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The result would be the hexahydrated compound. The hexahydrated material formed in this way is reported to consist of dull, white, highly fractured crystals. Knowing these facts, you can visually determine which of the two forms of Epsom Salt is the major constituent in your starting material. Experiment 3 n Cost of a Chemical Product 25 3-2. You have been told that heating Epsom Salt yields a product that can be used as a drying agent. Your task is to determine what is being driven off during the heating process.

The result would be the hexahydrated compound. The hexahydrated material formed in this way is reported to consist of dull, white, highly fractured crystals. Knowing these facts, you can visually determine which of the two forms of Epsom Salt is the major constituent in your starting material. Experiment 3 n Cost of a Chemical Product 25 3-2. You have been told that heating Epsom Salt yields a product that can be used as a drying agent. Your task is to determine what is being driven off during the heating process.

Instructor . . . . . . . . ................................................................................ E X P E R I M E N T 3 : C O S T O F A C H E M I C A L P R O D U C T Prelab Exercises 1. What is the purpose of this experiment? 2. How many waters of hydration are present in Epsom Salt? 3. Give the chemical formula for Epsom Salt. 4. In your own words, describe the following: heptahydrate taring a balance adjusting the air vent on a burner 31 32 Experiments in General Chemistry: Inquiry and Skill Building n Williamson/Peck 5.

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