Experiment 3 - E xperiment 3 Discussion Part I Melting range can be determined by doing two separate t r ials I found my partner by matching my

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Experiment 3 Discussion Part I: Melting range can be determined by doing two separate trials. I found my partner by matching my data with a fellow student whose substance exhibited a similar melting range and similar physical characteristics. Then the two substances were mixed in equal amounts and ground together to form a homogenous substance. A sample of the mixture yielded similar melting range data from each of our independent trials with our own substances. This means that the two were the same, or that they exhibit similar melting point ranges and are insoluble in each other. Part II: Ratio of A:B Melting Range Studen ts Averag e 100:0 80-82 81 90:10 72-78 Rajvir, Taylor, Haila 75 80:20 54.7-57.7 Sharon, Stephen, Cassy, Jason 56.2 70:30 50.83 - 56.3 Stephanie, Adrian, Kyle 53.57 60:40 51.2-55.4 Maricel, Mitchell, Haesung 53.3 50:50 50.2-51.1 Trevor, Jane, Rachel 50.65 40:60 35.7-41.0 Caroline, Alysha, Betty 38.35
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30:70 51 - 54.7 Maritess, Divya, Yulia, 52.85 20:80 60.7-65.4 Alan, Evan,
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2011 for the course CHEM 3A taught by Professor Fretchet during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Experiment 3 - E xperiment 3 Discussion Part I Melting range can be determined by doing two separate t r ials I found my partner by matching my

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