The Water Project Intro

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II. Introduction In order to meet the objectives of the four experiments, there were a total of four water samples used. These came from: Henry Koffler building, the Biological Sciences building, the Pueblo de Ciengia dormitory, and the Science Engineering library. These water samples were used to yield results from each of the four lab experiments: Complexometric Titration, Ion-Exchange Chromatography, Ion-Selective Electrodes, and Flame Photometry. The underlying objective of these respective labs with the water samples were to find water hardness, total positive charge of the samples of water, to determine the molarity of an ion from ISC (Ion-Exchange Chromatography) measurements, and to determine the sodium & potassium of all the samples. Water taken from the older buildings should yield more ions compared to the newer, more recently constructed buildings, which should yield fewer ions. The underlying objective in the Complexometric Titration lab experiment is to determine the amount of metal in each of the water samples as well as the water hardness.
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