# Lab Experiment DETERMINATION OF Kf BY SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS

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Hello there, this was a lab experiment. I have the data from the experiment which will be send to you. However, due to time restraints I can't complete the lab. I need someone to carefully go over each step. Answer every calculation and graph any data needed(use excel for any graph). Please make sure all questions are answered. Please use word document (nothing handwritten) if citing use ACS style, and for graph use excel only please. If you have any question let me know! The lab is from pg 52-56. Please check to see if the link is working! http://ars-chemia.net/Classes/102/manual/102_manual.pdf

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School: Carnegie Mellon University

Buddy, above is the complete assignment.
I managed to complete the assignement in time. Thank you
Other calculation done in excel and copied to word as tables

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Part I: Calibration curve,
h.
Solution #

[FeSCN^2]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Absorbence
0
0.0001
0.0014
0.0018
0.0022
0.0026
0.003
0.0034
0.0038
0.0042
0.0046
0.005

From the Bear’s law: A = ᵋcl
y = 388.4x; 3883.4 = ᵋl
so, ᵋ = 3883.4 M/1 cm = 3883.4 M/cm
[Fe(NO3)3] = 0.02M
[NaSCN] = 0.001M
Volume for NaSCN =1 ML

0
0.356
0.469
0.708
0.905
1.019
1.16
1.301
1.58
1.908
2.02
2.048
...

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Anonymous
Outstanding Job!!!!

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