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Unformatted text preview: coloring solution. We were to measure the illumination differences between the three. It seemed like the more cuvettes we used in part A the lower the illumination we recorded. Also, the higher the concentration of Copper Sulfate we had the lower the illumination we recorded. Results C Egbuniwe Chinedum Discussion There is a correlation between path length and solution concentration when it comes to determining light intensity or illumination. The equation is T = 10 . This equation is derived from a combination of two equations in correlation to beers law. A = bC is the formula for concentration of a solution, while A = log 1/T is the formula for path length....
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 Spring '07
 GENERALCHEMFORENG
 Chemistry

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