Write a ProfessionaL Chemistry Lab Report "Acid Base Titration"

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This lab report should be at least 1000 words.

Attached is a digital version of the Lab Report Rubric my professor be using to grade my lab reports. I've also attached a digital version of the Glassware Uncertainty Handout and the lab worksheets from Page 01-07.

Please follow the instructions carefully. Thank you very much.

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Section Title: (1 point Maximum) (Use the name of the lab) 0 points No Title/Title is illegible or irrelevant. 1 point 2 points 3 points Legible Title relevant to the lab Purpose: (1 point Maximum) No Purpose section (What is the reason for this lab? What Section is illegible concepts will be explored in the lab? What Section does not cover the lab performed hypothesis will be tested?) Legible purpose that answers at least one of the questions: • What is the reason for this lab? What concepts will be explored in the lab? • What hypothesis will be tested? *Note: original data should be included but points will be awarded in the Data Collection and Safe Lab Practices. Theory: (2 points Maximum) • Define of key term(s) • Explain Key Concept(s) • Include chemical or mathematical equations (when applicable) No Theory Section Section is illegible Section does not define key terms, explain key concepts, include chemical or mathematical equations (if applicable) Theory section present and legible Section includes some but not all of the following: • Definitions of key term(s) • Explanations of Key Concept(s) • Includes chemical or mathematical equations (when applicable) Theory section is present and entirely legible Section includes all of the following: • Definitions of key term(s) • Explanations of Key Concept(s) • Includes chemical or mathematical equations (when applicable) Calculations/Graphs: (2 points Maximum) Show any work needed for calculations Show any graphs (if needed) No Calculations/Graph Section Section is illegible Section is missing key calculations or graphs Calculations/Graphs section is present, legible, and includes some but not all of the following: • Calculations shown (including units) • If applicable, graphs is shown and includes title, axis labels, and fit lines (if needed) Calculations/Graphs section is present and entirely legible Section includes all of the following: • Calculations shown (including units) • If applicable, graphs is shown and includes title, axis labels, and fit lines (if needed) Results: (3 points Maximum) No Results Section Briefly describe and summarize the results Section is illegible of the lab Results section is present and mostly legible Section is missing key results Results section is present and legible Results section is present and mostly Sections summarizes and describes some legible but not all of the results Sections summarizes and describes all of the results Conclusions: (3 points Maximum) Includes any reference values and their source Discusses the accuracy of the results Discusses the precision of the data Discusses possible sources of error and what steps to take in the next experiment to minimize them No Conclusions Section Section is illegible Conclusions section is present, mostly legible, but is missing most of the following: • Reference values • Discussion of accuracy • Discussion of precision • Discusses possible sources of error and what steps to take in the next experiment to minimize them Conclusions section is present, legible, but includes some but not all of the following: • Reference values • Discussion of accuracy • Discussion of precision • Discusses possible sources of error and what steps to take in the next experiment to minimize them Post Lab Questions: (3 points Maximum) No Post Lab Questions are answered Section is illegible Post Lab Questions are answered but no work is shown Questions are answered, work shown, but Questions are answered, work is shown, some incorrect answers. and all answers correct Conclusions section is present, legible, and includes all of the following: • Reference values • Discussion of accuracy • Discussion of precision • Discusses possible sources of error and what steps to take in the next experiment to minimize them

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