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Chemistry XXI Lab Session 11 Can you apply what you have learned? Chemical Analysis
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Chemistry XXI Your Challenge In this lab, you will be asked to generate your own research questions and design your own experiments to answer them. We are not so as much interested in the “correct” answer as in your ability to pose questions and search for answers using the knowledge and experimental techniques that you have learned in the lab.
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Chemistry XXI Beginning Questions Discuss in your groups: What commercial or natural products did each of you brought for analysis? What research questions do you propose to answer about these products? How do you propose to do it? What resources do you need to complete your tasks?
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Chemistry XXI Initial Plans Select an spokesperson to: a) Present your beginning questions; b) Briefly describe your research plan, to the rest of the class.
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Chemistry XXI Implement the experiments that you have designed to answer your research questions. Your Challenge
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Unformatted text preview: You have exactly 120 minutes Available resources: Lab equipment; Glassware; Equipment and resources used in previous experiments (you can ask for what you need). Chemistry XXI Evaluation You will not be asked to write a report for this lab. You will be evaluated based on your work in designing and implementing your experiments, as well as in communicating and reflecting on your plans and results. Chemistry XXI Claims, Evidence, and Reflection Based on the results of your experiments, summarize your major claims and the evidence that you have to support the answer to your questions. Prepare a brief presentation ( 3-5 minutes) for for the rest of the class. What are your major claims? What evidence do you have to support them? What did you learn from doing the experiments? How would you improve what you did? How have your initial ideas changed? What new questions do you have?...
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