This paper is on DETERMINATION OF THE EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT OF BROMOCRESOL GREEN. MUST BE NOT PLAGIARIZED, SHOULD INCLUDE ALL CALCULATION BASED ON THIS VIDEO AND FILE.
DETERMINATION OF THE EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT OF BROMOCRESOL GREEN
MUST BE NOT PLAGIARIZED, SHOULD INCLUDE ALL CALCULATION BASED ON THIS VIDEO AND FILE YOU SHOUD WRITE LAB REPORT WITH ALL TABLE IN THAT
Episode 0: KCC, Fall20, Chem 12, Bromocresol Green Acid/Base Indicator, Introduction (Only)
Episode 1: KCC, Fall 20, Chem 12, Bromocresol Green Indicator, Introduction & Preparation of Solutions
Episode 2: KCC, Fall 20, Chem 12, Bromocresol Green Indicator, Peak Wavelength at Maximum Absorbance
Episode 3: KCC, Fall 20, Chem 12, Bromocresol Green Indicator, Effect of pH on Absorbance of BCG
Watch the Demo Lab video from beginning to end
Enter the data from the Demo Lab into your hard copy Data Tables
Complete the Calculations on your hard copy Worksheet
Complete the Graphs using MS Excel (if required)
Complete the Questions on your hard copy Worksheet
Prepare your Lab Report using MS Word •
Include all data sheets
Firstly, Include all calculations sheets. Calculations should be in an easy to read for the instructor.
Secondly, Include responses to questions on a separate piece of paper indicated in the experiment description
Thirdly, Include any additional work as assigned by your instructor in the video.
Part 1 – The purpose of the experiment What was the purpose of this experiment? Also, what were you trying to do? Note this is not the procedure but rather a summary of the goals of the experiment. The purpose of this experiment was to illustrate the various types of measurements that are done in the chemical laboratory and in the workplace.
Part 2 – The procedures used In this section, you outline what procedure was followed. If this procedure was given in a handout or is in a text, then all you need to do is identify that particular reference rather than rewriting the entire procedure. The procedure for this experiment was also provided in the handout “Measurement in the Chemistry Laboratory” by Mendeleev (1868). Additionally, information was list in the textbook/lab manual “Chemistry “by Noble (2005There).
Part 3 – The results in this section, you list all the results you got, along with any class data that was collect. Also, also calculations, equations, reactions are include in this section. The results gathered in this experiment are provided in the data table on the following page.
Part 4 – The conclusion This is the part of the experiment where you draw conclusions about your lab work. Further, what do your results mean? Moreover, what did you learn from this experiment? This is not a restatement of your experimental results but an attempt to make some sense of the data. Finally, this is where the majority of writing takes place in a lab report.