- 2 Measuring cylinders
- Conical flask
- Paper with cross marked on it
- Sodium Thiosulphate solution
I am going to measure how changing the concentration of Sodium
Thiosulphate affects the reaction time between it and hydrochloric
Beaker with Sodium Thiosulphate
Beaker with water
Beaker with Hydrochloric Acid
Two measuring cylinders
I hope to be able to take a minimum of 3 sets of readings.
The reaction that will be used is:Sodium Thiosulphate + Hydrochloric AcidThe experiment being carried out is changing the temperature (while everything else remains constant).
It gives us clear conclusive
evidence that as the concentration of water increases, it takes longer
for the Hydrochloric Acid to collide with the Sodium Thiosulpahte.