Lab 1 procedure - Procedure 1 Place the beaker in the...

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Procedure 1. Place the beaker in the analytical balance to find the weight of the beaker. Record the data (all digits) in the data sheet. 2. Place the larger sample and place it in the beaker on the scale. Record the mass as it appears in the balance in the data sheet. 3. Remove the large sample and record the mass of the beaker once again in the data sheet. 4. Place the smaller sample in the beaker and record the new mass in the data sheet. 5. Fill the graduated cylinder to some extent with water and record the volume to the nearest tenth of a mL in the data sheet. 6. Tilt the cylinder to about 45 degrees and larger slide the sample into the water and record the final volume in the data sheet. 7. Tile the cylinder to about 45 degrees and slide the smaller sample into the water and record the final volume in the data sheet. 8. Pour the water out and catch the samples. 9. Return the samples to the stock room and retrieve two more samples.
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  • Fall '08
  • Staff
  • Chemistry, 50 ml, 45 degrees, mL/mol

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