LAB2 Report - Sugar Solutions: Density, Calibration Curves,...

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Sugar Solutions: Density, Calibration Curves, and Concentration 1. Description of the Procedure Used A. Fill a beaker with 100 mL of the 20% stock sugar solution. B. Measure the mass of the beaker that will contain the sugar dilution. C. Draw out an amount of stock solution out of the beaker into a volumetric pipet and record the volume before some of it is released. D. Release some of the solution in the pipet into a volumetric flask and record the volume of the pipet again. E. Fill the rest of the volumetric flask with water until the bottom of the meniscus reaches the 25mL mark. F. Pour the dilution you made in step D into the beaker in step B. G. Measure the new mass of the beaker with the dilution. H. Empty and clean the beaker with the dilution and the volumetric flask. I. Each student repeats steps B through H three times each. J. Repeat steps B through H using the “unknown” solution instead of the stock solution. This is repeated three times. 2.
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