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In your own words explain why the half reaction method and the oxidation number method gives you the same result when you balance a redox reaction.
Lab 1 Measurement: Accuracy and Precision Answer questions and show work
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Please read the instructions on the attachments.
1 page summary
Use pubs.acs.org or jbc.org or pubmed.gov
You can use a full paper or just a short paper/note
The name of the journal has to have biochemistry on it!!
Hey, thank you for the previous assignment.
i want you to do a new task for me.
It’s Chem 100″Principle of Chem”
4 Online timed QUIZES
Per Quize 1 hr 30 min
Per Quize ” between 4-12 Questions”
I need an A and 100%
Question.1: In this assignment you need to plot graphs on excel for below?
· All data or numbers required for graph and calculations are in attached excel file.
· You can check online and for above 5. And if needed please add Colum and rows in excel.
· For more information about (how do I get results )see below in reference section .
Linearity Testing Results
Work to be done: For triplicate readings (see attached excel sheet) from each operator at each standard ‘% NaCl’ concentration, plot a graph of the calculated potentiometer reading (y-axis) versus the corresponding standard NaCl solution concentration used (x-axis) in MS Excel and calculate the following from the graph:
– Correlation coefficient
– Slope of Regression Line
– Standard Deviation (SD)
– Relative Standard Deviation (RSD)
what volume of a 3.95M potassium chloride solution would be needed to make a 325 mL of a 2.67M solution by dilution chemistry
The freezing point of a 1 molar nonelectrolyte such as ethylene glycol is . What is the freezing point in degrees C of a 1.79 molar potassium chloride solution?
Calculate the osmolarity of a solution made from a 1.876 % (m / v) solution of KBr dissolved in water.