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1 Opener Give me instructions to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Use imperatives, or commands, if you can.

2 Procedures and Materials Let’s use what we’re learning

3 Imperatives ex: Shut the door. ●Commands ●Have an implied subject, namely you ●No “I”, “Johnny”, etc…. ●Directs the listener to do something

4 Imperative? Do each if an imperative.... ●Touch your nose with one finger. ●Simon should stand up. ●You may want to rest. ●Pretty please with a cherry on top clap once.

5 Precise and Concise ●Precise: exact, correct, detailed ●Concise: no unnecessary words

6 Precise and Concise? ●Touch your nose with one finger. ●Which finger? How much force? –not very precise ●Simon should stand up. ●You may want to rest. ●Pretty please with a cherry on top clap once. ●Precise but not concise.....clap once....

7 Lab Goal ●Use aluminum nitrate and sodium phosphate to create 1 grams of aluminum phosphate. This reaction will take place in water. ●Determine how much of each reactant you will need and how much product you have at the end (did you really get 1 gram?)

8 How much of each reactant? Goal = 1 gram of aluminum phosphate. Remember: the 2 reactants (liquids) have a double replacement reaction to produce a precipitate (aluminum phospate) in water. Write a balanced equation for this to determine how much of the reactants you need (stoichiometry)....hint: water is not part of the reaction Al(NO 3 ) 3 * 9H 2 O + Na 3 PO 4 *12H 2 O  H 2 O + __ + __

9 Materials and Procedures Directions ●Use bulleted list for materials ●How many grams of each reactant do you need? ●How much water will you add to each reactant? ●How are you going to measure the amount of aluminum phosphate you made? ●Use imperatives for procedure. Balance precision with concision. ●Write the procedure as though you are writing to a peer who has not taken chemistry. (not a 5 year old...think of your audience...

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11 Day 2 Data Collection

12 Goal = Collect 1 gram of aluminum phosphate. Remember: the 2 reactants (liquids) have a double replacement reaction to produce a precipitate (aluminum phospate) in water. Write a balanced equation for this to determine how much of the reactants you need (stoichiometry)....hint: water is not part of the reaction Al(NO 3 ) 3 * 9H 2 O + Na 3 PO 4 *12H 2 O  H 2 O + __ + __

13 Procedure Step-by-step details on how to do the lab! How much of reactants?…measure how?..in what containers?....mix how? Add water?....how much? Separate product?....how?

14 Materials Al(NO 3 ) 3 *9H 2 O H 2 O Na 3 PO 4 *12H 2 O Glassware …specify which pieces you are using

15 Samples of data to collect: Initial mass of each reactant (grams) Final mass of each reactant (grams) Final mass of product (grams) *Percent yield of Aluminum Phosphate (calculate) Temperature, initial (Celsius) Temperature, final (Celsius) Color of reactants..color of products..(observations) Create a data table for your data…..

16 Today: 1.Turn in procedure and materials list 2.Create a data table…label items you can measure, items you calculate, items you observe. 3.Write a purpose for this lab (in a complete sentences….) Data table and purpose due tomorrow

17 Finalize a procedure Day 3


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