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SQA National 5 Chemistry Chemical apparatus

Chemical apparatus

This page covers the following topics:

1. Thermal experimental tools
2. Storage apparatus
3. Filtration
4. Titrations

Practical work is at the heart of chemistry and it is important we understand why and how we use basic pieces of chemical apparatus.

Thermal experimental tools

Practical work is at the heart of chemistry and it is important we understand why and how we use basic pieces of chemical apparatus.

Storage apparatus

Filtration is used to separate an insoluble solid from a liquid.

Filtration

The volumes of acids and alkali solutions that react with each other can be measured by titration using a suitable indicator.

Titrations

1

A gas less dense than air can be collected by what?

A gas less dense than air can be collected by what?

2

What gas is fed into bunsen burners so that they can light?

What gas is fed into bunsen burners so that they can light?

3

Which of the shown gases can be collected using downwards delivery?

Which of the shown gases can be collected using downwards delivery?

4

What equipment can be used to accurately measure volume of reactant before it is transferred to a conical flask for the titration?

What equipment can be used to accurately measure volume of reactant before it is transferred to a conical flask for the titration?

5

Draw labelled apparatus you would use to filter a precipitate out of its solution.

Draw labelled apparatus you would use to filter a precipitate out of its solution.

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