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*Unknown from: Zach, Eleni, Moira
 
*Unknown from: Zach, Eleni, Moira
*Concentration determined from our calibration curve: 1.164x10<su>-5</sup>
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*Concentration determined from our calibration curve: 1.164x10<sup>-5</sup>
 
*Concentration determined from class calibration curve:
 
*Concentration determined from class calibration curve:
 
*Actual concentration:
 
*Actual concentration:

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September 4, 2013

Objective

Continue procedure from yesterday.

Data

Absorption Spectra

2013 0904 inosine spectra.PNG<br.> All peaks at 249nm. <br.>

Calculations and Analysis

Determine the standard deviation for your data points.<br.> Determine the confidence interval for 90% and 95% confidence.<br.> Determine if any data can be ruled out using a Q-test.<br.>

Calibration Curves

2013 0904 inosine calibration curve.PNG

Determining Unknown's Concentration
  • Unknown from: Zach, Eleni, Moira
  • Concentration determined from our calibration curve: 1.164x10-5
  • Concentration determined from class calibration curve:
  • Actual concentration: