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Iodine Clock Reaction
Chemistry Materials from Ray Tedder

Materials that may help a student successfully complete the iondine clock lab and lab report.

Example of what a data table section might look like.  Your section may have additional tables or different information.  However, each lab report section must have a specified Roman numeral, and a section title.  Tables should have the table description written above it and numbered Table1 or Table 2 and so forth.  Note that these tables have no text in the same cells as the numbers.  Your measurement units should be written in the row or column headings, not in the cells with the measurements themselves.
 

IV.              Data Tables

 

Table 1.  Drops of KIO3 solution in 11 drops of

solution and the times for the reaction to take place

at 3 different temperatures.

Well #

KIO3 drops

Time

(in s)

at 13C

Time

(in s)

at 23C

Time

(in s)

at 33C

1

1

65

49

30

2

2

35

25

17

3

3

22

15

12

4

4

20

12

10

5

5

15

10

7

6

6

12

9

6

7

7

11

8

4

8

8

10

6

3

9

9

9

5

3

 
 
Below is an example of what a graph might look like.  Your graph may have different data.  However, all graphs should have the description written under them and should be numbered "Figure1." or "Figure 2." and so forth.  Also, all graphs should have a title centered above it, should have the x and y axes labeled so that anyone looking at it would know what was being measured, and should have the x and y axes labeled to show the units of measurement.

Example of what your graph might look like.
iodateclockreactiontimes.jpg
Take note of the format of this graph. This is the kind of formatting that all graphs should have.

Students or parents may contact the instructor for additional help.