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Microscale Chemistry Experiments: Adaptation to Malaysian National Curriculum School of Chemical Sciences Universiti Sains Malaysia Penang, Malaysia Prepared under UNESCO Contract No: 4500049693 CONTENTS Foreword Preface List of apparatus 6 8 9 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY SCIENTIFIC METHOD A. Investigating the effect of the temperature of water on the solubility of sugar 10 CHAPTER 2 THE STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM A. DIFFUSION OF PARTICLES IN SOLIDS, LIQUIDS AND GASES I. Diffusion of gas
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    Microscale Chemistry Experiments:  Adaptation to Malaysian National Curriculum School of Chemical Sciences Universiti Sains Malaysia Penang, Malaysia Prepared under UNESCO Contract No: 4500049693   2 CONTENTS Foreword 6 Preface 8 List of apparatus 9 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY SCIENTIFIC METHOD A. Investigating the effect of the temperature of water on the solubility of sugar 10 CHAPTER 2 THE STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM A.  DIFFUSION OF PARTICLES IN SOLIDS, LIQUIDS AND GASES   I. Diffusion of gases 12 II. Diffusion of liquids ** 13 III. Diffusion of solids 13 CHAPTER 3 CHEMICAL FORMULAE AND EQUATIONS A  . DETERMINING THE EMPIRICAL FORMULA OF COPPER(II) 15  OXIDE  ** B  . CONSTRUCTING BALANCED CHEMICAL EQUATIONS   I. Heating of copper(II) carbonate ** 18   II. Formation of ammonium chloride 19 III. Precipitation of lead(II) iodide 19 CHAPTER 4 PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTS A  . INVESTIGATING THE CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF GROUP 17  ELEMENTS I. Reactions of halogens with water 21 a)   Chlorine with water **   b)   Bromine with water **  c)   Iodine with water   3 II. Reactions of halogen with iron 23 a)   Chlorine with iron **   b)   Bromine with iron **  c)   Iodine with iron **  III. Reactions of halogens with sodium hydroxide, NaOH solution 25 a)   Chlorine with sodium hydroxide, NaOH solution  b)   Bromine with sodium hydroxide, NaOH solution. c)   Iodine with sodium hydroxide, NaOH solution B  . STUDYING THE PROPERTIES OF OXIDES OF THE ELEMENTS IN  PERIOD 3 I. Reaction of oxides of Period 3 elements with water 29 II. Reaction of oxides of Period 3 elements with 2 M nitric acid and 30 2 M sodium hydroxide solutions CHAPTER 5 CHEMICAL BONDS A  . PREPARATION OF IONIC COMPOUNDS   I. Preparation of magnesium oxide 32 II. Preparation of iron(III) chloride ** 33   B  . COMPARING THE PROPERTIES OF IONIC AND COVALENT COMPOUNDS I. Melting point and boiling point 35 II. Solubility in water and organic solvents 36 III.Electrical conductivity 37 CHAPTER 6 ELECTROCHEMISTRY A  .CLASSIFYING CHEMICALS INTO ELECTROLYTES AND  NON-ELECTROLYTES I. Molten substances 39 II. Aqueous solutions 40 B  . ELECTROLYSIS OF MOLTEN COMPOUNDS 42 C  . INVESTIGATING THE ELECTROLYSIS OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS   I. Electrolysis of sodium hydroxide solution ** 44   II. Electrolysis of copper(II) sulphate solution 45 D  . PURIFICATION OF COPPER 47   4 E  . ELECTROPLATING AN OBJECT WITH COPPER 49 F  .PRODUCTION OF ELECTRICITY FROM CHEMICAL 51   REACTIONS IN A SIMPLE VOLTAIC CELL G  .PRODUCTION OF ELECTRICITY FROM CHEMICAL REACTIONS 53   IN A DANIEL CELL H  . CONSTRUCTING THE ELECTROCHEMICAL SERIES 55  USING THE PRINCIPLE OF DISPLACEMENT OF METALS CHAPTER 7 ACID AND BASES A  . INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF WATER IN SHOWING 57  THE PROPERTIES OF ACIDS B  . STUDYING THE CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF ACIDS I. Reactions of acids with bases 59 II. Reactions of acids with metals 61 III.Reactions of acids with metal carbonates 62 C  . STUDYING THE CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF BASES I. Reactions of bases with acids 64 II. Reactions of bases with ammonium salts 65 III.Reactions of bases with metal ions 65 D  . MEASURING THE pH OF SOLUTIONS USED IN DAILY LIFE ** 67  E  . DETERMINING THE END POINT OF THE TITRATION BETWEEN 69   HYDROCHLORIC ACID, HCl AND SODIUM HYDROXIDE, NaOH SOLUTION USING AN ACID-BASE INDICATOR ** CHAPTER 8 SALTS A.  SOLUBILITY OF NITRATE, SULPHATE, CARBONATE AND 73  CHLORIDE SALTS B  . PREPARATION OF SOLUBLE SALTS BY MIXING ACIDS WITH BASES I. To determine the volume of acid for neutralization 75 II. Preparation of the salt 76 III.Recrystallisation of the salt. 76
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