Water Density Lab - Matthew Mueller CHEM 207-01A August 23,...

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Matthew Mueller CHEM 207-01A August 23, 2007 DETERMINATION OF THE DENSITY OF WATER AND STATISTICAL  TREATMENT OF DATA Objective: This lab involves determining the density of water and then analyzing the results of the  entire classes’ findings. To determine the density of water experimentally one will  exercise both pipeting and weighing abilities. From the classes acquired information on  the density of water one should determine the mean and standard deviation of the  class’s data set, and accuracy of the data set as a whole and in comparison to the true  value. Procedure Observations 1. Procure a 50 mL beaker, weigh it  and record the weight. Beaker = 31.781g 2. Add 25 mL of distilled water to the  beaker via a volumetric pipet, weigh  it, and record the weight and  temperature of the water. Beaker with water = 56.833g
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Water Density Lab - Matthew Mueller CHEM 207-01A August 23,...

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