Solution solute solvent 2 determining the components

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2. Determining the components and concentrations of the solute in a solution is an uncommon task of chemists.
3. Spectroscopy is the study of how electromagentic radiation interacts with atoms and molecules.
4. The visible region of the spectrum is located in the wavelength range between 400 nm and 700 nm.
5. In UV-Vis spectroscopy, the intensity of the light after it passes through the sample is referred to as _____. absorbance transmittance ultraviolet electromagnetic
6. Beer's law mathematically expresses the relationship between _____ and sample _____.
7. A Beer's law plot is a graph showing the linear relationship between absorbance and concentration.
8. What information was used in this experiment to calculate the concentrations of colorimeter samples?
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9. A multimeter measures light intensity as electrical resistance, which functions as _____ in a Beer's law plot.
10. Use the scatter plot and associated line of best fit to determine the concentration of an unknown sample with a resistance of 25 ohms.
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1. At an environmental testing lab, a lab technician calculated the known concentration of the calibrating solution three times too high. How will this affect the results of the samples run using this calibration solution? What would be the possible consequences of reporting these results?
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