The Effect Of A Catalyst On Reaction Rate

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Data Collection and Processing/Conclusion and Evaluation IA THE EFFECT OF A CATALYST ON REACTION RATE 2.0 Data Collection and Processing 2.1 Presenting Raw Data Table 1 – Raw data of the varying hydrogen peroxide concentration, in percentage, compared to the total volume in the test tube and the volume of foam, across multiple groups Table 2 – Observations of the foam created Amount of hydroxide peroxide solution Observations 0.0 No reaction occurred as distilled water was used, hence having no hydrogen peroxide solution. 0.5 A small amount of bubbles were produced as oxygen was converted from hydrogen peroxide and water by the catalase. 1.0 A moderate of bubbles were produced as oxygen was converted from hydrogen peroxide and water by the catalase. 2.0 A moderate of bubbles were produced as oxygen was converted from hydrogen peroxide and water by the catalase. 4.0 The most amount of bubbles was produced in this concentration as oxygen was converted from hydrogen peroxide and water by the catalase. 6.0 A large amount of bubbles were produced as oxygen was converted from hydrogen peroxide and water by the catalase. 2.2 Processing Raw Data Experimental data, that is where measurements are taken and manipulated, always involves variation. To assert this statistical tools such as the mean and standard and standard deviation as a percentage of the mean for the volume of foam created and the final volume to find a central tendency and dispersion.
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