• Organic chemistry lab report
    CHEM 2123 and 2125 – Organic Chemistry Lab I and II GUIDELINES FOR WRITING LAB REPORTS INTRODUCTION Writing reports in organic chemistry lab may differ from the way it’s done in general chemistry. One goal of this course is to introduce you to the record keeping methods used in research labs
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  • Organic chemistry lab
    Extraction & Evaporation. Separating the Components of "Panacetin, and the Recrystallization & Melting Point Measurement. Identifying a Component of "Panacetin." Introduction This laboratory experiment was a combination of two separate experiments as stated in the above title. The introduc
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  • Writing lab reports
    Writing Lab Reports and Papers Essentials of Biology Companion Site, 2/eSylvia S. Mader | | | | by Warren D. Dolphin Iowa State University Verbal communication is temporal and easily forgotten, but written reports exist for long periods and yield long-term benefits for the author an
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  • Chemistry lab
    Rammy Abssi Chemistry – 11 June 03, 2009 Kinetics Planning Lab Research Question/Aim: How does the molar concentration of hydrochloric acid affect the rate of pressure in a gas releasing reaction? The aim of this experiment is to record how the change in molar concentration of hy
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  • Chemistry lab
      INQUIRY-BASED LABORATORY ACTIVITIES (ILAB) TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents..................................................................................... 1 Experiment 1: Gay-Lussac’s Temperature and Volume Changes in a Gas (Charles’ Law) – Student Version (GASS) ............
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  • Chemistry lab filtering technique
    Objective: The purpose of the lab is to learn filtering techniques. Specifically, to form and filter a calcium carbonate precipitate using a Buchner funnel. Procedure: a.) Prepared a mixture of .5 M calcium nitrate (45 mL) and .01 M sodium carbonate by combining and stirring the two liquids in
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  • Chemistry lab measurement and uncertainty
    I.PURPOSE OF EXPERIMENT The purpose of this lab was to determine the magnitude of the uncertainties produced when making measurements using common lab equipment. II.APPARATUS AND MATERIALS NEEDED safety goggles distilled water (at 20°C) laboratory apron dropper laboratory balance 2 objec
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  • Chemistry lab report
    In order for plants to reproduce, an anther must transfer at least a small portion of pollen to a stigma. An anther is the part of the stamen of a flower that produces pollen grains, and is also the male reproductive portion of the flower. A stigma is the female reproductive portion of a flower th
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    Identification of a Copper Compound by Percent Mass Unknown Compound: #9 Abstract: The objective of this experiment was to identify the unknown pure copper salt compound of #9. To do this, the mass of copper in the unknown was calculated and then divided by the mass of the whole compound t
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  • Chemistry lab write-up
    1 Gram of Blue Vitriol Lab Purpose: To apply stoichiometry to get exactly 1 g of a certain chemical, and realize how stoichiometry works. Blue vitriol is also known as Copper (II) Sulfate. Its chemical formula is CuSO4. The chemical reaction to obtain blue vitriol is H2SO4 + CuO → CuSO4 + H2O
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  • Chemistry lab manual
    CONTENTS Experiment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Separation of chloride and bromide ions by ion exchange chromatography Spectrophotometric Analysis of a Two-Components System Valencies of Vanadium Synthesis and Studies of the Absorption Spectrum of Copper(II) Complexes Preparation and Analysis of Potassium
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  • Standardization chemistry lab report
    JOMO KENYATTA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY DEPT: CIVIL ENGINEERING UNIT: CHEMISTRY 1 (SCH 2109) PRACTICAL REPORT EXPT 2: Standardization and Determination of Concentration of Hydrochloric Acid in a Given Solution by ARAKA BRAMWEL MBOGO EN251-0221/2010 TITLE: STANDARDI
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  • Writting lab reports
    Writing Laboratory Reports Keeping records about an experiment that had been conducted is a crucial part of any research work. As students you must develop attention to details since this will help you keep track of your investigation and come up with a correct and reliable conclusion. Among the thi
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  • Chemistry lab report conductimetric
    The aim of this experiment it to analyze the solution of Ba(OH)2 of an unknown concentration. In order to obtain the quantitative analysis, the exact amount of a particular compound or element present in sample, two procedures were performed. The first procedure was by conductimetric titration and b
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  • Aspirin chemistry lab
    IB1 Chemistry Practical #8 ANALYSIS OF ASPIRIN TABLETS For a long time the bark of the willow tree (salix alba) was used as a traditional medicine to relieve the fever symptoms of malaria. In the 1860's chemists showed that the active ingredient in willow bark is salicylic acid (2-hydroxybenzoic aci
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  • Chemistry
    Chemistry 4018 Ebola Virus Ebola is classified to be a haemorrhagic fever. The Ebola virus is a part of the Filoviridae family.Ebola haemolrrhagic fever is an illness that causes the death of between 50 and 90% of a
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  • How to write a lab report
    What this handout is about This handout provides a general guide to writing reports about scientific research you've performed. In addition to describing the conventional rules about the format and content of a lab report, we'll also attempt to convey why these rules exist, so you'll get a cleare
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  • Chem lab
    Isotopes and Atomic Mass It’s Vegium I. Purpose The purpose of this lab is to determine the average weights of each isotope of the “element” vegium, determine the relative abundance of isotopes of vegium, and calculate from experimental data the atomic mass of vegium. II. Apparatu
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  • University of st. thomas: using modules to teach general chemistry
    University of St. Thomas: Using Modules to Teach General Chemistry Presented by The Institute on Learning Technology part of the [pic] Mark Connolly (mrconnolly@facstaff.wisc.edu) Fall 2002 This case study also is available from the Learning Through Technology web site, w
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  • Ap chemistry 1
    COURSE OUTCOMES AP CHEMISTRY (SECONDARY) (June 2011) AP Chemistry is designed to be the equivalent of a first year college general chemistry course and follows the College Board’s AP Chemistry course requirements. As such, the course is suitable only for secondary students who exhibit high
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