chem lab 1 - Abstract The purpose of this experiment is to...

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Abstract The purpose of this experiment is to learn the use of a common, simple lab experiments. When performing various task in the lab, one must be familiar with the necessary skills and procedures. A few skills that were practiced during this experiment was measurement, the correct way of using each instrument, and calculating temperature. All of these basic task performed correctly will ensure that one is headed in the right direction. Materials The following materials were used to perform a successful experiment: 150 & 250mL beakers, 50 & 125mL Erin Meyer flasks, 50 or 100mL graduated cylinder, barometer, clamp, large test tube, Bunsen burner and hose, meter stick, 10mL pipet, rubber bulb, ring stand and iron ring, thermometer, ice, distilled water, balance, penny Procedure The Meterstick: 1) The lab books length and width was measured and recorded using the meter stick (in/cm). The Graduated Cylinder: 2) A 100mL graduated cylinder is filled halfway with water. The volume of the water
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2010 for the course CHEM 155 taught by Professor Strong during the Spring '08 term at Northern Illinois University.

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