Mass Determinations Lab Report

Mass Determinations Lab Report - Experiment No 1 Mass...

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Experiment No. 1 - Mass Determinations CHEM 1411 SE1 South Texas College Summer I 2015 Dr. Subrata Mandal Jorge Zuniga
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Mass Determinations - Jorge Zuniga Objective The goal of this lab was to become well-known with the tools available for calculating the mass of an object and to determine when each type of tool is appropriate to utilize. Materials Safety goggles Triple beam balance Digital electronic balance Mass samples Small beaker Procedures Initially, check the measuring balances at hand and determine the level of precision allowed by the balance. Set up the triple beam balance and calculate the mass of the small beaker; record the value. Next, place Mass Sample A into the beaker and determine their combined mass. Once completed, record the observed value. Determine the mass of Sample A by subtracting the initial mass from the final mass, and record the results. Repeat the previous process to gather the mass of Samples B and C.
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