Safety Rules. Common Laboratory Glassware and Equipment. 1. Densities of Some Liquids and Solids. 2. Specific Heat of Substances. 3. Chromatography. 4. Determination of the Percent by Mass of the Components in a Mixture by Thermal Gravimetric Analysis. 5. Self DirectedThermal Insulating Materials. 6. Reaction Stoichiometry. 7. Types of Chemical Reactions. 8. Identifying Metal Ions and Inorganic Compounds by their Chemical Interactions. 9. Gravimetric Analysis of a Chloride, Sulfate, or Carbonate Compound. 10. Emission Analysis of Aqueous Solutions of Group IA and IIA Metal Salts. 11. Determination of Chromium (VI) Concentrations via Absorption Spectroscopy. 12. Determination of the Concentration of Acetic Acid in Vinegar. 13. Solubility, Polarity, Electrolytes, and Nonelectrolytes. 14. Self-DirectedDetermination of the Cause of a Fish-Kill in the Clark Fork of the Columbia River. 15. Self-DirectedQuality Control for the Athenium Baking Soda Company. 16. Gas Laws. 17. Colligative Properties. 18. Soaps and Detergents. 19. Heats of Chemical and Physical Processes. 20. Hess's Law. 21. Determination of the Heat of Neutralization of a Variety of Strong Acids and Bases. 22. Dystan Medical Supply CompanyCold Packs and Hot Packs. 23. KineticsReaction Orders. 24. Chemical Equilibria. 25. Determining the Equilibrium Constant for a Reaction. 26. Determining Ka of an Acid by Titration and from pH. 27. pH and Buffer Solutions. 28. Self-DirectedIdentifying an Unknown Weak Acid. 29. Quality Control for GlassEx Window Cleaner. 30. Determining the Iron Content in Cereal. 31. Analyzing the Chemical Content of Chromite. 32. Determining the Time Interval Between Doses of a Cardiac Drug. 33. What is in This Container?
Experiments in General Chemistry: Featuring MeasureNet / Edition 1by Bobby Stanton, Lin Zhu, Charles "Butch" Atwood, Charles H. Atwood
Pub. Date: 04/12/2005
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Laboratory Experiments In General Chemistry Featuring Measurenet is the first self-directed laboratory manual to incorporate experiments conducted with MeasureNet -- an innovative, network data collection system that introduces students to "real world" chemistry. With the new use of MeasureNet, experiments are more precise, only requiring small quantities of chemicals, making the lab safer and environmentally friendly. This laboratory manual is designed to first prepare students for the laboratory setting through conceptual and technique experiments. Students then work to solve a multi-component question, utilizing what they learned in previous experiments. Through this approach, and with the help of MeasureNet's modern electronic data collection, analysis, and reduction, students truly prepare themselves for conducting chemistry in a professional setting!
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