Chemistry 107 Lab Report 4

Chemistry 107 Lab Report 4 - coloring solution. We were to...

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Egbuniwe Chinedum Summary In this experiment my lab partners and I were given the task of measuring the opaqueness of solutions and how it affects the way light shines thought them. We were to use a light beam and a light sensor in order to record the amount of light that is allowed through the solutions with different quantities and qualities of these solutions. First, we were to test the illumination by adding a cuvette In between the beam and the sensor, we would then add another cuvette each time and measure the illumination each interval. For the second part we were to take a Copper Sulfate solution at different concentrations and measure the change in illumination. The last part entailed a food coloring solution, a copper sulfate solution and a diluted food
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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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