General chemistry - Calibrating a thermometer, boiling point of water

Oct 8th, 2015
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These pre lap questions + the two uploaded pictures( chapter 2 + post lap questions )

1.why does one calibrate a thermometer?

2.calculate the boiling point of water if the atmospheric pressure is 630 mm Hg.

3. Calculate the density of rectangular solid, which has a mass of 25.71 g. It is 2.30 cm long 4.01 cm wild, and 1.82 cm high

4. A 10-mL pipette delivers 9.99, 10.01, 9.97, and 10.08 mL in an experiment. Calculate the mean value and the average deviation from the mean.


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