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Surface property and hydrogen bonding. Amber Sager. Purpose . To observe an unusual surface property of water that results from hydrogen bonding. materials. shallow dish or Petri dish water paper clip rubber band, approximately 5 cm in diameter micropipets or droppers (2) vegetable oil

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purpose
Purpose
  • To observe an unusual surface property of water that results from hydrogen bonding
materials
materials
  • shallow dish or Petri dish
  • water
  • paper clip
  • rubber band, approximately 5 cm in diameter
  • micropipets or droppers (2)
  • vegetable oil
  • liquid dish detergent
procedure
procedure
  • Thoroughly clean and dry the dish.
  • Fill the dish almost full with water. Dry your hands.
  • Being careful not to break the surface, gently place the paper clip on the water. Observe what happens.
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Repeat Steps 1 and 2.

  • Gently place the open rubber band on the water.
  • Slowly add oil drop by drop onto the water encircled by the rubber band until that water is covered with a layer of oil. Observe for 15 seconds.
  • Allow one drop of dish detergent to fall onto the center of the oil layer. Observe the system for 15 seconds
conclusion
Conclusion
  • While doing this lab I had a few challenges. I couldn’t get the exact ingredients and the paper clip was hard to get to float. When I did get it to float the oil made it sink. The soap made all the oil break up. A source of error was having to replace the Petri dish with a container.
  • The paper clip in step 3 floated. If the paper clip becomes wet I believe it can still float because of the surface tension. The rubber band became an oval because the oil spread it out.
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When the detergent was dropped into the oil it made the oil disperse and leave the rubber band circle.