• 14 Pages susb028
    Susb028

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    SUSB- 028 111 028 exercise Synthesis of Aspirin SUSB-028 Prepared by R. F. Schneider (Revised 1/13) purpose To explore the chemical process of synthesis by synthesizing aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid). concepts [AspirinA Brief History] Already in ancient t

  • 32 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 9
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 9

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    PP HHHHHH H H H CH3 CH3 CH3 H O O O OH O O O P O HO ET E O O O O CH3 H DP E I D EN T I FI CAT I ON OF PLAST I CS P LD E P PV C H HH HH HH HH HH H 1 2 3 4 5 6 S Cl H Cl H Cl H Cl H Cl H O bjecti ves: T o exami ne chemi cal and physi cal pr oper ti es pr of

  • 23 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 8
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 8

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    TITRATION OF SA AND ASA WITH NaOH pH vs VOLUME OF NaOH ADDED 14 a K p 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 10 20 30 40 pH 300 mg SA VOLUME OF ADDED NaOH Na OH IDENTIFICATION OF AN UNKNOWN WEAK ACID TEST EXERCISE (105 points) M M E Purpose: To determine the molar mass and pKa

  • 42 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 7
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 7

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    HO O OH SA A ASPIRIN PURITY BY T pHITRATION C O CH3 SA O C OH O Na OH Finishing Last Exercise Your synthesized aspirin should be completely dry by now. You can weigh it (on the top-loading balance) and calculate your percent yield. If your melting point l

  • 38 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 6
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 6

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    NK LA B CH CH2 N Fe N N N CH3 CH CH2 H3C H3C CH3 CH2 HOOCCH2 CH2 CH2COOH COLORIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF IRON IN MULTIVITAMINS & AN UNKNOWN LAST EXERCISE (105 pts) TEST c A =* b Obj100 Objective: Determine weight of iron in a multivitamin pill and concentra

  • 33 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 5
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 5

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    O C OH O C O CH3 ASPIRIN ACETYL SALICYLIC ACID A TRUE WONDER DRUG 3 EXERCISES DEAL WITH ASPIRIN SYNTHESIS pH TITRATION COLORIMETRIC DETERMINATION OBJECTIVE: To synthesize aspirin, isolate the product and perform some tests of its purity. CONCEPTS: Synthes

  • 35 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 4
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 4

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    d - [MG - + dt - ] Obj104 Kinetics of Dye Bleaching Chemistry including time Click to edit Master subtitle style CH3 H3C N + CH3 CH3 Cl- C N H3C N CH3 ]m G+ [M - ]n kH [O Objective: Examine the kinetics of the reactions by which a dye is bleached Concepts

  • 23 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 3
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 3

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    COMPLEXOMETRIC TITRATION OF CALCIUM CALCIUM Click to edit Master subtitle style OBJECTIVE: To determine the calcium content of an unknown substance by complexometric titration. CONCEPTS: End/Equivalence Point Ligands (complexers) Polydentate Ligands Compl

  • 44 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 2
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 2

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    T H+(aq) + OH- * H2O q H Calorimetric Determination of Reaction Enthalpies CH C H3COOH + OH- Click to edit Master subtitle style C H3COO- + H2O 1/10/11 3C OO H Cl N H aO H Purpose: De rm @ Hdis, thee te ine nthalpy ofdissociation of Ace Acid. I .e H for t

  • 19 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 1
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 1

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    CHE 134 Introductory Chemistry Laboratory (Adds) Remain for Lecture Todays Pre-Lab Lecture Who is who? What do we need to buy? What will we do? What are the rules? How do we get help? What if were absent? Can we get a little help from our friends? Are the

  • 31 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 10
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 10

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    DETERMINATION OF VITAMIN C TEST EXERCISE (105 POINTS) 11 I2 DETERMINATION OF VITAMIN C KI TEST EXERCISE (105 POINTS) 3 O I K I- TI TE R 22 Objective: To de rm VITAMIN C conte of an te ine nt Unknown Concepts: Oxidation/Re duction I odom try e Optical Acti

