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Unformatted text preview: REPORT: EXPERIMENT 2: SPECTROPHOTOMETRY I EXERCISE B: IDENTIFICATION or AN UNKNOWN INDICATOR Name: Em BEL Date Expt Performed: glalfi- . is , Lab Partners: JM‘H limb/mu Sec #1331 Lab TA m The report is to be completed individually. While based on shared data, the answers given must be in your own words. You may not collaborate in any way with other students in the course. This includes, but is nojt limited to, distussing calculations and post lab questions, collaboration in any way on prelab assignments, and comparing answers or calculations on any part of the laboratory report. I Honor Pledge: I pledge, on my honor, that I have neither given nor received, any unauthorized assistance on this assignment. Signed: % §& Date: 3' j I Is ' Beams You may neatly handwrite the answers to the calculations. However, any answers that cannot be clearly read (at the discretion of the grader] will be marked “zero." ! 1. Determine log Il’f I for each solution. Show a calculation for Sample 3. Complete the table below. Note [Hm] i that l1 is the wavelength where the most acidic sample absorbs maximally, while 1.2 is the wavelengE-i where the most basic sample absorbs maximally. Be sure to include the correct number of significa t figures for all values. (Note: it is common to add a significant figure when taking the log of a number. For example if your [ln]/[Hln] value has 3 sig figs, the log would have four) ...
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