CBSE Class 10 Science Chemistry Saponification Preparation of Soap Assignment

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Objective: To study Saponification reaction for the preparation of Soap.

Requirements: Sodium hydroxide, vegetable oil, ethanol, common salt, distilled water, beakers, measuring cylinder etc.

Theory :

Soaps are sodium or potassium salts of carboxylic acids with long hydrocarbon chains. Soap can be made from the base hydrolysis of fat or oil. The process in which oil or fat reacts with NaOH to form soap(sodium salt of fatty acid) and glycerol is called saponification reaction

CBSE Class 10 Science Chemistry Saponification Preparation of Soap Assignment

 

 

Procedure :

 Take about 20 ml of vegetable oil in a beaker.

 Add 15 ml of ethanol &25 ml of 20 %NaOH to vegetable oil with stirring.

 Heat the mixture for 20 minutes until the solution no longer has 2 separate layers.(do not over heat the mixture to dryness).

 Remove the beaker from the burner,& add 20 ml of saturated NaCl solution.This process is called ‘salting out’ .

 Cool the mixture till it becomes solid

 Remove &cut it into desired shape &size.

 

Result

Soap solution is basic in nature .

 

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