And to get around the distribution for th colorimeter, blend it first. simple.
I think that I know what I am doing but I'm not entirely sure what I should write for my hypothesis; I already know that the egg albumen is going to denature and so I am unsure as to what I am supposed to be mentioning. I haven't got any information which could suggest that the concentration that I am looking for is between 0.02 and 0.04.
Can someone please help, I've got to hand this in in a coupla days and I also have a german speaking test on the same day so I'm struggling to juggle revision and this.
And lay off her, there's still a lot of work involved in a-levels and its very easy to get overwhelmed by it all
That's got to be simpler than trying to understand the chemistry behind it, when we only have ten days to complete it!!
talk to your chemistry staff about the concentrations needed to get 0.1 mol.dm-3 CuSO4, its 294 g /litre to get 1 molar solution from the stuff we've got at school if that helps
it works as well as the calorimeter!
using a cross on a piece of paper is a good idea though, just judge whether you can see it or not
For example is tertiary, quaternary or globular.
And in the experiment what are the controls and variables?
Please can someone help
it doesnt have a quarternary structure