Beer’s Law Lab Explained: Absorbance vs. Concentration

Introduction: According to Beer’s Law, A=Ebc, under ideal conditions, a substance’s concentration and its absorbance are directly proportional: a high-concentration solution absorbs more light, and solution of lower concentration absorbs less light. Since concentration and absorbance are proportional, Beer’s Law makes it possible to determine an unknown concentration of phosphate after determining the absorbance. The…

Dihybrid Cross Practice Problems

Directions: Complete the following Dihybrid Cross problems. Identify the gametes from each parent. Complete a Punnett Square for the cross Identify the genotypes and phenotypes for the potential offspring. Find the phenotypic ratio for the potential offspring. Betta (Chinese/ Siamese fighting fish) Characteristics [Upper Case= Dominant & Lower Case= Recessive] B= Blue Tail                                                         b= black…

Titration Lab: NaOH with Standardized solution of KHP

Aim To standardize a sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution against a primary standard acid [Potassium Hydrogen Phthalate (KHP)] using phenolphthalein as indicator. Variables Independent variables Mass of KHP (mKHP) Volume of KHP solution Dependent variables Volume of NaOH added [since the colour change will not happen at exactly the same volume of NaOH added (VNaOH)] Controlled…