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Essay heading: % Copper In An Ore
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Date added: June 14, 2005
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We then added de-ionized water to bring the volume of solution up and continued the process. We repeated the adding of de-ionized water and the stirring of solution until no more blue color remained in the solution and no further copper plating was observed. Spectrophotometric Analysis of Cu in an Ore In order to find the spectrophotometric analysis of Cu in an Ore, we made a 0...
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We then confirmed that are blank cuvettes read 0 on the Genesys spectrophotometer . We then measured the 0.500 M Cu2+ absorbance of wave length every 25 nm until reaching 950 nm. We then found our wavelength at which A is a maximum and repeated measuring every 5 nm. We then diluted our solution further using a pipette adding 20 ml, 10 ml, and 5 ml to three separate 25 ml volumetric flask and diluted to the calibration line and swirled vigorously...
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