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Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego Course Instructor: Dr. S. Berniolles Page 1 CHEM 6BL EXPERIMENT 1 LAB REPORT WORKSHEET Gravimetric Analysis Author: ______________________ Date: ________________________________________________ TA Name/Lab Section No.: _______________________________ TA/Grader Only : Graded Components Student Score Prelab Procedure (graded by TA) /5 Prelab Quiz (graded by TA) /5 Accuracy /10 Abstract /5 Introduction /20 Results /35 Discussion /20 TOTAL SCORE (Max. 100 pts) /100
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Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego Course Instructor: Dr. S. Berniolles Page 2 LAB REPORT CHECKLIST Follow the instructions provided to fill out this worksheet in non-erasable black/blue ink Attach the introduction section (copy pages of lab notebook. Two pages maximum ) Attach the discussion section (copy pages of lab notebook. Two pages maximum ) Note : Specific instructions on what to include and how to write a lab report are available in the “Laboratory Notebook and Laboratory Report Writing Guidelines” section included in the CHEM 6BL Online Lab Manual Introduction. Supplemental educational materials may also be available on WebCT. Do not hesitate to consult your TA and/or instructor if you have any questions. ACCURACY (10 points) Unknown #: ________ Average [Al 3+ ] = __________________ mmol/mL ABSTRACT (5 points) In this experiment, gravimetric analysis via precipitation chemistry was used to determine the Al 3+ concentration in an unknown solution ( Unknown #: _________ ). The concentration of the unknown Al 3+ solution proved to be: Average [Al 3+ ] ± 2 σ = ___________________ mmol/mL ± ____________ mmol/mL. [e.g., 0.01000 mmol/mL ± 0.00011 mmol/mL] INTRODUCTION (20 points) Write your introduction by hand in your lab notebook. EXPERIMENTAL (0 points- Not required) Note : This section has been pre-written for you and can serve as an example when you have to write the experimental section of your next lab report (note the tense used, etc.). Three filtering ceramic crucibles were cleaned and dried. After cleaning and before drying, the three crucibles were individually labeled before any further use. Each crucible was weighed with filter paper once before drying. The crucibles (with filter paper) were dried in an oven (at >100°C) for at least 20 minutes and then allowed to cool for at least 45 minutes
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