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Beer’s Law Author: Austin Kelly Lab Partners: John Sanders, Maria Ortega, Allison Mensch Lab Supervisor: Wenzhou Li Course:104B Date Experiment Performed: 1-22-08 Date Report Submitted: 1-29-07 Abstract
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Introduction Beer’s law experiment was designed in order to help us as students review the concepts of making solutions within a lab and attempting to make the concentration of a particular solution a certain level in order to achieve certain absorptivity. The absorptivity of the solution is measured using a Spectrophotometer. The primary goal of this lab is to become familiar with absorption spectroscopy and be
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Unformatted text preview: able to use it on a particular solution to determine the average concentration of a particular compound in the solution. Beforehand, the expected outcome is that we will be forced to use the parallel dilution technique to dilute the solution in order to bring the maximum absorption of the solution below one. After we have succeeded in this area, we are then expected to be able to determine the molar absorptivity of a molecule via the experimental data....
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