Procedure - 6. Multiply by 100 milliliters to find the...

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Procedure 1. Fill the cuvette with the brass solution. 2. Use the spectophotometer to find its %T. 3. Determine absorbances for all the concentrations and plot this data on an absorbance vs. concentration graph. 4. Find b. 5. Use the equation A=mc+b to find the concentration of copper in the brass.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Multiply by 100 milliliters to find the moles of copper. 7. Multiply by 63.546g to find the mass of copper. 8. Divide the mass of copper by the mass of brass to find the percent mass of copper in brass....
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Sin during the Spring '08 term at Naval Academy.

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