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Use of Volumetric Glassware to Determine Relative Precision Experiment 2 Instructor: Mr. Richardson
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Rena Lu Sam Snider Lab 1 Use of Volumetric Glassware AP Chemistry 1st pd Objective Familiarity with the various instruments used for making physical measurements in the laboratory is essential to the study of experimental chemistry. In this experiment, the goal is to investigate the uses and limits of the various types of volumetric glassware. Procedure Weigh each piece of volumetric glassware. Then, fill each with a specific volume of water and reweigh. Subtract two masses to find mass of water in each container. Next, find temperature and calculate volume based on density of water at that temperature. Compare observed and calculated volumes of water to find the relatives accuracies and limits of each piece of volumetric glassware.
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Data Summary 25mL cylinder Mass of empty cylinder 13.4g Mass of cylinder and H 2 O 37.76g Mass of H 2 O 23.34g Temperature of H 2 O 25.6 ° C Density H 2 O at
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2011 for the course USH 201 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '10 term at Southwest Tennessee Community College .

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