Virtual Lab: Exploring Oxidation-Reduction Reactions, assignment help

Question Description

You must have Java downloaded onto your computer in order to open the lab. The lab is in the link below:

All my answers have to be in a lab format. An example of one you can use is in the link below:

The lab format has to have: the Question, hypothesis, procedure, results(which is tables/charts only), and an analysis and conclusion. You can see this in the lab format link i gave you.

In the Lab under the "Problem Description Tab" there's a Part 1 and Part 2 that have to be completed in complete sentences.

Final Answer

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Experiment: Exploring Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

The aim of this experiment is to have a detailed knowledge of how chemicals react on oxidation
and on reduction. Oxidation occurs when an atom, a molecule or an in losses electrons from its
chemical composition. Reduction occurs when an atom, a molecule or an ion gains electrons in
its chemical composition.
It wasn’t until the 17th century when a solution to the Oxidation and the Reduction
chemical reactions were found. Not only being found but also the scientific understanding of the
reaction was brought on board. The term metallurgy is essential in the chemistry world in the
contest of metallic formation. Apart from Gold and Silver, all other metals do not exist in the
metallic form but rather extracted from their respective ore forms. This means that they are
reduced to a smaller amount of real metals and pure metals from the initial ore.
The metals have got a certain valency of electrons that gives them the potential to
combine with other substances and elements to form a compound. Oxygen and water are known
to be the most popular reagents that combine with metals to form new substances called
compounds. A process of combining metals with oxygen is called oxidation while the process of
removing oxygen from metallic compou...

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