CH Chem Lab Report 1

CH Chem Lab Report 1 - Cliff Hults Partner: Lizzy Robinson...

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Cliff Hults Partner: Lizzy Robinson Date started-completed: 10/18/04-11/15/04 Using A Triple Beam Balance Purpose: Learn to use a triple beam balance and to measure salt on top of the piece of paper. Next, measure liquid with a graduated cylinder and gets its mass and grams per milliliter. Then, calculate percent error. Apparatus Triple beam balance and Materials: Salt Paper Water and hydrogen peroxide Graduated Cylinder Pipette Procedure: 1. Zeroed the balance 2. Put the paper on the metal plate 3. Added the required amount of salt 4. Put salt back in container 5. Threw away paper 6. Got a graduated cylinder 7. Measured the weight of the cylinder in grams 8. Measured all the amounts of liquid for Sample A 9. Recorded all weights in grams for each amount 10. Emptied and cleaned out the cylinder 11. Measured all the amounts of liquid for Sample B 12. Recorded all weights in grams for each amount 13. Emptied and cleaned out the cylinder 14. Measured all the amounts of liquid for Sample C 15. Recorded all weights in grams for each amount 16. Emptied and cleaned out the cylinder 17. Measured all the amounts of liquid for Sample D 18. Recorded all weights in grams for each amount 19. Emptied and cleaned out the cylinder 20. Measured all the amounts of liquid for Sample E 21. Recorded all weights in grams for each amount (shown in chart labeled “Amount With Cylinder”) 22. Emptied and cleaned out the cylinder
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