700287 Interpreting Data in Science 2018 Laboratory Workbook Part 2.pdf

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LABORATORY WORKBOOK — PART 2 INTERPRETING DATA IN SCIENCE 700287 2018
700287 Interpreting Data in Science 2018 — Laboratory Workbook — Part 2 Last amended: November 2018 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Contributors: Dr Janice Petherick and Dr Virginia Shepherd © Western Sydney University Enterprises Pty Limited 2018 Except as provided by the Copyright Act 1968, no part of this publication may be produced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Western Sydney University Enterprises Pty Limited. This workbook is to be used for educational purposes only. Students should not make this publication available commercially, or redistribute it by any technological means. Students must not record lectures or tutorials via any technology unless they obtain the express consent of the lecturer prior to the lecture being given. Western Sydney University The College Nirimba Education Precinct Eastern Road Quakers Hill NSW 2763 Postal address: PO BOX 224 Quakers Hill NSW 2763 Phone: (02) 9852 4488 Fax: (02) 9852 4480 Disclaimer If you buy or use this publication you should understand clearly that it has been produced solely for learning purposes. While the author and Western Sydney University Enterprises Pty Limited have made every effort to ensure that the material in this publication is accurate and of high quality, you are expressly advised that you should not rely on the contents of this publication in order to make decisions having legal, accounting, property, financial, investment or similar consequences or for any purpose other than learning. For any purposes other than learning you should first obtain the advice of an appropriately qualified professional. The author and Western Sydney University Enterprises Pty Limited disclaim any liability to any person, whether a student or otherwise, in respect of anything, and the consequences of anything, done or omitted to be done by any such person in reliance, whether wholly or partially, on the whole, or any part of, or omission from, the contents of this publication. Western Sydney University ABN 53 014 069 881 is a registered provider under the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS Provider Number 00917K). Western Sydney University Enterprises Pty Limited ABN 44 003 474 468 trading as Western Sydney University The College (CRICOS Provider Number 02851G) is a wholly owned entity of Western Sydney University. Academic Pathway Programs are delivered by Western Sydney University The College under arrangement with Western Sydney University. © Western Sydney University Enterprises Pty Limited 2018 2
700287 Interpreting Data in Science 2018 — Laboratory Workbook — Part 2 Table of contents Footwear required for laboratory work ................................................................................................................................... 4 Laboratory safety rules ................................................................................................................................................................ 4 Photosynthetic pigments ......................................................................................................................................... 6 The task ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 Skills .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Other outcomes ............................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Introduction and pre-lab questions .......................................................................................................................................... 7 Questions .................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Questions .................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Skills ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14 Fluted filter paper ................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Thin layer chromatography (TLC) ....................................................................................................................................... 15 Ion-exchange column ............................................................................................................................................................. 15 Chemical hazards ..................................................................................................................................................................... 15 Risk assessment and control ..................................................................................................................................................... 16 Waste disposal ......................................................................................................................................................................... 16

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