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Section A of the Leaving Certificate Chemistry paper has 3 experiment questions based on the mandatory experiments related to the course. There are approximately 35 experiments in total in this course. It may prove difficult to remember these experiments from textbooks and notes. They say visual experimentation is more memorable than theory and written descriptions. We here at Studyclix have devised a Leaving Cert chemistry playlist to help you in your studies!


28 Leaving Cert Chemistry Experiments

Experiment 1: To Carry out Flame Tests with Salts of Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Barium, Strontium and Copper:


Experiment 2: To Test for the Presence of Anions in Aqueous Solution

You will be testing for Chloride ions (Halide salt), Sulfate & Sulfite ions, Carbonate & Hydrogencarbonate ions, Nitrate ions and Phosphate ions.

2.1 Test for All Anions:

2.2 Test for the Presence of Chloride Ions in Aqueous Solution:

2.3 Test for the Presence of Sulfate & Sulfite Ions in Aqueous Solution:

2.4 Test for the Presence of Carbonate Ions in Aqueous Solution:

2.5 Test for the Presence of Nitrate Ions (Brown Ring Test):


Experiment 3: To Measure the Relative Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid.


Experiment 4: To Prepare a Standard Solution of Sodium Carbonate


Experiment 5: To Use a Standard Solution of Sodium Carbonate Solution to Standardise a Hydrochloric Acid Solution


Experiment 6: To Make Up an Approximate 0.1M Solution of Sodium Hydroxide by Standardising it with a Standard Solution of Hydrochloric acid and hence Prepare a Sample of Sodium Chloride


Titration to Standardise NaOH Solution: 

 

Neutralisation of NaOH & HCL to make NaCl: 


Experiment 8: To Determine the Concentration of Ethanoic Acid in Vinegar

Calculations:

Experiment 8: To Determine the Amount of Water of Crystallisation in Hydrated Sodium Carbonate

 


Experiment 9: To Standardise Ammonium Iron (II) Sulfate by Titration against Potassium Permangenate

Caluclations:

Experiment 10: To Determine the Amount of Iron in an Iron Tablet


Experiment 11: To Prepare a Solution of Sodium Thiosulfate and to Standardise it by Titration against a Solution of Iodine


Experiment 12: To Determine the Percentage of Sodium Hypochlorite in Commercial Bleach


Experiment 13: To Determine the Rate of Production of Oxygen from Hydrogen Peroxide


Experiment 14: To Study the Effect of Concentration and Temperature on the Rate of Reaction between Sodium Thiosulfate and Hydrochloric Acid


Experiment 15: To Determine the Total Hardness in a Water Sample Using Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid (EDTA Titration)


Experiment 16: To Determine the Total Suspended Solids (in p.p.m.) in a Water Sample via Filtration

 

 


Experiment 17: To Determine the Total Dissolved Solids (in p.p.m.) in a Water Sample via Evaporation


Experiment 18: The Winkler Method: To Determine the Amount of Dissolved Oxygen in a Water Sample


Experiment 19: To Measure the Amount of Free Chlorine in Swimming Pool Water Using a Comparator


Organic Chemistry Experiments

Experiment 20: To Prepare Ethene & Examine its Properties


Experiment 21: To Prepare Ethyne & Examine its Properties


Experiment 22: To Extract Eugenol (Clove Oil) from Cloves via Steam Distillation


Experiment 23: To Isolate Eugenol from an Emulsion of Clove Oil and Water by Liquid-Liquid Extraction Using Cyclohexane


Experiment 24: To Prepare a Sample of Soap. (Saponification Reaction)


Experiment 25: To Study the Reactions of Ethanol with (i) Acidified Potassium Permanganate Solution, (ii) Fehling's Reagent and (iii) Ammoniacal Silver Nitrate


Experiment 26: To Study the Reactions of Ethanoic Acid with (i) Sodium Carbonate, (ii) Magnesium and (iii) Ethanol


Experiment 27: To Recrystallize a Sample of Benzoic Acid


Experiment 28: To Separate the Components of Ink Using Paper Chromatography


Khan Academy Organic Chemistry Lessons


All of us here at Studyclix hope that these help you in your Chemistry studies! If you have any other suggestions for good videos, please let us know. :)


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