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Experiment 8 Rainbow in a Test Tube MaryFrances Johnson Alan Bussoletti March 13, 2018 CHEM 1310 Section C27 TA: Shaoren Yuan Honor Pledge – Freshman Chemistry Laboratories I did not copy any portion of this work from the work of other students, old lab reports, or unreferenced materials. I understand that such activity is a violation of the Georgia Tech Honor Code.
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Data and Results: Table 1. Mass of Each Substance at Given Volume Substance Mass (g) 3EAC 0.720 2LIG 0.974 2DIW 0.806 1FIF 0.852 2HEA 1.031 DCB 1.029 Table 2. Miscibility Tests Substance Polar Nonpolar 3EAC X 2LIG X 2DIW X 1FIF X 2HEA X DCB X Figure 1. The Final Rainbow Test Tube Due to accurate data calculated from a successful experiment of relative density and miscibility tests, the result of the rainbow was of very high quality with the colors staying separate from one another Discussion:
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The technical objective of this experiment is to create a six-layered rainbow in a test tube using six unknown solutions. The order in which the solutions were poured into the test tube was
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  • Chemistry, Test Tube, Chemical polarity, Relative density, miscibility tests

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