Thanks a lot! I'm from Indiana and had to do this lab already, first I thought it would be kinda fancy. But thanks!
They gave us 4 metals and the 4 solutions of those metals (We knew which metals corresponded to which solutions, it was given) and then we had to dip each metal into each solution (Haha I didn't notice that we knew which solutions went to which metals XD so I put the metal into it's own solution (DUMB!!! TIME WASTER!!!!) And then from there we had to make observations and determine the activity series (Dude, The second sheet of paper they gave us was a 'COPY' sheet so I accidentally wrote all over it when I had it under my original data sheet. Again, DUMMMMMB). From there, we had to determine the standard reduction potential from 3 given voltages where the most active metal's voltage is set to zero.
It was a fun neat little logics puzzle. (Though I knew my observed data was different from what it was supposed to be because in my calculations from their given voltages from a few of the reactions, I got them out of order. Oops! But oh well
Congrats to BDJH, RMS, LASA, and everyone from SLHS