  • 29 Pages CHE134 Summer Lecture 11
    CHE134 Summer Lecture 11

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    ELECTROCHEMISTRY AND THE NERNST EQUATION OBJECTIVES: STUDY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHEMISTRY AND ELECTRICAL ENERGY QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS BY ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS BACKGROUND AN ELECTOCHEMICAL CELL INVOLVES A FLOW OF ELECTRON WHICH IS ACCOMP

  • 6 Pages 134p11m
    134p11m

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    4/22/11 1 2 ATTENTION Schedule Change ! Checkout Week including Final Quiz is moved to: May 2 May 5 Make-ups will be administered on: Monday, May 2 at 5:30 PM Make-ups are only for students who have excused absences on 1 or more exercises. Students who c

  • 1 Page susb018prob4
    Susb018prob4

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    Susb-018 Problem 4 4. 16 fl oz. of a certain sample of juice contains the recommended daily allowance (60 mg). Given that 1 quart = 0.95 L and that there are 32 fl oz. in a quart, what volume of this juice (in mL) will contain 100 mg of vitamin C? How muc

  • 3 Pages susb002b
    Susb002b

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    SUSB- 002 15 002 general information Lab Check-In Procedure SUSB-002 (Rev 1/13 by R.F. Schneider) 1. Laboratory room assignments are made as part of the registration process each semester. All laboratories (6 rooms numbered 202210 and also labeled AF) are

  • 13 Pages susb001b
    Susb001b

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    SUSB- 001b 1 001 general information Philosophy, Requirements, and Procedures SUSB-001b (Rev 1/13) contents 1. Course Philosophy 1. Course Philosophy This course is the second semester of a yearlong introductory chemistry laboratory course. Like CHE 133,

  • 13 Pages supl005
    Supl005

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    Supplement SUPL- 005 185 005 supplement Some Comments on Spectroscopy SUPL-005 Prepared by R. F. Schneider (Revised 01/12) The color of objects has always fascinated human beings. The discovery that sunlight can be broken up (dispersed) into a spectrum (l

  • 14 Pages supl004
    Supl004

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    Supplement SUPL- 004 171 004 supplement Some Comments About Graphing SUPL-004 Prepared by R. F. Schneider (Rev 01/12) Graphs are an important means of displaying both experimental data and computed quantities. The presentation of data in a graph often per

  • 1 Page SUSB 53
    SUSB 53

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

  • 36 Pages 03_LectureOutlines
    03_LectureOutlines

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    Chapter 3 Vectors and Motion in Two Dimensions Topics: Vectors, coordinate systems, and components Projectile motion Circular motion Sample question: The archer fish shoots a stream of water droplets at an insect. What determines the path that the droplet

  • 1 Page Old Lab Quiz (1)
    Old Lab Quiz (1)

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    1. The graph on the back of the page shows the pH vs. the buret reading in the titration of a 100 g of a weak acid with 0.0625 M NaOH. The initial buret reading was 4.00 ml before any NaOH was added. A) What is the volume of NaOH was added at the equivale

  • 13 Pages spec20
    Spec20

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    ThevisibleUVspectrometerweusepermitsthe quantitativedeterminationoftheabsorptionand transmissionoflightinthewavelengthrange 200nm*900nmbyaclearliquidsample. Thedeviceconsistsofsimplecomponents. MONO CHROMATOR SLIT SOURCE SAMPLE * We actually encounter a l

