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Mykon
Do we have to know alternative experiments?

Im wondering if we have to know the diferent ways to do a specific experiments. For exemple: Mandatory experiments number 3 "To measure the relative molecular mass of a volatile liquid using ***************** has 2 ways of doing it in my book "3A" and "B (alternative method to 3A) In 3A it says "using a conical flask" while in 3B it says "using a gas syringe" I guess im asking if i need to lern the 2 ways or if i can chose one and just lern that one way.


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Ben_Carcu
Ben_Carcu
I don't really think you have to know it both ways exactly, just be familiar with the fact that in 3A it's using the "conical flask" and in 3B it's using the "gas syringe" because in the exam they might ask you a short question talking about using the "gas syringe", for example, but maybe you used the "conical flask", so just to be able to talk about it broadly is what you need. My teacher just tells us to learn whichever way we do it class, so maybe ask your teacher. Idon't even think you need to have both write-ups done (just the method you used in class). Hope this helped
Mykon
Mykon
Thx for the input, This is purely for study in my school we dont do the write-ups.
Ben_Carcu
Ben_Carcu
Oh ok then, np
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