chemical reaction of caustic soda with alcohol and Betadine
In this experiment, we want to observe the chemical reaction of the caustic soda flakes, with alcohol and the Betadine solution.
Caustic Soda, known as Sodium Hydroxide and with NaOH Formula, is an alkaline substance.
It should be noted that the use of caustic soda in many industries is very common and one of the uses of Caustic Soda is as an oil removal.
And other applications can be referred to as neutralizing.
Because caustic soda is alkaline and neutralizes acidic environments and substance.[aparat id=”89yd6″ width=”600″]
Materials required for chemical reaction experiment
- Some solid sodium hydroxide (caustic soda flakes)
- Alcohol white
- Beaker or Becher
- And a spoon to mix
Be careful when using caustic soda so that your hand is not directly in touch, because caustic soda Cause burning and itchy skin.
Description of experiment chemical reaction between caustic soda with alcohol and Betadine
First, pour some alcohol into the container and add some iodine.
After adding iodine, you will see that the solution turns yellow.
Then add some caustic soda flakes with the spoon and mix them up.
Test result of caustic soda chemical reaction
After adding the caustic soda flakes to the alcohol and Betadine solution, you will find that the color of the mixture is taken into a colorless solution.
The other point is after mixing the caustic soda to the mixture, no matter how much iodine is added again, the solution does not color and remains colorless.
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