Reaction of copper and sulphur

Article no. P7151300 | Type: Experiments

10 Minutes
10 Minutes
grades 7-10 , grades 10-13

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Student set General Chemistry, TESS advanced Chemistry

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An important concept in chemistry classes is the chemical reaction or the chemical process. A chemical process occurs when the starting materials forms new substances with different properties. Chemical processes coupled with energy conversions are called a chemical reactions.  In this experiment students study the behavior of copper in sulfur vapor, a piece of sulfur is heated and a picece of copper is held in the vapor in a test tube. The copper and sulfur combine to a new substance, which can be recognized from the change in color, density and other properties.



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