In this lab, we tested pouring BTB in an acid and a base. We also made a neutralization by mixing a base with an acid.
NaOH, HCl, beaker, funnel, filter, activated carbon and BTB.
I think NaOH become blue and that HCI becomes orange. I think it will be salt water when it becomes neutral.
First we went and fetched all the things we would use, and sat back. We poured into NaOH in a beaker and HCl in another. Then we took two drops of BTB and poured into each and mixed about. After we recorded some of our hypotheses sued. After that began the difficult part. We took the basic solution and poured into the acid. After that we would get it neutral. When it was neutral, it would turn into green color and it took some time. We tried for a few minutes before you came around and mixed thoroughly into the beaker and thus became the green. Then we went up to you and got activated carbon in a funnel that we would trickle into the neutral genomic solution by. It took a few minutes and after that, we were ready. You could then drink it left over, then salt water. Then we were ready, cleaned up and went.
My hypothesis was correct. The result of the mixture and screening was also as I imagined salt water.
This is the result of neutralization we did that then became saltwater.based on 1 rating Neutralization,