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chem122_sample_lab_report - Experiment 11 Calorimetry and...

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Experiment 11: Calorimetry and Hess Law Class Section # Your Name TA Name Date
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[Here you will put the purpose stated in the lab manual in your own words. Don’t copy it exactly, or it is plagiarism. For example, a person might write the following] The purpose of this lab is to learn the correct methods for using an analytical and top-loading balance, as well as finding the density of an unknown solution by using a pipet and buret. Procedure [ Here is where you put a reference to the procedure in the book. Title, Volume, Year, Author, Exp # and Page Numbers. See following for example. You do not need to re-type the whole procedure. You should note any changes.] Please refer to General Chemistry Laboratory Experiments , Volume 2, 2007, by Judith Casey and Robert Tatz, Exp 11, pages 7-8, for the proper procedure. Data See attached sheet [ Fill out the report form from the lab manual in pen with the data you collected and calculated results, tear it out and attach to report. Photocopies are not acceptable. If you use Excel and you make the worksheets look like the report form, you can turn in the Excel worksheets. However, you will still need to turn in the report form even though it will be blank. Make sure you show the proper number of sig.
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2008 for the course CHEM 122 taught by Professor Zellmer during the Spring '07 term at Ohio State.

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