PreLabAssignments-1

PreLabAssignments-1 - Pre-lab Assignments For each...

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Pre-lab Assignments For each experiment, you will be required to do a pre-lab assignment in your notebook. There are three main parts that are described below (although other requirements may be added for particular experiments). You will turn in the copy of this before lab begins. Beginning Questions . What will I do? A pre-laboratory discussion helps to define beginning questions to investigate experimentally. After reading the laboratory material, write a question or two that can be answered by doing the experiment. Often the questions are in the form of a quantitative relationship. Sometimes the questions are qualitative in nature. Acceptable examples are: How does the length of the non-polar region of a molecule relate to the equilibrium constant? How does the reaction demonstrate equilibrium? How does the amount of compound dissolved in water affect ΔH rxn ? Unacceptable examples are: What is the limiting reagent? What color is my product? “Why” questions cannot be answered by doing the lab experiment and are considered
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