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Chemistry 227 Coke Prelab

Chemistry 227 Coke Prelab - 4 What is the purpose of...

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Chemistry 227 Pre-Lab: How much sugar is in a can of coke? Part A Answer the following questions in your lab notebook (be sure to show work for any calculations): 1. A solution has a mass of 109.5 g and a volume of 100.0 ml, what is the density of the solution? D=M/V 109.5g/100.0 ml = 1.095 g/ml 2. An object has a density of 0.25 g/ml, would you expect this object to float on water? Since 1 ml of water has a mass of 1 g, an object with density less than water (0.25 g/ml) will float on water. 3. How many milliliters are in 1 pint? There are about 473 milliliters in 1 pint.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. What is the purpose of constructing a calibration curve? A calibration curve allows you to find the concentration of unknown substances. Part B Prepare your lab notebook for the lab. This includes stating the purpose of the experiment, summarizing the procedure in a bulleted format (be sure to include space for observations) and preparing any tables necessary for data collection. At the start of your lab, remove the copies of the pages where you completed the above work from your lab notebook and turn them into your TA....
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