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Name: Period: Date of Lab: Evidence for Chemical Change in Removing Copper from Solution Objective:

Safety Considerations:

Data: Complete the data table based on the data taken during the lab. Construct an evaluation of each procedure that includes the following information, in the table below. Procedure 1 or "Heating a Wooden Splint" Type of matter Physical description Reactants

Chemical Changes observed:

Physical Changes observed:

Products

Type of matter

Physical description


Type of matter à mixture (heterogeneous or homogenous) or pure substance (element or compound).

If you prefer a more linear (straight) approach use this format instead of the table. You will either choose to use the table format OR you will use this format: Procedure 1 or "Heating a Wooden Splint" ReactantsType of MatterPhysical DescriptionChemical Changes observedPhysical Changes observedProductsType of MatterPhysical Description-

Conclusions: 1. In what ways is heat involved in chemical change? Cite specific procedures from the experiment. •

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2. What are some of the substances that dissolve in water. Which do not? Dissolved (soluble) Not Dissolved (insoluble)

3. What is the color of solutions of copper compounds?

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4. List four types of “general” observations that indicate when a chemical change has occurred. They need not have occurred in this particular lab. XXXXXXXXX

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