Measuring the rate of a reaction by collecting gas - marble chips and hydrochloric acid for advanced chemistry konoz konozio/primrosekitten is an awesome way for you to follow a course. Surface area and therefore has the fastest reaction rate in the reaction between calcium carbonate and dilute hydrochloric acid, calcium carbonate may be used in the form of marble chips hcl + calcium carbonate calcium chloride + carbon dioxide + water. Best answer: marble is basically calcium carbonate, caco3 and it reacts with hydrochloric acid (or any other acid, doesn't really matter) to form co2 and ca salt: caco3 + 2 hcl - co2 + h2o + cacl2 the carbon dioxide bubbles away and this will give rise to a mass change (apart from the other reactions. The chemical process of interest here is the reaction between an acid solution and marble chips this reaction is of significant interest to preservationists because of the well-documented erosive effect of acid rain on marble statues.
I will add calcium carbonate (marble chips) to hydrochloric acid when calcium carbonate is added to hydrochloric acid a reaction takes place the solution fizzes and gives off the gas carbon dioxide. Hiya does anyone know what the chemical equation is for hydrochloric acid and marble chips it would be a big help taking a break or withdrawing from your course postgraduate postgraduate master’s loan hiya does anyone know what the chemical equation is for hydrochloric acid and marble chips it would be a big help 0 reply. The reaction between marble chips and hydrochloric acid aim to determine how change in surface area of reactant affects the rate of reaction calcium carbonate and hydrochloric acid will be used caco3 (s) + 2hcl (aq) cacl2 (aq) + h2o(l) + co2(g.
‡marble chips and the carbonates are stored in the general chemical storage cabinets hydrochloric acid is stored in the cabinet under the hood on the right. Sample text: therefore, it is determined that the larger the surface area of the marble chips are, the quicker the reaction happens between the hydrochloric acid is. Marble chips (calcium carbonate) were added to hydrochloric acid in a conical flask the mass and size of marble chips, and the concentration and volume of hydrochloric acid used, were the same for both. On a simple level the experiment works well, and makes an unusual alternative to hydrochloric acid and marble chips all the practical work can easily be completed in a one-hour session, and graphs could be plotted of the results.
A student investigated the rate of reaction between marble chips and hydrochloric acid (hcl) figure 9 shows the apparatus the student used figure 9 0 9 1 complete and balance the equation for the reaction between marble chips and hydrochloric acid gcse chemistry. You repeat the experiment with different concentrations of hydrochloric acid to see its effect on the rate-speed of the reaction between hydrochloric acid and limestone/marble chips-powder. 2measure the quantity of hydrochloric acid and marble chips to the decided amount add water to the acid to change the concentration to what you need 3take note of the amount of water in the measuring cylinder.
Chemistry 14 rate of reaction: marble chips and hydrochloric acid read when marble chips (calcium carbonate) react with an acid they produce amongst other things carbon dioxide gas the rate at which the carbon dioxide is produced provides a way of measuring the rate add the marble chips to the acid. Rates of reactions by steve hacker 21 december 2015 one typical reaction to explore at secondary level is the rate of the reaction between magnesium ribbon and hydrochloric acid the instructions on a worksheet may state ‘time how long it takes for the magnesium to disappear’ (this can be linked to the marble chips and acid. An experiment to investigate the rate of reaction between marble chips and hydrochloric acid analysis from my graph i can see that as the concentration of hydrochloric acid increased as did the rate of reaction.
2 sam is investigating the reaction between marble chips and dilute hydrochloric acid the marble chips she uses has a mass of 50 g she also uses 50 cm 3 of dilute hydrochloric acid in the experiment the temperature of the acid is 20 o c look at the diagram. What are the possible systematic errors and random errors that could affect the results when all other factors that could affect the rate of reaction are kept constant except for the concentration.
Most marble is composed of calcite, caco3, a mineral that reacts with cold, dilute, hydrochloric acid a positive reaction during the acid test on this slab of rock helps to identify it as being. In the reaction between calcium carbonate (marble chips) and hydrochloric acid we can use the apparatus below to find the rate of reaction marble chips and acid are placed in the flask but separated by a piece of card - preventing the reaction from proceeding. The purpose of this experiment is to discover the reaction rate in which acid rain weathers marble statues, or in our case, marble chips the different concentrations of diluted water mixed with hydrochloric acid the mass of the marble chips in each test tube to ensure it is a fair test the.