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Acid Base reactions, double replacement reactions

Acid Base reactions, double replacement reactions
Acid Base reactions, double replacement reactions
Acid Base reactions, double replacement reactions
Acid Base reactions, double replacement reactions
Acid Base reactions, double replacement reactions
Acid Base reactions, double replacement reactions
Acid Base reactions, double replacement reactions
Acid Base reactions, double replacement reactions
Product Description
Neutralization of a Base with and Acid
Dr. Gerard A. Makin DPM
Clarence Middle School
Advanced 7th grade Science

Name: _____________________________ Date: _______ Course: _____
Rationale
A chemical reaction is two or more chemicals or elements reacting to form a new compound with different physical properties than the original substances. In this experiment, an acid (HCl) and a base (NaOH) will react and create the salt NaCl or table salt. This experiment will also demonstrate conservation of matter by utilizing molarity of the solutions used. In addition, the application of separation of a homogenous solution with evaporation will be explored.
The reaction is as follows: (Double replacement reaction)
HCl + NaOH  YIELDS  NaCl + H2O


Part II
Rationale
Separation of a homogeneous mixture by evaporation
Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
2 days
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