# Dr. Bob

Okay so I got the 39% from 5 runs on the spectrometer from volumetric flasks from 100-500 mL filled just sodium acetate,hydroxylamine hydrochloride

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1. and phenanthroline and distilled water all this was put into those flasks before my iron solution the professor wanted us to do this so we could see the wavelength on the spectrometer

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2. If you did a wavelength scan on the spectrometer to see where the maximum was, then that should be included in the discussion. If you had 5 runs, then you should include the values obtain with each run, then show the average and give some kind of precision, either percent or whatever your prof wants.

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3. So should it also be introduced into to the methods part to since I had to do that as part of my methods. And you want me to put the equations into my discussion part of the lab report of each run the equations are y=mx+b or should I put that in the result part

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4. I would put the scan part in the methods and explain in some detail what you did. In the discussion part you will want to give thre results; i.e., where the minimun and maximum was and what you used. You may want to include, also, WHY you used the maximum absorbace for that wavelength and not some other wavelength that you could have picked.

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