C1.5.1.1 Extraction of Copper from Copper Oxide

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Extraction of Copper from Copper Oxide

In experiment C1.5.1.1, charcoal is the reducing agent to reduce tenorite (CuO) to elementary copper. When heated, the mixture of tenorite and pulverised charcoal produces red copper and carbon dioxide. A saturated calcium hydroxide solution is used to verify the presence of the carbon dioxide.

Components of experiment:

1 608 360 Pestle, 54 mm long
1 666 502 Bunsen burner stand, 450 mm high
1 301 09 Bosshead S
1 666 555 Universal clamp, 0…80 mm
1 667 050 Test tube rack, plastic, for 9 tubes, 18 mm Ø
1 664 043 Test tubes, Fiolax, 16 x 160 mm, set of 10
1 667 254 Rubber stopper, one 7-mm hole, 17…23 mm diam.
1 665 004 Funnel, Boro 3.3, 80 mm diam.
1 609 082 Folded filter 125mmØ Typ: 595
1 667 027 Tweezers, blunt, 130 mm
1 665 231 Angled tube, 90°, 250/50 mm, 8 mm Ø
2 664 101 Beaker, DURAN, 100 ml, squat
1 666 962 Double-ended spatula, stainless steel, 150 mm
1 656 017 Teclu burner, universal
1 666 729 Safety gas hose, 1 m
1 666 683 Tripod, 26 cm x 14 cm diam.
1 666 685 Wire gauze, 160 mm x 160 mm
1 666 8471 Magnetic stirrer with hotplate
1 ADAHCB602H Precision Balance, 600 g /0,01g, with USB interface
1 672 9500 Copper(II) oxide, powder, 50 g
1 672 2490 Charcoal, small pieces, 500 g
1 672 1010 Glass wool, 100 g
1 671 2900 Calcium hydroxide, 50 g
1 675 3400 Water, pure, 1 l

Experiment instructions please click here

 

Additional information

Weight 18 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 36 × 24 in
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