PRE-LAB QUESTIONS1. What is meant by Amax?The Amax is ne wavclenqm eLight tmathe solute avsor bs most Strengy2. What is the concentration of a solution whose absorbance is 0.264 if the pathlength of the lighttraveling through the solution is 1.5 cm and the molar absorptivity is 49.3-L. mol1 cm1?3. Can you accurately calculate the concentration of a solution whose molar absorptivity is 36.2 Lmol cm when the pathlength is 1.0 cm and the absorbance is 0.0177? Why or why not 1. What is meant by Amax?The Amax is me uavclengm ighthe Solute aosor bs most Strongy2. What is the concentration of a solution whose absorbance is 0.264 if the pathlength of the lighttraveling through the solution is 1.5 cm and the molar absorptivity is 49.3-L mol-1 cm1?3. Can you accurately calculate the concentration of a solution whose molar absorptivity is 36.2 Lmol cm when the pathlength is 1.0 cm and the absorbance is 0.0 177? Why or why not?

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PRE-LAB QUESTIONS
1. What is meant by Amax?
The Amax is ne wavclenqm eLight tma
the solute avsor bs most Strengy
2. What is the concentration of a solution whose absorbance is 0.264 if the pathlength of the light
traveling through the solution is 1.5 cm and the molar absorptivity is 49.3-L. mol1 cm1?
3. Can you accurately calculate the concentration of a solution whose molar absorptivity is 36.2 L
mol cm when the pathlength is 1.0 cm and the absorbance is 0.0177? Why or why not
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PRE-LAB QUESTIONS 1. What is meant by Amax? The Amax is ne wavclenqm eLight tma the solute avsor bs most Strengy 2. What is the concentration of a solution whose absorbance is 0.264 if the pathlength of the light traveling through the solution is 1.5 cm and the molar absorptivity is 49.3-L. mol1 cm1? 3. Can you accurately calculate the concentration of a solution whose molar absorptivity is 36.2 L mol cm when the pathlength is 1.0 cm and the absorbance is 0.0177? Why or why not

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1. What is meant by Amax?
The Amax is me uavclengm igh
the Solute aosor bs most Strongy
2. What is the concentration of a solution whose absorbance is 0.264 if the pathlength of the light
traveling through the solution is 1.5 cm and the molar absorptivity is 49.3-L mol-1 cm1?
3. Can you accurately calculate the concentration of a solution whose molar absorptivity is 36.2 L
mol cm when the pathlength is 1.0 cm and the absorbance is 0.0 177? Why or why not?
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1. What is meant by Amax? The Amax is me uavclengm igh the Solute aosor bs most Strongy 2. What is the concentration of a solution whose absorbance is 0.264 if the pathlength of the light traveling through the solution is 1.5 cm and the molar absorptivity is 49.3-L mol-1 cm1? 3. Can you accurately calculate the concentration of a solution whose molar absorptivity is 36.2 L mol cm when the pathlength is 1.0 cm and the absorbance is 0.0 177? Why or why not?

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To solve this problem we can use beer’s law equation:

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A xlxc E-molar absorptivity 1-path length c-concentration

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Concentration of the g...

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A xlxe A c 1xe 0.264 15x49.3 0.294 c0.00397 c3.97x10

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