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1. What would you do if you spilled a tiny amount of hydrochloric acid on your hand? Click here to enter text. 2. Describe a possible danger than can occur if you put food, soda, coffee, pencil erasers, etc. in your mouth in while conducting your chemistry experiments? Click here to enter text. 3. What information is given on a Material Safety Data Sheet? Click here to enter text. 4. List optimum clothing, shoes, jewelry and hair arrangement for your chemistry labs. Click here to enter text. 5. What is the date that your fire extinguisher was last examined? Click here to enter text. 6. How old are the batteries in your smoke detector? Click here to enter text. 7. List the contents from a first aid kit that you could use to treat a minor cut. Click here to enter text. 8. List the contents from a first aid kit that you could use to treat a minor burn. Click here to enter text. Experiment 1: Neutralization of Acids and Bases Table 1: Initial Litmus Test Results Container Chemical Contents Litmus Results Additional Observations A water pink Click here to enter text. B Sodium bicarbornate purple Click here to enter text. C vinger purple Click here to enter text. Table 2: Neutralization Amount of Acid (mL) Litmus Results 1 pink 2 pink 3 purple 4 purple 5 purple Post-Lab Questions: 1. Most of the chemicals included in your Introductory Chemistry Lab kit can be discarded down a drain with copious amounts of water. Describe a situation in which you would need to neutralize (pH 7) a chemical before discarding down a drain. Click here to enter text. 2. Why should one add acid to water rather than add water to acid when preparing solutions? Click here to enter text. 3. At what point was the solution in beaker “B” neutralized? Click here to enter text. 4. Address the following scenarios: if a stronger solution of sodium bicarbonate was used in beaker B, would it require more or less acetic acid to neutralize and why? If a weaker solution of sodium bicarbonate was used in beaker B, would that solution require more or less acetic acid to neutralize it and why? Stronger Solution: Weaker Solution:

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proggerardo
School: Duke University

Attached you will find the answers for the first lab. Please let me know if you need edits or clarification.

1. What would you do if you spilled a tiny amount of hydrochloric acid on your hand?
The hydrochloric acid is corrosive. It will burn my hand.
2. Describe a possible danger than can occur if you put food, soda, coffee, pencil erasers,
etc. in your mouth in while conducting your chemistry experiments?
The main danger is that some volatile compound could be absorbed by the food that I
put in my mouth and I will be intoxicated.
3. What information is given on a Material Safety Data Sheet?
The Material Safety Data Sheet gives us information about the behavior of the
chemicals (if the chemical is toxic, volatile or explosive) that could potentia...

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