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assignment8 - doing the analysis. • In the report, you...

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Assignment: Chromatography – Caffeine 1 Chromatography –Caffeine MSDS: Caffeine This should be included in the EXPERIMENTAL section. Include the following items if possible. Hazards: Handling and Storage: Disposal: SAMPLE CALCULATION: See slides. PRELABORATORY QUESTIONS: See slides POSTLABORATORY QUESTIONS: None.
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Assignment: Chromatography – Caffeine 2 For this experiment you have to prepare your own spreadsheet. The Assessments for this experiment should give you some idea on how to formulate the spreadsheet.
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Assignment: Chromatography – Caffeine 3 A FEW SUGGESTIONS ABOUT THE REPORT: 1. Follow the format described in WebCT Lab Manual Laboratory Reports Guidelines when writing your report. 2. Include properties of caffeine and human health related aspects. 3. Unless otherwise stated, you will need to do a class data analysis. For the class data When it is available, it will be posted at WebCT Retrieve Information CD Chromatography Download the Excel file onto your computer first before
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Unformatted text preview: doing the analysis. • In the report, you may want to discuss certain individual data and explain how it (or they) affect the overall statistical results. In the calculations, however, DO NOT DISCARD ANY OF THE NUMBERS. • The analysis should be done in a manner similar to that described in Exp 0 - Self Study Exercise. • Complete all shaded cells using the appropriate built-in or self-made formulae. • Generate the histogram(s) using the bin range(s), if given. • DO NOT include any raw data in the report. Include only the analyzed results such as N, max, min, mean, … etc., and the histogram(s). • Discuss the analyzed results and histogram(s). If you think they are good, explain why? If you think they are bad, point out which one(s) are bad and what are the possible reason(s)? • Compare your results to the analyzed results in terms of accuracy and precision, if possible. Assignment: Chromatography – Caffeine 4...
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2010 for the course CHEM 100A taught by Professor Dai during the Winter '06 term at UCSD.

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