Acid You can throw a flask of acid as a splash weapon. Treat this attack as a ranged touch attack with a range increment of 10 feet. A direct hit deals 1d6 points of acid damage. Every creature within 5 feet of the point where the acid hits takes 1 point of acid damage from the splash.
Illustrate variety of substances of which an element can be part: Conservation of mass and of moles: We should recover as much copper as we started with.
Same amount of copper present at every stage: Experience in standard chemical techniques: Actually, the nitrate ion oxidizes the copper metal to copper II ion while itself being transformed to NO2 gas in the process; the copper II ion then binds to six water molecules. As a result, hydroxide ion can displace water from the copper II ion, yielding copper hydroxide, Cu OH 2, a blue precipitate.
We have seen this reaction before in the copper Copper lab lab. The pieces of wire are closer to 0. Use about ml of concentrated HNO3 solution. Be careful with the nitric acid: If some copper remains undissolved by the time the production of gas is finished, then put the beaker on the hot plates in the hoods to hasten the reaction.
It is important to carry out this step in the fume hood because the brown NO2 gas is an irritant. Keep the mixtures in the hood until after you add the 10 ml of distilled water after completely dissolving the copper. Add the NaOH solution dropwise to the copper solution.
After a blue precipitate is formed, periodically test the acidity of the solution by dipping your stirring rod into the solution and touching it to red litmus paper. Try not to transfer the blue precipitate onto the litmus paper: The solution starts out acidic because of excess nitric acid from the previous step, so the first OH- added goes into neutralizing the acid; once the acid is neutralized, the next OH- added goes to forming the blue Cu OH 2 precipitate.
Only after that is finished does added OH- hang around idle, and only at that time will it turn red litmus paper blue. We want to make sure all the copper present is turned to Cu OH 2, so we add OH- until the solution turns the litmus paper blue.
Transform Cu OH 2 s to CuO s Add water to the reaction mixture obtained in the previous step, and add one or two boiling stones as well.
Heat the contents of the beaker, but do not boil. Boiling makes the black CuO so fine that the filtration step is excessively long. Filter and wash the CuO as described in the procedure part C. Keep the solid on the filter paper, and discard the filtrate. Sulfuric acid solution is corrosive and will sting skin with which it comes into contact.
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