Barium chloride plus silver nitrate equals silver chloride and barium nitrate
Every step in this experiment has reasons behind its application. One determines the masses of the crucible and barium chloride hydrate for obvious data collection and calculation purposed. The heating of the sample slowly for 10 minutes is done to remove the water from the sample. A constant mass for the sample must be obtained so therefore it must be done slowly because if not you may loose mass from the sample. At the point where the crystalline solid changes to a powdery solid the sample must cool and then have the mass taken of it. This process to repeated to obtain a constant mass. W…
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