Fluoride_by_ISE_Fall_2011

Fluoride_by_ISE_Fall_2011 - measurement that represent + 1...

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Name: Section: Date Experiment Completed: 1. Complete the following table. Report concentration of the stock solution, volumes of stock solution and sizes of volumetric flasks (final volumes) you used to prepare each standard, and the resulting concentrations of the fluoride ion. Preparation of standard solutions Stock F - conc., ppm Standard V(stock) pipeted, mL Final volume, mL F - conc., ppm 1 2 3 4 5 6 2. Report the results of your measurements. Results F - conc., ppm potential, mV Standard Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3 average 1 2 3 4 5 6 unknown N/A 3. Paste Excel plot of your calibration curve. In this plot, include error bars for each standard
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Unformatted text preview: measurement that represent + 1 standard deviation. Connect the data points using the linear least squares best fit, and report on the plot the equation of this best fit line and the R 2 value. 4. Report the value of the coefficient for your electrode: 5. Report the concentration of F-(in mg L-1 ) in your tap water: 6. Provide an example of calculations you used to prepare the calibration curve, and to determine the coefficient and the concentration of your unknown. One example for each type of calculation is sufficient....
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