Laboratory Manual: Arranged to Accompany "A Course in General Chemistry"

Ginn, 1915 - 262 σελίδες

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Σελίδα 80 - Prove the presence of carbon dioxide in the air exhaled from the lungs by blowing through limewater (R). Hold a wide-mouthed bottle above a small flame so that the hot gaseous products of combustion will collect in it ; then quickly add a few cubic centimeters of limewater, cover the mouth of the bottle with the hand, and shake up the contents. What do the results prove? What are the sources of carbon dioxide in the air ? Does the percentage in the air increase ? Why ? e.
Σελίδα 70 - ... having drank a Flask of Florence at a Tavern, and thrown the empty Flask upon the Fire, he call'd for a Bason of Water to wash his Hands, and perceiving that the little Wine left in the Flask had filled up the Flask with Steam, he took the Flask by the Neck and plunged the Mouth of it under the Surface of the Water in the Bason, and the Water of the Bason was immediately driven up into the Flask by the Pressure of the Air.
Σελίδα 95 - Then add the precipitate together with about five times its weight of a mixture of equal parts of sodium carbonate and sulphur, and fuse over a Bunsen burner.
Σελίδα 60 - ... powdered brimstone in a test tube. Cover the mouth of the tube with the thumb and shake the contents gently until the sulfur is dissolved, adding more carbon disulfide if necessary. Pour the clear solution into a small beaker, cover it loosely with a filter paper, and set it aside in the hood.
Σελίδα 83 - Collect another test tube full of the gas, quickly pour into it about 1 cc. of bromine water, close the mouth of the tube with the thumb, and shake it vigorously.
Σελίδα 96 - Phosphorous acid. Pour into a test tube about 0.5 cc. of phosphorus trichloride (hood) and add a little water, a drop at a time. What gas is evolved (R) ? Finally, add about 5 cc. of water, pour the liquid into an evaporatingdish, and evaporate to a sirupy mass. Dilute this with a little water, transfer the solution to a test tube, and add a few drops of a solution of silver nitrate. Boil the resulting mixture. A black precipitate forms. Explain.

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