EXPERIMENT 8 - EXPERIMENT 8 Calculation of an Equilibrium Constant via Absorption Spectroscopy Josu J Negron"I commit to uphold the ideals of honor

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EXPERIMENT 8: Calculation of an Equilibrium Constant via Absorption Spectroscopy Josué J. Negron “I commit to uphold the ideals of honor and integrity by refusing to betray the trust bestowed upon me as a member of the Georgia Tech community.” Signature: Josué Negron 17:28:24 Lab Partner: Ahmed Ismail Chemistry 1310- H1
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  EXPERIMENT  8: Calculation of an Equilibrium Constant via Absorption Spectroscopy N e g r o n  | 2 Discussion Introduction / Objective The objective of this experiment was to determine an equilibrium constant for a reaction where the reaction product is colored. This experiment required the use of Beer’s Law to create a calibration curve for determining equilibrium concentrations. In addition, LeChaterlier’s principle was used to force a reaction to completion. Absorption spectroscopy was utilized to detect the concentration of a colored product. 1 Summary In this experiment, the main objectives were fulfilled by testing the fundamentals of Beer’s Law and LeChaterlier’s principle. The first part of the experiment was used to get the slope which was 7090 eb (l/mole). Diluted solutions were made from three chemical solutions
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EXPERIMENT 8 - EXPERIMENT 8 Calculation of an Equilibrium Constant via Absorption Spectroscopy Josu J Negron"I commit to uphold the ideals of honor

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