posted by .

Refer to the calibration curve shown in the experiment. If the absorbance of the solution is 0.400, what is the concentration of the iron in that solution? Show or explain how you arrived at your answer.

  • Chemistry -

    I don't have your calibration curve.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. chemistry

    why do you need to construct a calibration curve when doing spectrophotometric determinations?
  2. Chemistry

    Do I solve this by multiplying 1.8645 by 1.14?
  3. chemistry

    Expressing concentration in units of μg/mL or mg/mL are common in biochemistry, where accurate molecular weights of biomolecules are not always known. The plot below is the standard curve of a Bradford assay, a colorimetric method …
  4. Biochemistry

    Can someone help me calculate protein concentration using the Bradford Assay?
  5. Science

    Propose a series of concentration to be used for calibration curve. If an unknown solution produced a result outside the range of the calibration curve, how could this be solved?
  6. College Chemistry lab

    How do I Calculate the concentration of iron(lll) with absorbance measurement. Wavelength is 480nm, solution is 1 ml FeCl3 : 9ml HCl, absorption is .250A, concentration of stock FeCl3 solution is 0.00050M and stock HCl solution is …
  7. Chem

    Using the Absorbance (0.455) of your Unknown SCN- solution and the slope (3163.9) from your Calibration Curve, calculate the concentration of SCN- in the solution created from 5.0 mL 0.200 M Fe(NO3)3, 40.0 mL H2O and 5.0 mL SCN-. How …
  8. Chemistry

    Construct a standard curve (absorbance vs. concentration) using the following results. A 5mL, 10mL, 15mL,20mL aliquot of 0.010M sodium salicylate solution was diluted to 100 mL in four different volumetric flasks with the Iron (III) …
  9. Chemistry

    How do you create a calibration curve? How do you use a calibration curve to convert absorbance to concentration in mg/mL?
  10. Chemistry

    The spectrophometer was used to measure the absorbance of each of a series of [FeSa]+ solutions. A standard curve was construnceted by plotting the absorbance vs. concentration (M). The slope and y-intercept were found to be 1496 M-1 …

More Similar Questions