# Finish lab/chapter review day

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Agenda
Finish Lab: “Stoichiometry and Gravimetric
Analysis”
In-Class Assignment:
Chapter 9 review, pg. 329-331: #1-8, 13-15, 21a,
24a, 27b, 29b, 31, 34, 37
Homework:
Concept Review
Chapter 9 Test/Concept Review due:
Thursday 10-17/Friday, 10-18
Reminder: Late concept reviews WILL NOT
be accepted!
Finish Lab:
“Stoichiometry and Gravimetric Analysis”
Get your beaker, paper towel, filter paper and
dried precipitate out of the drying oven and
record the total mass (#5).
1.Organizing Data
 Write a balanced equation for the reaction.
Na2CO3 (aq) + SrCl2 (aq) → 2 NaCl (aq) + SrCO3 (s)
Double Displacement
 What is the precipitate?
SrCO3 (strontium carbonate)
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2. Examining Data
Calculate the mass of the dry precipitate
(#6) by subtracting the mass of the filter
paper (#3) and the mass of the beaker with
paper towel (#4) from the total mass of
beaker, paper towel, filter paper, and dried
precipitate (#5).
Record the mass of the dry precipitate in
table. (#6)
Use the molar mass of SrCO3 to calculate
the number of moles of precipitate formed.
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3. Examining Data
 Use the mole ratio from the balanced
equation in question #1 to change
moles SrCO3
moles Na2CO3.
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4. Evaluating Methods
 Calculate the #moles of SrCl2 that were added
if there was 0.30 mol SrCl2 in every liter of
solution.
 Was SrCl2 or Na2CO3 the limiting reactant?
Na2CO3
 Would this experiment have worked if SrCl2
was the limiting reactant?
No, we wouldn’t be able to determine how
much Na2CO3 was in the vat if we had
excess Na2CO3 left over after the
reaction.
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5. Evaluating Methods
 Why was the SrCO3 rinsed in step 11?
To remove any impurities.
 What soluble impurities could have been on
the filter paper along with the precipitate?
NaCl
 How would the results vary if the precipitate
The mass would have been greater due to
the mass of the water.
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6. Applying Conclusions
question #3 and use the molar mass of
Na2CO3 to change
moles Na2CO3
grams Na2CO3
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7. Applying Conclusions
 How many grams of Na2CO3 are present in
the 575 L drum?
 Hint: you just calculated how many grams
of Na2CO3 were in the 15 mL sample. Use
that information as a conversion factor.
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8. Evaluating Methods
 We used a 0.5M solution, which means that
there was 0.795 g Na2CO3 for every 15 mL
(this is the theoretical yield)
actual yield and calculate the percentage
yield:
Actual yield
X 100%
Theoretical Yield
Finish Lab:
“Stoichiometry and Gravimetric Analysis”
What were some sources of error in the lab?
How could you minimize these sources of errors
in future trials?
stoichiometry could be used outside of the lab?
Your reflection statement should be a paragraph
with complete sentences!
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