Syringe Lab Report

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IV. ANALYSIS OF GAS PRODUCED IN OUR REACTOR A. SYRINGE METHOD Syringe method was used for the measurement of amount of methane and carbon dioxide in our gas produced a syringe fitted with flexible tube and dilute sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution was used for carbon dioxide percentage estimation, since NaOH absorbs CO2 but does not absorbs methane. ISBN 978-93-85477-29-4 510 B. PROCEDURE FOLLOWED Prepare 100 ml of dilute sodium hydroxide solution by dissolving granules of NaOH in about 100 ml of water. Take 20-30 ml sample of biogas produced during experiment into the syringe (initially fill syringe with H2O to reduce air contamination) and put end of the tube into the NaOH solution, then push out excess gas to get a 10 ml gas sample. Now take…show more content…
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