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Video 1 - Coppersulfate Precipitation Reaction 1

  • Title: Video 1 - Coppersulfate Precipitation Reaction 1
  • Source: Paul's Lab (NL)
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  • Description: Drops of a coppersulfate solution are dropped in a red prussiate solution and these two chemicals react, forming a precipitation. This precipitation falls to the bottom as brown 'sludge'. Coppersulfate that is left on the surface still reacts and forms offshoots that float on the surface until they are to heavy and drop to the bottom.

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Video 2 - Coppersulfate Precipitation Reaction 2

  • Title: Video 2 - Coppersulfate Precipitation Reaction 2
  • Source: Paul's Lab (NL)
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  • Description: Drops of a red prussiate solution are dropped in a coppersulfate solution and these two chemicals react, forming a precipitation. This precipitation falls to the bottom as brown 'sludge'. Coppersulfate that is left on the surface still reacts and forms offshoots that float on the surface until they are to heavy and drop to the bottom.

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Video 3 - Dissolving Aluminium

  • Title: Video 3 - Dissolving Aluminium
  • Source: Paul's Lab (NL)
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  • Description: This video shows a piece of aluminium being dissolved in a copperchloride solution, producing hyrdogen (as the bubbles) and copper (the brown sludge).

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