Properties of Ionic and Molecular Substances Lab

Procedure  Examine the following chemicals at their various stations: NaCl        Ethanol                  CuSO4           NH4NO3                  Kerosene       Sulfur      CaSO4 Ca(NO3)2  Sucrose                  Unknown      O2                          K3Fe(CN)6 Record your observations in a table with the following headings: Name, Formula, Ionic or Molecular, State at RT, Solubility, Colour of Solution, Conductivity of Solution, Melting Point, Boiling Point Analysis Questions Make a…

Periodic Table Families: Properties & Uses

Metalloids: Are the least common type of elements, their properties are a mix of nonmetal and metal properties. The metalloids are hybrid elements. Perhaps the most important characteristic of metalloids is that they partially conduct electricity for semi-conductors. Nonmetals: Are opposites of metals, that’s why they are called nonmetals (not metals). They are not malleable…

Honey & Antibiotic Properties: Manuka & Ulmo

Historically, honey has been used by humans to treat a variety of ailments through topical application, but only recently have the antiseptic and antibacterial properties of honey been chemically explained. Hydrogen peroxide is formed in a slow-release manner by the enzyme glucose oxidase present in honey. It becomes active only when honey is diluted, requires…

DDT: Properties, Uses, WHMIS

Common Names: Anofex, Cesarex, Chlorophenothane, Dedelo, p, p’-DDT, Dinocide, Didimac, Digmar, ENT 1506, Genitox, Guesapon, Guesarol, Gexarex, Gyron, Hildit, Ixodex, Kopsol, Neocid, OMS 16, Micro DDT 75, Pentachlorin, Rukseam, R50 and Zerdane. Physical Properties of DDT – Created by the reaction of trichloroethanol with chlorobenzene – Stable, Nonflammable, Combustible molecule – Able to perform substitution…