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Experiment 3 – Sensors and Chemical Reactions Date Stamp Name Johnathan Howard Lab Day and Time Tuesday @ 1:00pm TA Christie Jones Room MO 219 Documentation Lab Manual Possible Points Points Received Q1 10 Q2 4 Q3 4 Q4 6 Q5 6 Q6 6 Q7 10 Q8 4 Q9 4 Q10 4 Q11 8 Q12 6 Q13 4 Q14 4 Lab Technique 20 TOTAL (100)
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C HEMISTRY 11L R EPORT T EMPLATE EXPT. Sensors and Chemical Reactions 3 For calculations, you must show all of your work and include appropriate units to receive full credit. Answers to the discussion questions must be in the form of complete sentences to receive full credit. Q1. In your own words, describe how a temperature sensor works and give at least one example of how it can be used in the lab. A temperature sensor is placed into a liquid or substance, and the thermometer within the sensor records the temperature and transmits the information received to some visible format. With our lab equipment, the signal is transmitted to an interface box, which transmits the information to the computer.
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