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ANALYSIS OF THE ELECTRONIC SPECTRUM OF IODINE

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M. CLORES1, I.J. DE LA FUENTE1, AND M.J. GARRERO2 (CAMBRIA 11, SMALL CAPS, BOLD)
1INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE
2DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, DILIMAN, QUEZON CITY, PHILIPPINES (CAMBRIA 11, SMALL CAPS, ITALIC)
DATE PERFORMED: JUNE 4, 2016 (CAMBRIA 10, SMALL CAPS)
INSTRUCTORS NAME: INGUITO, J.N. (CAMBRIA 10, SMALL
CAPS) (2 SPACES, CAMBRIA 10)

1. Question (Cambria 11, Bold, Aligned L)


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Do not forget to indent at the beginning
of every paragraph. Make your answer very 1.5

Absorbanc
concise. That is, state only what is asked.
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Answer in full sentences. Include references.
Books or journal articles are preferred. If you 0.5
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choose to cite websites, .edu sites are
acceptable. Do not forget to include an in-text 0
citation before the sentence ends1. The first -15 5 25 45
reference cited should correspond to the first ppm Fe
reference listed under the References section.
Figure 2. Calibration plot of absorbance vs.
For multiple references, use a comma to
separate them 2,3. You may opt to mention the ppm Fe (y=0.0395x + 0.0001, R2=0.9994)
name of the author according to a study by Label figures and graphs accordingly.
Gomez3. Lastly, make sure the text is justified. Figures have their labels below them and
(Cambria 11, Justified) centered. Tables have theirs above and
aligned left. To illustrate further, the lead
2. Question (Cambria 11, Bold) contents (ppm) of the three (3) herbal tea
Should you use figures or tables, supplements were determined (Table 1). This
introduce them first. For example, Figure 1 shows that you do not have to always say,
illustrates the direct, linear relationship Table 1 summarizes or Table 2 presents.
between the concentration of the fluorophore Table 1. Lead content (ppm) of herbal tea
and the fluorescence intensity. Do not forget supplements X, Y, and Z (n=3, 95%
to cite your figures. confidence level)

Brand ppm Pb
X 5.05 0.02*
Y 4.95 0.01
Z 3.17 0.03
*Exceeds limits set by WHO6

Figure 1. Membrane indicator electrode1

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REFERENCES (include at least 3 credible
publications i.e. books or journal articles)
[1] Skoog, D.A.; West, D.M.; Holler, F.J.; Crouch,
S.R. Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry,
9th ed.; Brooks/Cole: USA, 2014; pp 305-
308.

[2] Vandenabeele, P.; Edwards, H. G. M.;


Moens, L. A Decade of Raman
Spectroscopy in Art and Archaeology.
Chem. Rev. [Online] 2007, 107, 675-686.
http://pubs.acs.org/cgibin/article.cgi/chr
eay/2007/107/i03/html/cr068036i.html
(accessed Mar 19, 2007).

[3] National Library of Medicine.


Environmental Health and Toxicology:
Specialized Information Services.
http://sis.nlm.nih.gov/enviro.html
(accessed Aug 23, 2004).

Notes:
** [1] example for citing a book (indicate
page(s); [2] example for citing an online
journal article; [3] example for citing a
website
** Use the ACS format of citing references (a
quick guide can be found at the following
site:
https://www.libraries.psu.edu/content/d
am/psul/up/pams/documents/QuickGuid
eACS.pdf)
** Also a more detailed guide can be found at
http://pubs.acs.org/userimages/ContentEdi
tor/1246030496632/chapter14.pdf
** Be sure you get the page numbers right.

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