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  1. Since this is an antilog equation, my teacher said that propagating concentration uncertainties from pH is beyond the scope of IB Chemistry syllabus so I would have to do another way. He said that I should " calculate half the range of the pH values for each variation." What does this mean???? For context, let's say my pH is 2.13 +/- 0.05 and my H+ concentration is 7.41E-3. How would I get the uncertainty of it? thank you so much 🙂
  2. Hi~ I am writing my physics IA, and have come across a problem: I have data for six trials, and when I am calculating the uncertainty of its average values, which of the two methods should I use?: 1. (max-min)/2 method 2. standard deviation Should I use the first method or the second method for my average uncertainty for six trials? Which one is the method that is generally approved by IB and is capable of getting a level 7 in the internal assessment? Thank you!!
  3. I am calculating for the vitamin C concentration of different fruits and using the formula = Molar mass of vitamin c x concentration of DCPIP x volume of DCPIP used. I am confused on how to search for the uncertainty value. Can someone please help me???? Thank you very much!
  4. Hello everyone, I am doing my ee in physics. I'll get straight into it without wasting anyone's time. So basically in my results after conducting the experiment I have two values for the electron to mass ratio of an electron (e/m ratio). The independent variable was changed in the experiment and it was conducted in two parts therefore leading to two values, one for each part. The values are: 1.96*1011 ±8.63*1010 2.01*1011 ±1.09*1011 Finding the values required using the gradient of the graph results. Therefore to get the errors the uncertainty on the graphs were c
  5. Hi there!, Could someone tell me why, the answer to this question is B? I don't understand why the uncertainty of B is higher than A. Thanks!!
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    Uncertainty Calculation

    A burette reading is recorded as 27.70 cm3 +/- 0.05 cm3. Which of the following could be the actual value? I 27.68 II 27.78 III 27.4 A I and II B I and III C II and III D I, II, III I'm not how to solve this, but I used the total error equation to dtermine which one had less of an error - that would be the actual value and I got C. Not sure if it's right?
  7. The graduated cylinder is measured by millimeters, but there is an additional mark that divides each milliliter in half. In other words, between 5 and 10 milliliters, there would be 4 markings. Is the uncertainty recorded to the tenths or the hundredths place?
  8. is there any easy way of calculating uncertainties with long and tedious formulas? (ex: cylinder V= 1/4 x pi x d2 x h) I've just started IB and uncertainties are confusing me as its only been 3 days and I feel very stressed because i think everyone in my classes finds them really simple
  9. Hehey! thanks for your help I am calculating the number of moles of ascorbic acid. mass = 0.250 +- 0.001 Mr = 176.12 n = mass/Mr = 0.00142 rounded up to 0.001 (to have the same amount of decimal places) (& +- 0.001, because it is dividing by a fixed value with no error). So the percentage uncertainty is 100% ????? hahaha hope not if so I am incredibly screwed
  10. Hey there! so there are maany 'theories' about the number of significant figures and/or decimal places that all the data needs to have. Some say that all the values have to have the same sig. fig. Some say that all the values need to have the same decimal places. Some say that the experimental data should have the same sig fig between them, but not compared to uncertainties. Other say that the uncertainties should have the same amount of decimal places, but not when comparing it to experimental data. Whaat?? So I attach one of the tables (in form of plain text) - it is a minor one, to show
  11. Hello IBers, I need help on some things about my chemistry lab: - Let's say I'm measuring how temperature changes over time in a reaction between HCl and Na. Do I have to include an uncertainty for my time? By the way, I was using a vernier lab quest to record this data. - Also, on logger pro, how do I add error bars for my data points using the uncertainty of the temperature probe used in the experiment? I know that the uncertainty of the probe is +/- 0.2 degrees celcius, however, I'm not too sure how to add error bars that also consider the standard deviation. Help would be much ap
  12. Hello. I need help with my biology IA. How to calculate the uncertainty for rate of reaction (ml/min)? i know there are two uncertainties, one for the beaker (+/- 0.05) and the other one for the stopwatch (+/- 0.01 min). Do I write both?
