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    I start my coursework practical in two weeks. I have chosen to do the iodine clock reaction between iodide ions, hydrogen ions and hydrogen peroxide. I am quite stuck as to what the detailed method is for this investigation, ie. how to prepare standard solutions, altering concentrations of each mixture etc. Could someone please guide me as to what to do, or any good websites or exemplars of the method for this coursework. Or even any tutors who could explain to me exactly how to approach this?
    Thanks, really any help is appreciated
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    I'm in the same boat, I've just started the same reaction, I'm ok with preparing solutions, but my lecturer is of the opinion that this is an "individual" investigation and uses the time to catch up with his marking.

    So any help as to what to do, or any good websites or exemplars of the method for this coursework. would be great, I could pass the help on to the rest of the class as we are all pretty much stumped
 
 
 
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