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Lecture 3 - and d AgNO3 is 4.45 g/mL Volume measurement...

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Chapter 2. Tools of the Trade Concentration states how much solute is contained in a given volume or mass of solution and solvent in a given volume or mass of solution and solvent. (1) Molarity: (2) Formal concentration (F): (3) Molality: (4) Weight percent: (5) Volume percent: (6) ppm, ppb, and ppt in weight (7) ppm, ppb, and ppt in volume Gravimetric analysis law of mass/matter conservation
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Weight Electronic analytical balabce
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Single Pan mechanical balance
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Weighing: Errors due to Buoyancy Buoyancy equation: a d d m 1 ' = o a w d d m 1 d a : density of air; d : density of weight; d w : density of weight; and d o : density of the objective. This formula need to be remembered !
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Calculate buoyancy correction for water NaCl and AgNO Calculate buoyancy correction for water, NaCl and AgNO 3 . d is 8.0 g/mL; d t is 1.0 g/mL; d N Cl is 2.16 g/mL; w water NaCl and d AgNO3 is 4.45 g/mL
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Volume measurement:
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