Question 4 : Final written procedure: 1) Make a table with 4 parts (clay size, mass, volume, density) and 3 trials. 2) Get 3 pieces of green modeling clay. 3) Cut and make sure the modeling clay is small, medium and large. 4) First measure the mass of each modeling clay with a triple beam balance to prevent the modeling clay from getting wet.
Now, they are ready to start the lab. The empty crucible is weighed by and the weight was recorded. Then the students used a disposable pipet and put close to 4.0 grams of their milk sample in their crucible on the scale. The crucible was then placed back on
Characteristic Property- Test 2- Density Materials: Triple Beam balance, distilled water, graduated cylinder, unknown 6 Procedure: first we found the mass of the empty graduated cylinder and then its mass with the now distilled unknown. After subtracting the mass of the graduated cylinder, we were able to find the volume. For every 1mL=1cm³ so there we had the volume found with the graduated cylinder. We divided the mass by the volume in order to get the density Data: We found that the density of our unknown was 0.76 g/cm3.
Then the flask was filled the rest of the way with distilled water to the mark. Similar steps were taken for the rock solution. The rock solution from the prior lab was filtered into a volumetric flask (100mL), then 15 M NH4¬OH (8mL) was added to the flask. After that, the flask was filled to the mark with distilled water. Both flasks were then swirled to combine the solution
Next, I removed the water and the quarter from the graduated cylinder and poured 50 mL of water again. I repeated this until I got results for all three coins. To find the volume of each coin, the formula I used was volume of water and coin - initial volume of water ( 50 mL ). To find the density, I divided the mass and the volume of each
Fill the well with 90ml dh20 to reach 100ml. move 10 ml of the second well to the third well. FIll the third with another 90ml dh20 to reach 100ml. Move 10 ml of the third well to the fourth well. Fill the fourth well with 90ml dh20 to reach 100ml.
Place the the beaker onto a hot plate that is on a low heat setting (about setting 3). Every 5 minutes for 20 minutes, measure the circumference of the balloon and record it in Data Table A. You can measure the circumference of the balloon by looping a piece of string around it then using a ruler to measure the string’s length. Record the data in the data
Coursework Equipment List • Boiling tubes (8) I will use these because this is where I will mix both the sodium carbonate and the strontium nitrate in order to form the precipitate. I need 8 because I am going to add 8 different amounts of strontium nitrate (1-8cm³) to the 8cm³of sodium carbonate. • Measuring cylinder (1) I will use this to measure the 8cm³ of sodium carbonate and the varying amounts of strontium nitrate to put into the test tubes. • Sodium Carbonate (enough to fill 8 boiling tubes with 8cm³/64cm³)
The volume was 1,980 mm^3 and the mass was 2.56 grams. After our initial measurements, we placed the first gummy bear in a plastic bag and sealed it. Then we gently dropped the other one in 150 mL of water. We then let both of those sit for 24 hours. The next day, we grabbed our cup and plastic bag, and began to take data.
He tilts the jug and pours water slowly into the second jug in a continuous manner till he empties the jug. He looks into the jug and keeps it on the tray. He points to the water spilled on the tray. When teacher said, “It’s all right to spill”, he lifts the second jug and pours water into the first jug.