P4 S1 Pre-Lab Worksheet

P4 S1 Pre-Lab Worksheet

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Chemical Thinking P4 S1 Pre-Lab Worksheet v3.0 | Project 4 Session 1 Pre-Lab Worksheet GRADE ____ /10 p All work must be very neat and organized . If your penmanship is poor, you must type all responses. If you need to organize your thoughts, please use a separate sheet of paper. Question 1 Calculations (4 p) A researcher wishes to determine how the liquid absorption capacity of sodium polyacrylate varies as a function of lithium ion (Li + ) concentration. Employing the recommended procedure in the Project 4 Guide , the researcher has recorded the following: Concentration of LiNO 3 Solution Mass of Sodium Polyacrylate (g) Incubating Volume of LiNO 3 Solution (mL) Volume of Filtrate Collected (Unabsorbed LiNO 3 Solution) (mL) Volume of LiNO 3 Solution Absorbed by Sodium Polyacrylate (mL) Volume (mL) of Solution Absorbed per Gram of Sodium
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