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Dan Breyre Experiment 6 A Self guided tour 1) The GC/MS mystery sample- Challenge: Unknown sample with varying peaks and unknown composition Hypothesis: I think the sample is a combination of a methyl group and chlorine Technique: Analyzing the data from the mass spectrum and recognizing the peak intensities along with the parallel intensities. The high intensities found in the 90-100 ranges are the methyl groups while the parallel weights found in the 78-80 range are the M+ peak weights. Conclusion: This means the substance is chlorine. 2) The mystery Dye- Challenge: The dye is present in each sample yet the varying samples have their own color. We must devise a system to determine the chemical characteristics that allow each solution to exhibit a different color, and hence determine what the chemical substance of the dye is. Hypothesis: Because of the varying hue it is definitely a strong acid or base. Technique: We will take each sample and measures it’s pH, then take their light
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