Chapter 2 Experimental Techniques in Chemistry

The Experimental Techniques in Chemistry is an approach to research in which the researcher manipulates one or more variables, and measures any change in other variables. Laboratory and practical courses, where students become familiar with experimental techniques and learn to interpret data and relate them to appropriate theory, play a vital role in chemical education. The stem of the funnel should be several ______long so that it can extend a few centimeter down into the beaker? The rate of filtration through conical funnel can considerably ______ using fluted filter paper? The funnel should in turn be large enough for its rim to extend________ above the circumference of the paper?

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