Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry Laboratory Manual / Edition 10 available in Paperback
The most comprehensive General, Organic, and Biochemistry book available, this tenth edition continues its tradition of a solid development of problem-solving skills, numerous examples and practice problems, along with coverage of current applications. Written by an experienced author team, they skillfully anticipate areas of difficulty and pace the book accordingly. Readers will find the right mix of general chemistry compared to the discussions on organic and biochemistry. Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry, Tenth Edition has clear & logical explanations of chemical concepts and great depth of coverage as well as a clear, consistent writing style which provides great readability. An emphasis on Real-World aspects of chemistry makes the reader comfortable in seeing how the chemistry will apply to their career.
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Table of Contents
To the Student and Safety Guidelines.
Laboratory Rules and Safety Procedures.
1. Laboratory Techniques.
3. Preparation and Properties of Oxygen.
4. Preparation and Properties of Hydrogen.
5. Calorimetry and Specific Heat.
6. Freezing PointsGraphing of Data.
7. Water in Hydrates.
8. Water, Solutions, and pH.
9. Properties of Solutions.
10. Composition of Potassium Chlorate.
11. Double Displacement Reactions.
12. Single Displacement Reactions.
13. Ionization-Electrolytes and pH.
14. identification of Selected Anions.
15. Quantitative Preparation of Potassium Chloride.
16. Electromagnetic Energy and Spectroscopy.
17. Lewis Structures and Molecular Models.
18. Boyle's Law.
19. Charles' Law.
20. Liquids: Vapor Pressure and Boiling Points.
21. Molar Volume of a Gas.
22. Neutralization-Titration I.
23. Neutralization-Titration II.
24. Chemical Equilibrium-Reversible Reactions.
25. Heat of Reaction.
26. Distillation of Volatile Liquids.
27. Boiling Points and Melting Points.
29. Alcohols, Esters, Aldehydes, and Ketones.
30. EsterificationDistillation Synthesis of n-Butyl Acetate.
31. Synthesis of Aspirin.
32. Amines and Amides.
35. Glucose Concentration in Sheep Blood.
36. Amino Acids and Proteins.
37. Paper Chromatography.
38. Ion-Exchange Chromatography of Amino Acids.
39. Identification of an Unknown Amino Acid by Titration.
40. Enzymatic Catalysis-Catalase.
42. Cholesterol Level in Sheep Blood.
1. Significant Figures.
2. Formulas and Chemical Equations.
3. Preparing and Reading A Graph.
4. Using a Scientific Calculator.
5. dimensional Analysis and Stoichiometry.
6. Organic ChemistryAn Introduction.
1. Significant Figures and Exponential Notation.
3. Names and Formulas I.
4. Names and Formulas II.
5. Names and Formulas III.
6. Equation Writing and Balancing I.
7. Equation Writing and Balancing II.
8. Equation Writing And Balancing III.
9. Graphical Representation of Data.
11. Stoichiometry I.
12. Gas Laws.
13. Solution Concentration.
14. Stoichiometry II.
15. Chemical Equilibrium.
16. Oxidation-Reduction Equations I.
17. Oxidation-Reduction Equations II.
19. Alcohols, Esters, Aldehydes, and Ketones.
20. Functional Groups.
21. Synthetic Polymers.
23. Amino Acids and Polypeptides.
25. Molecular Models and Isomerism.
26. StereoisomerismOptical Isomers.
1. Suggested List of Equipment.
2. List of Reagents Required and Preparation of Solutions.
3. Special Equipment or Preparations Needed.
4. Units of Measurements.
5. Solubility Table .
6. Vapor Pressure of Water.
7. Boiling Points of Liquids.
8. Waste Disposal Requirements for Each Experiment.
Periodic Table of Elements.
Atomic Masses of Elements.
Names, Formulas, and Charges of Common Ions.