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INTERPRETING CHEMICAL EQUATION CONSTRUCT CHEMICAL EQUATION A: EFFECT OF HEAT ON COPPER(II)CARBONATE Aim to construct the chemical equation of the

e effect of heat on copper(II) carbonate Materials copper(II) carbonate powder, lime water Apparatus test tube, delivery tube with rubber stopper, tongs, spatula, Bunsen burner

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Procedure 1. Put approximately two spatulas of green (II) carbonate powder into a test tube 2. Clamp the test tube with the tongs and heat the test tube slowly. 3. Allow the gas released to pass through the lime water ObservationObservation Inference

Analysis 1. Name the residue formed after heating ___________________________________________________________________________ 2. What is the gas released in this experiment? ___________________________________________________________________________ 3. What is the reactant and product for this experiment? a) Reactant : _____________________; chemical formula : __________________ b) Product : _________________________ ; chemical formula : ________________ 4. Construct a chemical equation for the reaction to represent the decomposition of copper (II) carbonate by heat. __________________________________________________________________________ 5. Write a chemical equation for the reaction that occurs between the gas in 2 and lime water. ___________________________________________________________________________ Conclusion The chemical equation that can be formed for the effect of heat on copper(II) carbonate is

___________________________________________________________________________ B : REACTION BETWEEN AMMONIA AND HYDROGEN CHLORIDE GAS Aim construct the chemical equation for the reaction between ammonia gas hydrogen chloride gas Materials concentrated hydrochloric acid, concentrated ammonia solution Apparatus glass rod Procedure 1. Dip two glass rod into the bottles containing concentrated hydrochloric acid and concentrated ammonia solution respectively 2. Bring both glass rods close to each other so that the ammonia gas and the hydrogen chloride gas produced mixes with each other Observation Observation Inference

Analysis 1. What is the substance produced in this experiment? ___________________________________________________________________________ 2. What is the reactant and product for this experiment? a) Reactants ; _______________________________ chemical formula __________ b) Products ; ________________________________chemical formula ___________ 3. Construct a chemical equation to represent the reaction between ammonia gas and hydrogen chloride . ___________________________________________________________________________ Conclusion The chemical equation that can be formed from the reaction between ammonia gas and hydrogen chloride gas is

C: PRECIPITATION OF LEAD (II) IODIDE Aim to construct the chemical equation for the precipitation of lead (II) iodide Materials potassium iodide solution, lead (II) nitrate solution Apparatus test tube Procedure 1. Pour approximately 2cm3 of potassium iodide solution into a test tube 2. Pour approximately 2cm3 of lead (II) nitrate into the test tube Observation Observation Inference

Analysis 1. Name the precipitate formed __________________________________________________________________________ 2. Name the solution formed __________________________________________________________________________ 3. What are the reactants and products for this experiment? a) Reactants : ________________________ ; chemical formula : ______________ b) Products : _________________________; chemical formula : ______________ 4. Construct a chemical equation to represent the reaction between potassium iodide . ___________________________________________________________________________ Conclusion The chemical equation that can be formed for the reaction between potassium iodide solution and the lead (II) nitrate solution is ___________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________