Study11-F10 - Chem 227 Fall 2010 Calendar for Monday(11/15...

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Chem 227 Study Guide #11 Fall 2010 Calendar for Monday (11/15) < in Harris study Chapter 25, sections 1,3,4 – optional but recommended, section 2 * Lecture & Reading Quiz 6 (turn in reading notebooks in lab) * Independent Project Plan – submit in the homework cabinet by 10 p.m. Tuesday (11/16) Section 2: analytical facilities tour (12:00)—optional for Wednesday (11/17) < in Harris study Chapter 28 * Homework C9 Section 1: analytical facilities tour (9:00)—optional for Thursday (11/18) * Homework C10
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Study Questions and Practice Problems Practice Exercises and Problems in Harris 23-30 28-A, 28-B, 28-C, 28-D 28-3 a a corresponds to problem 28-2 in the 6 th edition Supplemental Practice Problems and Questions S20 - a) If you suspected that there would be deviations from the Beer-Lambert law, would it best to do an analysis by the standard addition or by the calibration curve method? Explain. b) In what part of a calibration curve can the concentration of an unknown be most accurately determined? Near the high end of the curve, near the low end, near the middle, somewhere else, or doesn't it matter?
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