Bevo Pre-Lab

Bevo Pre-Lab - Nitrate Source Concentration Nitrate Effect...

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Bevo’s Death Pollutant Experiment Goal Experimental goal is to determine if the pollutant is responsible for Bevo’s death. If it is, what concentration the pollutant is found at. Experimental overlook Begin experiment with preparation of two serial dilutions to calculate range of known concentrations. Follow with Diphenylamine test, for both known and unknown to figure out your unknown concentration, form conclusion. Tables Nitrate concentrations effect on cattle
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Unformatted text preview: Nitrate Source Concentration Nitrate Effect on Animals Forage 0-3000 Virtually Safe Forage 3000-6000 Moderately Safe Forage 6000-9000 Potentially Toxic (especially if feed source) Forage 9000- above Dangerous/Lethal Water 0-440 Considered Safe Water Over 1300 Potentially Toxic Level of Concentrations Solution Concentration PPM Molarity Molality Solution Evaluation Solution Concentration Observation...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course CHEM 111 taught by Professor Ta during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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