Procedure: I used a ruler, thermometer, and scale to take measurements. I used a graduated cylinder, short step pipet, scale, and ruler to determine volume and density. I used a volumetric flask, graduated pipet, pipet bulb, scale, and glass beaker to determine concentrations and densities of various dilutions.
Procedure: Using distilled water, premeasured containers and objects determine displacement of fluids and density of objects. Use ice and heat measure temperatures in Celsius, Fahrenheit and Kelvin.
There are several sources of error to this experiment due to random and systematic errors. The only source of random error was the measurement that we took through the graduated cylinder which was only accurate to the nearest 1%. We took the largest error from this one percent, which was +/- 3. The largest relative error this yielded was only 3%, so this did not affect how precise this experiment was too much. We can still make this more precise by making the masses of the water larger. For example if we started the masses at 300mL and went up by 50mL, the largest error this would yield would be 2% due to the largest error being +/- 5. This would cause smaller errors in the amount of water.
To start off the lab we did simple measurements with two different rulers, both measuring in centimeters but had different amounts of divisions on the second one making its measurements more precise. The first item to measure was a 13 x 100 mm test tube, again using the two different ruler’s metric ruler A and metric ruler B. After recording the measurements with the accurate rounding, we did the same steps to measure the diameter of a watch glass and an evaporating dish.
CHM130 Lab 6 Exploring Density Name A. Data Tables Place your completed Data Tables here Part IIIa (3 points) Volume of water in graduated cylinder (mL)10 mlMass of rubber stopper (g)11.15Volume of water and rubber stopper (mL)16.5 Part IIIb (6 points) Volume of water in graduated cylinder (mL)20Mass of iron nail (g)3.66Volume of water and iron nail (mL)20.5 Part IV (20 points) Type of Aluminum FoilMass (g)Length (cm)Width (cm)Volume (cm3)Thickness (cm)Regular.63g15 cm 10.02 cm.21 cm3.0014 cm Heavy Duty.97g15 cm10.01 cm .36 cm3.0024 cm B. Follow Up Questions Show all work for questions involving calculations. Part I Use the concepts/vocabulary of density to explain why the liquids formed layers in Part I of the procedure. (8 pts)
Introduction: Accuracy and precision were the major aspects of the lab. Accuracy is how close the average of the measured values are to the actual value. Precision is the closeness of repeated measurements. In the lab, the aim was to get as close as possible with both accuracy and precision when determining the mass and volume of the spheres. The mass was determined by weighing the spheres on the Analytical Scale and Triple Beam Balance Scale. The volume is determined by measuring with a ruler and by water displacement. The standard
When all the knowledge in the world fails to bring you happiness in life, where do you turn? In the case of the Glass Siblings, the answer to this question is spiritual enlightenment. Specifically, they are interested in Eastern religious philosophies. References to these philosophies – such as Taoism, Buddhism, and Hinduism – are found throughout the Glass novellas. The beliefs of the various members of the Glass family are frequently revealed through the children they encounter or observe. Throughout the Glass stories, small children are portrayed as spiritually advanced, with much to teach adults.
In this experiment, The purpose of this experiment is to investigate the measurement of the actual volume contents of volumetric glassware. In the beginning of the experiment, the volumetric glassware should be clean and dry before used. The volumetric glassware, measuring cylinder and pipette should be handled with care and all the precautions were be taken during the experiment was held. This was to ensure to avoid any errors such as parallax error especially while reading water meniscus. This experiment must be repeated three times or more and take the average reading to get more