post lab 8 - and that beers law holds true. The second...

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Sam Eichenblatt A2 Discussion lab 8 The experiment that was preformed involved calculating the concentration of a solution using the absorbance of light. First the solutions were made with different levels of Fe3+ and SCN- then each solution was made and placed in a machine that tested the absorbance of the solution. Then using absorbance= constant*concentration we were able to find the concentration of all elements in the solution and the constant of the solution. The graph of absorbance vs concentration shows the relationship is linear
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Unformatted text preview: and that beers law holds true. The second experiment calculated the Keq using the same method as the first part. The absorbance was calculated and concentration of all parts of the solution from that. From here the Keq can be calculated by multiplying the concentration of the products and dividing them by the product of the concentration of the reactants. The Keq is large which means that there are more products than there are reactants and that the equilbriam happens when there are more products than reactants....
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2010 for the course CHEM 1310 taught by Professor Cox during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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