4u c8.4 Lab on Titration printout 3.3

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Chemistry SCH 4U Chapter 8 Lab Experiment on: Titration Curves for Acids and Bases Printouts Requirement 1. Initial settings “File” – “Printing Option” 1. check “Print Footer” box, uncheck “Page Number”. 2. under “Name”, fill the name of the two lab partners. 3. under “Comment”, fill in the course code with section number. 4. Press OK . 2. Print the two data table side by side: “File” – “Page Setup” – set orientation to “portrait”. “File” – “Print Data Table”. Press OK . 3. Print the two “pH vs. Volume of NaOH (aq) ” graphs: For the HCl (aq) vs. NaOH (aq) titration graph, 1. right click on the graph pane, select “Graph Options”. 2. under the “Graph Options” tab, change the “Title” to “Acid-Base Titration, HCl (aq) vs. NaOH (aq) ”. 3. uncheck “Connect Points”. 4. under the “Axes Options” tab, check to show only the “pH vs. Volume of NaOH (aq) ” graph for HCl (aq) . 5. check that “scaling” is on Autoscale. 6.
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Unformatted text preview: Press Done . • “File” – “Page Setup” – set orientation to “landscape”. • “File” – “Print Graph”. • For HCOOH (aq) vs. NaOH (aq) titration graph, repeat steps 1 to 6 above and change the title accordingly. 4. Print the two “2 nd derivative vs. pH” graphs: • For the HCl (aq) vs. NaOH (aq) titration graph, 1. right click on the graph pane, select “Graph Options”. 2. under the “Graph Options” tab, change the “Title” to “2 nd derivative vs. pH graph for HCl (aq) vs. NaOH (aq) ”. 3. check “Connect Points”. 4. under the “Axes Options” tab, check to show only the “2 nd derivative vs. pH” graph for HCl (aq) . 5. check that “scaling” is on Autoscale. 6. Press Done . • “File” – “Page Setup” – set orientation to “landscape”. • “File” – “Print Graph”. • For HCOOH (aq) vs. NaOH (aq) titration graph, repeat steps 1 to 6 above and change the title accordingly....
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