2) Your discussion should include a restatement of your calculated pKa values. Since you are calculating pKa's from different points on the graph, you should compare the results. Discuss which of the pKa values should theoretically be more reliable and why this is so. 3) Your discussion must include a clear statement of the identity of your unknown acid, along with a discussion of the supporting evidence that led you to that conclusion. 4) Proofread your report for spelling and grammar errors. 5) When you submit your report online, it will be checked using Turnitin for plagiarism. Any plagiarized work will receive a score of zero. Remember, your grade will depend on the content, the organization, and the appearance of your report. Late reports will be penalized. The later you hand it in, the larger the penalty. Some things that will lower your score are: a) Misspelled words b) Graphs that are hard to read. c) Writing HC2H3O2 instead of HC 2 H 3 O 2 , or 1.8 E^-5 instead of 1.8 x 10 -5 . Subscripts and superscripts are easy to do on a computer, so there is no reason not to use them. THE REPORT MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE (on Canvas, look under the "Assignments" tab) BY 11:59 PM ON APRIL 18. Remember, it should be submitted as a single pdf file.
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