Exp 16 Molar Mass from Freezing Point_TEMPLATE UPDATED

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Dept. of Chemistry Exp 16 – Molar Mass from Freezing Pt Depression REPORT SHEET NAME DATE LAB DAY TIME DATA Trial #1 Trial #2 Mass of Naphthalene ± 0.005 g ± 0.005 g Mass of Sulfur ± 0.005 g ± 0.005 g Special Instructions 1. Enter your data in Excel using appropriate column titles [Time (sec), Naphthalene, Naphthalene-Sulfur, Trial #1,#2]. All data MUST be typed on ONE (1) page and submitted along with your report. 2. Submit your graphs along with your report. The freezing point (T f ) values for all solutions MUST be clearly indicated and labeled on the temperature axis. The T f values on your graphs MUST MATCH the T f values listed in the “ Results ” section. Any discrepancies will result in loss of points!! Note! Your report will not be graded if either the data and/or the graphs are not attached. You will receive the minimum of 50 points for performing the experiment as your grade. Assemble your report as follows: Page #1: This sheet Page #2: Data Page #3: Graphs Page #4: Results Page #5: Post-Laboratory Questions Spring 2014
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