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Discussion The lab that I have completed has many important factors within it Theory to application is one factor that you deal with in this lab Also you use mass-mass calculation and quantitatively to evaluate the lab and calculate the yield Some of the basics in this lab are learning more about acids and bases along with practicing lab safety techniques When you are dealing with mass-mass calculations you will always have the expected value and your value By doing this you are able to use both of these values to calculate your deviation and percent loss in the easiest way I have been taught I however think that when using mass-mass calculations there is a risk for error When you make a mass-mass calculation you do them one step at a time Then when proceeding to the next step you will use your previous value that you have just found and plug it into your next equation I think that by using a process like this one you have a very high chance of error All you have to do is make one miscalculation or transfer of a number from a equation to another and it will ruin the whole problem Instead of only having to make one correction you would most likely have to redo the problem because of the step by step process it would affect the whole problem Theory to application means to take what you have accomplished on paper and then physically do it or prove it Albert Einstein showed that matter can be changed to energy He also showed that energy can be changed to matter Einstein expressed this relationship in his famous equation Emc2 Smoot Robert Price Jack Smith Richard Chemistry A Modern Course He was able to prove this onto paper but he was not able to physically prove it The main reason why he could not prove this is because at the time this was
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