GOALS: To take measurements in centimeters and inches. To convert between units of length. To read liquid volumes. Introduction: This lab exercise is designed to teach you how to make measurements. Procedure: Obtain the following equipme
Lets mix chemicals! Why? By mixing solutions of salts, we can form completely new compounds. We can watch chemical reactions and see how they work. Mixing solutions is one of the most fun parts of a chemistry lab.
Materials: Your lab kit and d
Wayne Kocher GBS 221 Lewis 9-6-10 Chapter 3 End of Chapter Project Statistical Summary Local Tuition Mean Median Range Variance Standard Deviation Skewness # Within +-1 S.D. # Outside +-1 S.D. # Outside +-2 S.D. 11297.725 10650 24300 42689260.4096 6533.70
Materials: Your lab kit and distilled water. Safety: Wash hands before and after this lab. Do not work near food or drink. Part I: Prepare the solutions Directions: 1. Clean 4 test tubes by rinsing with water and label the test tube
Acids and bases are everywhere. They are especially important in balancing the acidity of our bodies and the environment. Acids and bases are natural opposites and react to neutralize each other. GOALS Perform acid-base reactions Descri
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The pH of a substance lets us know if it is an acid or a base. The pH is based on the concentration of hydrogen ions. The more hydrogen ions in a solution, the more acidic the solution is. Materials: Your lab kit and 10 house