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Laboratory Notes Non Metals Arranged for the Use of Students in General Chemi

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Laboratory Notes Non Metals Arranged for the Use of Students in General Chemi
Smith Edgar Fahs
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The relative volumes, with which O and H unite to form water, are determined either by analysis or synthesis. The former has been per- formed in electrolyzing water. 3. Fill a eudiometer (Fig. So) with water. Through a rubber tube admit about 50 cc. Of O and then a like volume of H. (If the eudiometer is not graduated, mark these with rubber bands). Close the open end with your thumb, leaving some air to serve as a cushion beneath it, and pass the spark. Remove the thumb, and pour in enough wat...er to make the levels equal in both limbs. What is the amount of the con- traction ? What is the residual gas ? Test it. (4) Determine the weight of a litre of steam. Con- struct apparatus shown in Fig. 20. The flask a is closed ^^Zr by a cork perforated with two holes ; one is about i cm. Wide, the other about 4 mm. Wide. A short straight piece of glass tubing Ay /y. Passes through the wider hole, while the other receives the bent tube b. C is an iron pot with a perforated lid, through which passes the neck of the flask.

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