Published June 1975
by Mcgraw-Hill (Tx) .
Written in English
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Mystery Powder Analysis. Perform multiple experiments using several common powders such as corn starch, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and gelatin. The results of the research on the known powders can then be used to analyze several unknowns using the scientific method. The unknowns can be a single powder or a combination of the known powders. 1. Prepare the following combinations of mystery powders for students who would like a challenge. powders A & B mixed powders A & D mixed powders B & C mixed powders B & D mixed powders C & D mixed powders A, B, & D mixed powders B, C, & D mixed 2. Other powders can be added to increase the challenge. Suggestions are sugar, plaster. EXPERIMENT: Mystery Powders Operating Guide U UNIT 7 CRIME SCENE CHEMISTRY EXPERIENCING CHEMISTRY © OMSI Mystery Powders Procedure: 1. Always wear safety goggles. 2. Rinse the flask, spot plate, and scoop. 3. Choose one of the mystery powders. You are going to identify it. 4. Add one scoop of your powder to the flask. Size: KB. Have a friend or a parent, fill each of the plastic containers with each of the white powders, namely salt, sugar, flour, baking soda and plaster of Paris. They are not to tell you into which of the five vials they have placed the powders. They are Mystery Powders to you! Your task is to identify each one by their properties, physical and chemical.