Exercise 2.3 (Limiting Reagents & Theoretical Yields)
Verify that your laboratory is initialized for the
reaction described in Equation 6 and then pour
roughly 30-g of SiO2 and 30-g BrF3 into their
Organizations in the
Organizations in the
5.1 Estimating with Finite Sums
There is no easy formula for nding the area of a region bounded by a curve.
Our goal for today is to develop a method for approximating the area by
covering the region with a collection of rectangles.
Consider a region bo
UNIT 7: Lines and Planes
In two dimensions, we used the familiar equation y = mx + b to represent a line segment. e value of
m told us the direction in which the line travelled, and the value of b told us the position where the line
was located relative t
UNIT 8: Velocity, Acceleration, and Projectiles
A vector-valued function takes a single number (o en time) as an input, and gives a vector as an output.
For example, f (t ) = t , t , sin t is a vector-valued function.
When we di er
UNIT 10: Components of Acceleration and Curvature
is is our last unit of new material. However, you have three deadlines le in order to complete the
course. Please do not forget them:
Review for Test :
Review for Fin
UNIT 6: Cross Products in R
e Cross Product
e dot product takes two vectors and gives a scalar for an answer. e cross product takes two vectors
and gives another vector for an answer. e cross product is only de ned for three-dimensional vectors.
UNIT 2: Parametric Equations (continued)
Review: What is parameterization?
In a parametrically-de ned relationship, we introduce a third variable called a parameter (o en t , but
sometimes a di erent letter is used). is third variable acts as a seed for t
Experiment 5 pre-lab
a) Titration - a method or process of determining the concentration of a dissolved substance
in terms of the smallest amount of reagent of known concentration required to bring
about a given effect in react
Synthesis of Malachite and Verdigris
October 24, 2012
Partner: Megan Johnson
1. Mass of Cu2(OH)2CO3 = 221.12 g
2. Limiting reactant = CuSO4 * 5H2O
3. Observations: The Copper solution dilute
Experiment 4 Post-lab
1. The exothermic salts were LiCl and CaCl2, but KCl was an endothermic salt. The findings
were accurate with our prelab findings. The experiment showed that the salts reacted
accordingly with their H values.
25 mL Volumetric
100 mL Beaker
100 mL Graduated
of Water (mL)
Experiment 3: Understanding Numer
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