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Unformatted text preview: The sources of error we might have ran into were due to the fact that all the solutions were mixed by hand and any incorrect volume measurements would corrupt the data. Topic 1 How did you know the concentration of the product to use in Beers Law in Part A.? The assumption is that all of the iron becomes product Topic 2 How did you know the concentration of the three chemical species to use in determining the equilibrium constant in Part B.? The solution was made using known concentrations, so the final concentration can be calculated Topic 3 Was the equilibrium constant (K) you determined a large or small number? What does the number tell you about this equilibrium? The equilibrium constant I determined was a large number, which means that the reaction is incomplete or reversable...
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2010 for the course CHEMISTRY 2200 taught by Professor Dr.rikitiktavi during the Spring '10 term at GCTS - Charlotte.
- Spring '10