Copper Chloride Experiment
By: Chase W. Connor G. and Carter B.
Collect and wash the copper produced in the reaction.
A. Set up a funnel for filtration in the ring stand
B. Place a piece of filter paper into the funnel
C. Pour the copper onto the filtration paper
D. Use water if the copper won't leave the beaker
E. Wash the copper in the paper twice more with water
.28 g H2O/.18 g H2O (100) = 155% percent yield for H2O
.18 g - .28 g/.18 g (100) = 55% percent error for H2O