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General Chemistry I Laboratory (CHE 131) Lab 7 - Experiment 7 - The Copper Cycle

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DePaul University

General Chemistry I Laboratory (CHE 131)

Ocean Wells
March 4, 2019
CHE 131 -Section 201
The Copper Cycle
Abstract:
The law of conservation of mass states that all matter is conserve, so no matter can be created
nor destroyed. Copper can go through multiple molecular forms, and still return to its
elemental form. Through its various molecular form many changes can be observed, such as
color changes and gas formations. By observing these changes carefully, the type of reactions
taking place can be determined. A specific amount of copper will be transformed in the series
of six reactions, and circle back and be recovered as solid copper.
Procedure:
The procedure carried out followed that given in: CHE 131 Experiment 7, General Chemistry I
Lab, Winter Quarter 2018-2019, DePaul University. [Online] https://www.d2l.depaul.edu
(accessed on March 3, 2019).
 No deviations were made from this procedure.

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