Chem Lab Lecture2

Chem Lab Lecture2 - Meas.2 1 of 5 Measurement 2 You will...

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Meas.2 1 of 5 Measurement 2 You will calculate the density and specific heat capacity of lead with an emphasis on the uncertainty of the measurements. All measurement involve an uncertainty: Uncertainty in volume with a buret:________________ Uncertainty in mass with a balance: ChemP 201, 202 and 209:________________ ChemP 213 and 217:____________________ When a math operation is carried out with measurements that have uncertainties associated with them, the result of the math operation also has an uncertainty.
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Meas.2 2 of 5 Part A Density of lead - one method Measure a volume of dry lead and weigh that amount of lead (by difference): Calculate density and its uncertainty:
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course CHEM 1045 taught by Professor Pgamateis during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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