Distinguish linear range, dynamic range, and range.
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Kyle LaPage CHEM 1046-Allison Moore (12129) 2/9/2016 Post Lab-Exp. 2 1. The law of conservation of energy says that energy cannot be created, nor destroyed. It can only change by transforming or transferring. This is extremely applicable to this experiment and solar panels in general. A solar panel takes the solar energy and transforms it into electrical energy. The energy that was absorbed is not lost; it simply changes into a different form of energy. 2. a. Preparation of the Carbon Coated Counter Electrode This step was completed before we came to the laboratory. It was significant because the graphite deposit on the glass is a carbon layer that catalyzes the triiodide to iodide reaction. This enables the electrons to reduce triiodide back into iodide in a redox r
Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
Author: Daniel C. Harris
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