LP2123CK02_LaboratoryTechniquesandMeasurements_10227

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Copyright 2017 - Hands-On Learning | 1 / 8 Student Name PATRICK WHITAKER Student ID 10227 Lesson Laboratory Techniques and Measurements Institution Darton State College Session may Course LP-2123-CK-02 Instructor Michael May Final Report Exercise 1 Data Table 1: Length Measurements LP-2123-CK-02 Laboratory Techniques and Measurements Water boils at lower temperatures above sea level due to changes (decreases) in atmospheric pressure. 1. Water boils at 100°C at sea level. If the water in this experiment did not boil at 100°C, what could be the reason? Sample 1= 0.02 % error Sample 2= -0.008% error 2. While heating two dif f erent samples of water at sea level, one boils at 102°C and one boils at 99.2°C. Calculate the percent error f or each sample f rom the theoretical 100.0°C.
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Copyright 2017 - Hands-On Learning | 2 / 8 Data Table 2: Temperature Measurements Data Table 3: Mass Measurements Length (cm) Length (mm) Length (m) CD or DVD Key Spoon Fork 12.00 120.0 .12 4.14 41.8 .0418 15.26 152.6 .1526 15.75 157.5 .1575 Temperature (°C) Temperature (°F) Temperature (K) Hot from Tap Boiling Boiling for 5 minutes Cold from Tap Ice Water - 1 minute Ice Water - 5 minutes 40.5 104.9 313.65 100.0 212 373.15 101.5 214.7 374.65 18.5 65.3 291.65 6.5 43.7 279.65 1.5 34.7 274.65
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