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Relate how different concentration of sodium thiosulphate reacts with various concentration of hydrochloric acid.
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(Sodium thiosulphate reacting with hydrochloric acid)
Aim: To relate how different concentration of sodium thiosulphate reacts with various concentration of hydrochloric acid.
Reaction involved will be: Sodium thiosulphate + Hydrochloric acid
Na2 S2O3 + 2HCI
Prediction: I have strongly predicted that according to the collision theory, higher concentration on sodium thiosulphate and a collision with lower concentration amount of water, the speed of the reaction will definitely increase.
Sodium Chloride + Water + Sulphur Dioxide + Sulphur
I have also decided to keep the concentration of acid constant (5ml) while varying the concentration of sodium thiosulphate (10-50 ml).
2 measuring cylinders
1 conical flask
1 heatproof mat
1 Bunsen burner
1 pair of tongs
1 pair of goggles
Method: Firstly make sure that you have carried out a health and safety check on the equipment and the environment the experiment is being taken. Draw out a table to represent where all the results will be placed after
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