative Simple or regular folding is done by first folding in half, then in quarters, then tear a small corner off one quarter, and open the paper this way. The tear allows air contact between the paper and the funnel.

General Description: Wafting is a way of "smelling" a chemical in the laboratory. Because the fumes could be hazardous wafting is a way of smelling the chemical while preventing accidents. It ensures that you don't inhale "pure" vapors. Method: Instead of placing your face directly over the chemical, stand at an angle, about six inches away from the chemical. Then while continuing to breathe normally, with numerous swooping motions of the hand, bring the odor of the chemical toward your face. By using this method of smelling chemicals you should reduce the risk of it burning your nose and face.