CHM 371 Experiment 1.docx

CHM 371 Experiment 1.docx

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Danielle Seifert CHM 371 Chemical Analysis Lab Tuesday Section 9-19-2016 Experiment 1: Analytical Procedures Notecard Name, Lab, Date Experiment number & name Unknown number and/or name Final Results including unknown values Statistical Analysis (if applicable) Title Page Name, Lab, Date Experiment  number and name Checklist Authentication information & signature Report Purpose Objective Procedure/Experimental Data (in form of table & graphs) Discussion Conclusion (including final results) Pages numbered Tables & graphs labeled properly Specifically I certify: 1) The data in this report were collected by Danielle Seifert 2) I have learned how to perform and can reproduce the analysis by myself 3) I have no utilized reports nor other aid from previous sections of this class 4) Excluding shared data, the information, thoughts and ideas are my own except as indicated in the references __________________________________   ______________
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Signature                                     Date Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to become familiar with the instruments being used and to have accuracy on all experiments performed in the laboratory. Objective: In this experiment, to be successful, one must know how to: Accurately weigh and use an analytical balance Use and calibrate a 10mL volumetric pipet Set up a buret and get accuracy within 0.01mL Use a stock solution to dilute a series of standard solutions Procedure: For Part A, to begin this experiment, determine the weight of a weighing bottle, the weighing bottle lid, and the weighing bottle and lid and compare the results. Weigh the
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