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Name Nikko Brewer
Lab Balance, Week # 1

BALANCE LAB

Introduction

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Procedure

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Observations and Results

Part I: Centrigram Balance

Direct weighing method:

Mass of slug __2.03g_______

Weighing by difference:

Mass of beaker| 49.06g|
Mass of beaker + slug| 52.06g|
Mass of slug| 3g|

Part II: Electronic Balance

Direct weighing method:

Mass of slug _3.040g______

Weighing by difference:

Mass of beaker| 50.000g|
Mass of beaker + slug| 53.040g|
Mass of slug| 3.04g|

Part III: Average mass of Copper Slug with an Electronic Balance

# slugs weighed| Mass|
1| 3.000g|
2| 5.968g|
3| 8.935g|
4| 11.962g|
5| 14.957g|
Average| 8.9644g|

Part IV: Determining the Mass of Unknown Weights.

Unknown (24.823g) Iron (Fe)|
Mass of beaker| 50.000g|
Mass of beaker + unknown| 74.823g|
Mass of unknown| 24.823g|

Unknown (25.167g) Iron (Fe)|
Mass of beaker| 50.000g|
Mass of beaker + unknown| 75.167g|
Mass of unknown| 25.167g|

Discussion

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Conclusion

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