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<u>Adenosine solution concentrations (M)</u>  <u>Adenosine solution concentrations (M)</u>  
  <u>Volume stock solution added (  +  <u>Volume stock solution added (μL)</u> 
<u>Inosine solution concentrations (M)</u>  <u>Inosine solution concentrations (M)</u>  
  <u>Volume of stock solution added (  +  <u>Volume of stock solution added (μL)</u> 
    
3.00x10<sup>5</sup>  3.00x10<sup>5</sup>  
  3.  +  3.66 
4.80x10<sup>5</sup>  4.80x10<sup>5</sup>  
  6.  +  6.08 
    
2.50x10<sup>5</sup>  2.50x10<sup>5</sup>  
  3.  +  3.05 
4.00x10<sup>5</sup>  4.00x10<sup>5</sup>  
  5.  +  5.06 
    
2.00x10<sup>5</sup>  2.00x10<sup>5</sup>  
  2.  +  2.44 
3.20x10<sup>5</sup>  3.20x10<sup>5</sup>  
  4.  +  4.05 
    
1.50x10<sup>5</sup>  1.50x10<sup>5</sup>  
  1.  +  1.83 
2.40x10<sup>5</sup>  2.40x10<sup>5</sup>  
  3.  +  3.04 
    
1.00x10<sup>5</sup>  1.00x10<sup>5</sup>  
  1.  +  1.22 
1.60x10<sup>5</sup>  1.60x10<sup>5</sup>  
  2.  +  2.03 
    
0.50x10<sup>5</sup>  0.50x10<sup>5</sup>  
    +  0.610 
0.80x10<sup>5</sup>  0.80x10<sup>5</sup>  
    +  0.101 
    
RANDOM: 0.25x10<sup>5</sup>  RANDOM: 0.25x10<sup>5</sup>  
    +  0.305 
RANDOM: 0.40x10<sup>5</sup>  RANDOM: 0.40x10<sup>5</sup>  
    +  0.506 
}  }  
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September 3, 2013ObjectiveExecute procedure for making several dilutions of adenosine and inosine solutions, measuring adsorption spectra, constructing calibration curves, performing statistical analyses, and determining concentration of 'unknowns' using calibration curves. Procedure PrepStock Solutions and DilutionsAdenosine MW: 267.24g/mol
DataAbsorption SpectraCalculations and AnalysisDetermine the standard deviation for your data points. Calibration CurvesDetermining Unknown's Concentration
