part a calibration of a volumetric flask 1 using the data from trial 1
Part A: Calibration of a Volumetric Flask
1. Using the data from Trial 1 above and Table A2 in your procedure (The Density of Water at Several Temperatures), calculate the density of water at the given temperature. If by chance your water temperature measurements end in “.0” use an arbitrarily selected temperature to demonstrate the interpolation calculation. Include this sample calculation here.
2. Calculate the true mass of water using the buoyancy correction using the data from Trial 1 above.
3.Calculate the true volume of water contained within the 250.00 mL volumetric flask. Use the data from Trial 1 for your sample calculation.
4.Calculate and report the true mass and true volume for Trial 2. Determine the average volume of Trials 1 and 2. Does this average volume fall within the manufacturer’s tolerance for the volumetric flask.
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