Chem 113 Lab Final OutlineYour final exam in Chem 113 will follow a similar format to the quizzes, meaning most questions will beopen ended. You will have 1 h 50 min to complete the exam. The questions will come from the topics inthis outline and from quizzes. You will need a non-programmable calculator on the final exam.Fill in information for each bullet point in this outline. Answer the questions directly or provideinformation on how would answer a question of that type. Be complete! This outline will help you ALOT on your final exam! The completed outline will be worth 10 quiz points!For All Experiments:Know significant figure rulesKnow the definitions of key terms from each experimentExpt. 5 – InstrumentsKnow how to use Ohm’s Law to calculate current, resistance, and voltage for simple circuitsV=IR,V =voltage (V)I= current (Amperes)R =resistance (Ohms)Understand how to use the Fluke Model 75 Digital Multimeter (DMM) – know the differentsettings for each type of measurement, where to plug in the leads, etc.The black lead goes into COM (bottom right), and the red lead goes into one of the others (top-right forvoltage or resistance, bottom left for current depending upon how strong the current is). The wavy linesettings are used for AC, and the dotted lines for DC. A=current.Be able to list 3 advantages (besides cost) of a silicon temperature sensor vs a regular alcohol/Hgthermometerlarger temperature range, quicker response time, easier to readBe able to explain the difference between your original gas thermometer and the modified gasthermometer. How did adding water to the bulb of the pipet change how your thermometerworked? Which is more reliable? Which has a larger range?