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    Quantum Mechanics EE

    Hey everybody, I've been working on my EE, so I'd like to give a brief overview of what I'm doing, maybe if you guys could give me some kind of suggestion/advice? I'm trying to calculate the time it'd take for a pencil to fall when trying to balance it on its point. I'm taking the point of the pencil as an infinitesimally small point. I'll either take it as a cone on a rod, or as a infinitely thin rod with all the mass concentrated at one point (sort of like an unstable pendulum). Classical mechanics suggests that it's possible to put it in (unstable) equilibrium if you get the required
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    Had this lying around in my physics folder, very useful!
  15. I have searched the whole internet for weeks, read IB Physics books, and looked everywhere for clues on how to calculate uncertainties in physics, but nothing helps. So lets say this is my data: h, m t1, s t2, s t3, 2 ±0.05 ±0.05 ±0.05 ±0.05 1 0.10 1.35 1.31 1.35 2 0.15 1.72 1.70 1.71 3 0.20 1.99 1.95 2.05 Then when I look for t(ave) I find the averages go like this: 1) 1.34 2) 1.71 3) 2.00 So now
  16. Hey guys, so I am using Photoshop to measure some things for my extended essay with the ruler tool. However, I have been trying to think how to get the uncertainty of the tool as I need it to make the calculations and analyze the data. I have sent an email to my supervisor yet he has not responded me and even searched on the internet hoping that I would get some kind of idea or guide that would help me figure it out.... but nothing, and I have my draft due in a week! I hope any of you guys know anything about this! and if not, thanks anyways! ^^
  17. Hello everyone! I have problem with my Design project in IB Chemistry HL. My research question is: how does the concentration affect the value of experimentally determined enthalpy? I have collected the necessary data, I've created a graph of temperature change versus concentration - it shown the positive linear correlation. After that I have plotted the graph of enthalpy change versus number of moles. As we know, enthalpy is amount of heat changed per mole of a substance. It does not change with the number of moles, it is a constant. Thus, the graph should look in the form y=c, where c=const.
  18. Hello! I need help with my physics lab report because i have no idea how to work out the uncertainty. If my experiment gives 3 values for 3 different trials: - 340±14 - 350±15 - 360±16 So that the mean would be 350 but what is the uncertainty of the mean? I did google this and found 3 possible ways of doing this: (360 – 340)/2 = 10 (using the range of the all the values) ((360+16) – (340 – 14))/2 = (376 – 326)/2 = 25 (using max and min values) (14 +15 +16)/3 = 15 (using the uncertainties in the values) So what method should I use? Should I quote the answer as 350±10 or 350±25 or 350±15 ? and
  19. Hello fellows! I need some help with uncertainty. If the empty crucible weight 27,63g and the crucible with a compound weight 30,72g. What is the uncertainty for the both of them? How do I calculate it , please explain. Thanks for respond!
  20. Hi guys, I'm sorry that the title is a little vague, but I really couldn't come up with anything more clever. So, this is the case: For my lab report I needed to calculate the the acid dissociation constant of an unknown weak monoprotic acid. The values which I could measure were mass (the acid was pure), volume and ph (plus the molar mass of the acid given by the teacher). So to simplify the process, I derived a fancy formula that allows me to do it in one step, instead of going through like five of them (don't worry, I've checked the correctness a million times, so there are no errors in thi
  21. Guys, i'm currently in my first year of IB. I have a chemistry IA for titration due tomorrow. I know this is a very simple question but please help! For example I have an equation : H2SO4 + 2NaOH -> 2H2O + Na2SO4 mole of NaOH = 0.05 mols with uncertainty ± 0.01 mols To find the mole of H2SO4 I need to divide 0.05 mols by 2, since the ratio of H2SO4 : NaOH is 1:2. Now what is the uncertainty of the H2SO4??? do i divide it by 2 or is it the same??
  22. Hi I have values like 4 grams, 3g,4g,9g,10g I measured this using kitchen scale. It does not say any uncertainty on the scale 1) So should I include uncertainty in the lab report (+- 1g)??? 2) If you are say do the uncertainty, then I have to calculate the mean for these numbers. What do I do? Do I have to first change uncertainties into percent uncertainties, then add them, then turn them back into absolute uncertainties for the final value??? My kitchen scale rounds rumber to nearest whole number
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