My spouse and i. Objectives
A. Able to use Bunsen Burner
B. Present to handle fluids and shades in research laboratory.
C. Basic safety and Electric power balance.
M. To show familiarity with being able to locate volume of a liquid. 2. Equipment.
A. Bunsen Burner
B. Rubberized Hose
D. Electric Equilibrium
E. Crucible Tongs
Farrenheit. Piece of paper
G. Gas and Knob
L. Copper Cable
I. 2 . 75g of Sugar
J. Test Conduit
K. Graduated Cylinder
вЂўPut on Safety Goggles.
вЂўBunsen Burner Research laboratory
oAttach Rubber hose to gas line
oTurn Precious metal knob table clockwise to permit gas
oOpen ports to get air.
oTurn gas on
oLight with striker the Bunsen Burner
oAdjust gas to calm steady flame.
oUsing crucible tongs maintain piece of copper for five seconds more than Bunsen Burner in different parts of the flame oTurn off Bunsen Burner applying gas knob
oZero out Electric powered Scale.
oPut 2 . 75g of Sweets on Paper
oFold Tray by 50 % and put sugar in small check tube.
oRinse and dispose of materials
o3 different numbers of water in Graduated Cyl and record. oMeasure mass on level to find excess weight or mass of normal water
oDivide weight by volume level
oFor Sugar Laboratory I observed the weight of the Sugars and noticed it transfer to the shape of the test pipe when make the test tube. oDuring Water piping Lab We observed water piping change from water piping brown shade, to a gray silver shade. oWater lab I observed the assessment between quantity and mass. Mass (g)Volume (mL)Density (g/mL)
3. 94. 90. 79591837
33. 4834. 810. 96179259
49. 5850. 50. 98178218
вЂўThis research laboratory has shown the data was collected generally responsible through consistency in the Water lab. вЂўIn theory even when you replace the amount of liquid the density rate of water should not change because you are changing the parameters only. вЂў This reveals almost reliability because we have densities much the same on the three several attempts because...