S11-08 l GROUP 2 General Chemistry 2
LAJOM, John Froilan Title Proposal
LIRIO, Ady DEADLINE: February 20-24, 2017
LANDICHO, Martin Paolo
ESPIN ILI, Xavier
IGNACIO, Gian Micah
JAURIGUE, John Miro
LIMOS, Hanz

Proposed Title:
Calcium Chloride, you Give my Water a Rush

Explanation:
We based our title on the experiment that we decided to somewhat conduct and research. Calcium Chloride, as the solute needed for the solution to be made, gives water a rush; the water rush up, meaning a boiling point elevation occur while the water rushes down indicating a freezing point depression. It sounds like we compare water having either a good expression, which is elevation, or bad expression, which is depression, whenever sugar combines with it.

Research/Objective:
In this proposed experiment, we decided to have an investigation of the freezing point depression and boiling point elevation when the solute Calcium Chloride (CaCl2) is dissolved in water (H2O). We decided to have this experiment for us to know if the solute, which in our case should be solid, would really need the process to acquire more or less of the temperature in order to reach either the solvent's boiling point or freezing point. We would also want to know if calcium chloride that will be dissolved in water would also make the reaction or the phase of boiling or freezing in a much slower or faster phase. Also, we wanted to know how is this solute going to be able to tweak the molal boiling or freezing constant of the liquid used by means of the computed amount in grams or such of the solute to be added and the solvent where it would be added.


S11-08 l GROUP 2 General Chemistry 2
LAJOM, John Froilan Title Proposal
LIRIO, Ady DEADLINE: February 20-24, 2017
LANDICHO, Martin Paolo
ESPINILI, Xavier
IGNACIO, Gian Micah
JAURIGUE, John Miro
LIMOS, Hanz

Proposed Title:
Soda, Soda, you Give my Water a Rush

Explanation:
We based our title on the experiment that we decided to somewhat conduct and research. caustic soda, as the solute needed for the solution to be made, gives water a rush; the water rush up, meaning a boiling point elevation occur while the water rushes down indicating a freezing point depression. It sounds like we compare water having either a good expression, which is elevation, or bad expression, which is depression, whenever sugar combines with it.

Research/Objective:
In this proposed experiment, we decided to have an investigation of the freezing point depression and boiling point elevation when the solute caustic soda or sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is dissolved in water (H2O). We decided to have this experiment for us to know if the solute, which in our case should be solid, would really need the process to acquire more or less of the temperature in order to reach either the solvent's boiling point or freezing point. We would also want to know if caustic soda or sodium hydroxide that will be dissolved in water would also make the reaction or the phase of boiling or freezing in a much slower or faster phase. Also, we wanted to know how is this solute going to be able to tweak the molal boiling or freezing constant of the liquid used by means of the computed amount in grams or such of the solute to be added and the solvent where it would be added.


S11-08 l GROUP 2 General Chemistry 2
LAJOM, John Froilan Title Proposal
LIRIO, Ady DEADLINE: February 20-24, 2017
LANDICHO, Martin Paolo
ESPINILI, Xavier
IGNACIO, Gian Micah
JAURIGUE, John Miro
LIMOS, Hanz

Proposed Title:
Soda, Soda, you Give my Water a Rush

Explanation:
We based our title on the experiment that we decided to somewhat conduct and research. baking soda, as the solute needed for the solution to be made, gives water a rush; the water rush up, meaning a boiling point elevation occur while the water rushes down indicating a freezing point depression. It sounds like we compare water having either a good expression, which is elevation, or bad expression, which is depression, whenever sugar combines with it.

Research/Objective:
In this proposed experiment, we decided to have an investigation of the freezing point depression and boiling point elevation when the solute baking soda or sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) is dissolved in water (H2O). We decided to have this experiment for us to know if the solute, which in our case should be solid, would really need