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C1.4.3.1 Hydrogen as a Reducing Agent
C1.4.3.1 Hydrogen as a Reducing Agent
Leybold LD Didactic

C1.4.3.1 Hydrogen as a Reducing Agent

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Hydrogen as a Reducing Agent

In experiment C1.4.3.1, copper oxide is reduced with hydrogen to form elementary copper. Hydrogen is a good reducing agent. Its ability to react applies not only to free oxygen but also to oxygen compounds. The metal is formed in this way when transforming a metal oxide (as in this experiment) with hydrogen.

 

Components of experiment:

1 664 0772 Reaction tube, quartz, 160 x 20 mm Ø
2 667 286 Silicone stopper, one 7-mm hole, 16...21 mm diam.
1 666 988 Combustion boat, not glazed, 80 x 12 mm
1 665 201 Glass tubes, 80 mm x 8 mm diam., set of 10 pieces
1 665 238 Glass nozzle, 90°, 80 x 80 mm, 8 mm Ø
1 666 714 Cartridge burner, DIN type
1 666 724 Wide-flame attachment
1 604 481 Rubber tubing, 1 m x 4 mm diam., DIN 12865
1 667 198 Silicone tubing, 2 mm diam., 1 m
1 666 602 Base rail, 55 cm
2 301 27 Stand rod, 50 cm, 10 mm diam.
3 666 615 Universal bosshead
3 301 09 Bosshead S
2 666 555 Universal clamp, 0...80 mm
1 ADANBL124E Analytical balance 120 g; 0,0001g, with USB interface
1 664 800 Gas scrubber bottle, lower section, 200 ml
1 664 806 Glass tube insert with filter, ST 29/32
1 604 5672 Double microspatula, steel, 150 mm
1 666 4796 HydroStik PRO
1 666 4797 Regulating valve
1 666 4798 HydroFill PRO
1 672 9500 Copper(II) oxide, powder, 50 g
1 671 8410 Iron wool, 200 g
1 674 7860 Sulfuric acid, 95-98 %, 500 ml

 

Experiment instructions please click here