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hi i need some help. i'm working on my chemistry investigation for advanced higher and i'm studying the ability of aspirin to transport copper around the body. how could i work out the concentration of copper carried across a semi-permeable membrane? would i use colorimetry? electrolysis? titration? ... please help
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hi i need some help. i'm working on my chemistry investigation for advanced higher and i'm studying the ability of aspirin to transport copper around the body. how could i work out the concentration of copper carried across a semi-permeable membrane? would i use colorimetry? electrolysis? titration? ... please help
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Depends on which copper salt do you use... if its copper II salts... colorimetry is fine... electrolysis is a no go.... titration is no good for graphing as it requires too much time and work...
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