COMMON ION EFFECT Place approximately 5 mL of saturated NaCl(aq) into each of 4 test tubes

COMMON ION EFFECT Place approximately 5 mL of saturated NaCl(aq) into each of 4 test tubes. NaCl (aq) can be dispensed from the burette labelled NaCl. If necessary, add NaCl to the burette from the beaker labelled NaCl. From the burette, dispense about 2.5 mL of distilled water into each of the two empty test tubes. Add several scoops of NaC2H3O2 to one of the test tubes containing water. Stopper and shake. Continue to add NaC2H3O2, stopper, and shake until a saturated solution is achieved (some NaC2H3O2 does not dissolve). To the last test tube (containing 2.5 mL distilled H2O), add several scoops of AgNO3. Stopper and shake. Continue to add AgNO3, stopper, and shake until a saturated solution is achieved. 5.Add some of the liquid from the saturated NaC2H3O2 solution to a test tube A containing NaCl(aq). Be careful not to add any solid NaC2H3O2. Record your observations. 6.Add some of the liquid from the saturated AgNO3 solution to a test tube B containing NaCl(aq). Be careful not to add any solid AgNO3. Record observations. Add a few crystals of NaC2H3O2 to a test tube C containing NaCl(aq). Record observations. Add a few drops of conc. HCl solution to a test tube D containing NaCl(aq). Record observations. Dump all solutions in the waste container. Wash all glassware with soap and water. Rinse well. Reactant A Reactant B Observation after mixing Le Châtelier’s Principle 5 mL NaCl 5 mL NaCl . 5 mL NaCl 5 mL NaCl

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