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4.3: Differential Rate Law Lab Report

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    This page describes what you need to do to complete and submit the assignment.

    Class Data: Use this link to upload your data to class sheet, make sure to pick the tab with your lab section.

    The class data will automatically appear in your lab report, remember to use all of the data points for your report!

    Google Sheet Template: this link makes a copy of the lab template that you use to develop your Google Lab Workbook

    Google Form: for registering your workbook with your instructor

     

    Tasks

    This list outlines the tasks in submiting your report for experiment 4.2: Lab - Differential Rate Law

    1. At the end of class submit your data to the "Class Data Sheet" for your lab section in table \(\PageIndex{1}\)
    2. Click the Google Sheet Template and make a copy.  This will be your workbook and it will pull data from the Class Data Sheet.
    3. Share the workbook with your instructor and give you instructor full edit access (section 5 Google Workbook Basics)
    4. Submit the URL of your workbook to your instructor using the form in Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)
    5.  Fill out the fields in the workbook.  Orange ones are for data and calculated values that were calculated in previous tabs, blue are for calculated values being done on a specific sheet (tab).
    6. Once completed convert your entire Workbook to a PDF (not just the coverpage).
    7. Upload the PDF version of the entire workbook to the ADAPT system before the lab deadline using the File Submission Form below

    Note

    Self Check before turning in Lab Report

    Did I use the right experiments for each graph and use all of the class data? Figure 4.2.1

    Did I use the right concentrations for Ferric Ion, Iodide Ion, and Arrhenius Tabs (Hint we had the concentration tab for a reason, we want the conc at the moment of mixing)

    Did I use the correct value for my calculation of rate? Formula 4.2.16

    Do all my charts have a title and labels for the axes?

    File Submission 

    ADAPT \(\PageIndex{1}\)

     


    This page titled 4.3: Differential Rate Law Lab Report is shared under a not declared license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Robert Belford.

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