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The Electrolytes Lab Report

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The Electrolytes

Lab Report

Miss: Ruth Correa

Group: 118



Jesús Enrique Duque


Mabely Alejandra Galván Ramírez


Melissa Castañeda Lara


Samantha Flores Villarreal


Armando Betancourt Delgado 1796580



In this practice we will identify if the liquid we have can be an electrolyte, and we will know that if it has an electric charge.


Electrolytes are minerals in your blood and other body fluids that carry an electric charge.

Electrolytes affect the amount of water in your body, the acidity of your blood (pH), your muscle function, and other important processes. You lose electrolytes when you sweat. You must replace them by drinking fluids that contain electrolytes. Water does not contain electrolytes.

Common electrolytes include:

* Calcium

* Chloride

* Magnesium

* Phosphorous

* Potassium

* Sodium

Electrolytes can be acids, bases, and salts.


* Water

* Serum glucose

* Coca Cola

* Sprite

* Gatorade

* Serum physiologic

* Life oral serum

* Salt

* Electrical circuit

* Aluminum wires with the ends

* Focus

* Napkins



1 - Gets everything

2 - Laboratory personnel did work diluted substances and place everything in their respective vessels.

3 - Then gives the team an electric circuit.

4 - The circuit is complete but two wires are exposed which produces that does not flow the current.

5 - Three members of all the team will be those who will be most of the practice

6 - A member shall be responsible for connecting and disconnecting the electrical circuit of the power

7 - Another will turn on and turn off the switch and finally the third member will be placed which exposed

8 - It is placed to each substance wires exposed inside avoiding these make contact

9- In the interval of a substance to another clean cables with water and dries out a piece of paper



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