  • 6 Pages CHE 134 Final Review
    CHE 134 Final Review

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

    SUMMER 2010

  • 1 Page S25C-110042811040
    S25C-110042811040

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

  • 1 Page fcvitc
    Fcvitc

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    READ & DO PRE LAB SUSB018 START TITER OR UNKNOWN? TITER UNKNOWN WEIGH 100 mg VITAMIN C OBTAIN UNKNOWN WEIGH, DISSOLVE, etc WEIGH 150 mg UNKNOWN TITRATE WITH KIO3 ADJUST WEIGHT DISSOLVE, etc. NO LAST RUN? TITRAT

  • 12 Pages supl001
    Supl001

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    161 Supplement SUPL- 001 001 supplement Analysis of Experimental Reliability Prepared by R. F. Schneider (Revised 3/09) SUPL-001 concepts An essential part of any quantitative laboratory measurement is an understanding of the reliability of the measuremen

  • 14 Pages supl004
    Supl004

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    173 Supplement SUPL- 004 004 supplement Some Comments about Graphing Prepared by R. F. Schneider (Rev 3/09) SUPL-004 Graphs are an important means of displaying both experimental data and computed quantities. The presentation of data in a graph often perm

  • 12 Pages supl005
    Supl005

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    187 Supplement SUPL- 005 005 supplement Some Comments on Spectroscopy Prepared by R. F. Schneider (Revised 3/09) SUPL-005 The color of objects has always fascinated human beings. The discovery that sunlight can be broken up (dispersed) into a spectrum (li

  • 2 Pages lab2
    Lab2

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    CHE 134 SECTION 2 CALENDAR SYLLABUS SPRING-2009 State University of New York at Stony Brook Department of Chemistry Lecture: Lab: Friday Monday 12: 50 PM - 2:10 PM, Rm. 100, Javits Lecture Hall 3: 45 PM, Rm. 319, Old Chem. Bldg. Date Lec. Date L

  • 2 Pages lab3
    Lab3

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    CHE 134 SECTION 3 CALENDAR SYLLABUS SPRING-2009 State University of New York at Stony Brook Department of Chemistry Lecture: Lab: Friday Tuesday 12: 50 PM - 2:10 PM, Rm. 100, Javits Lecture Hall 9: 25 AM, Rm. 319, Old Chem. Bldg. Date Lec. Date

  • 1 Page lab6
    Lab6

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    CHE 134 SECTION 6 CALENDAR SYLLABUS SPRING-2009 State University of New York at Stony Brook Department of Chemistry Lecture: Lab: Monday 12: 50 PM - 2:10 PM, Rm. 100, Javits Lecture Hall Wednesday 1: 50 PM, Rm. 319, Old Chem. Bldg. Date Lec. Dat

  • 5 Pages 134p01
    134p01

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    Who's Who Prof. Robert Schneider, Lecture 2 & Secs 2 & 5 Dr. Hasan Yumak, Lecture 1 & Sec 7 Prof. Elizabeth Boon, Sec 6 Prof. Peter Tonge, Secs 3 & 4 Dr. Mohammad Akhtar, Coordinator of Laboratories & Sec 1 Course Requirements Must acquire before ne

  • 4 Pages 134p05
    134p05

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    3/10/2009 OBJECTIVE: To synthesize aspirin, isolate the product and perform some tests of its purity. CONCEPTS: Synthesis Product Starting Material Theoretical yield Percent yield Temperature dependence of solubility Organic functional groups Conden

  • 2 Pages fcthermo
    Fcthermo

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    CALIBRATE CALORIMETER PREPARE HOT & COLD WATER T HOT H2O T COLD H2O t=0 to t=3 t=0 to t=3 READ & DO PRE LAB SUSB053 START NEXT STEP HOAc NEUTRALI ZATION HCl NEUTRALIZATION PREPARE NaOH & HOAc PREPARE NaOH & HCl T NaOH t=0 to t=3 T HOAc

  • 1 Page fcplasticprop
    Fcplasticprop

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    READ & DO PRE LAB SUSB019 START NEXT ACTIVITY THIN FILM AUTHENTIC UNKNOWN FOR IR SAMPLES SAMPLE NO RUN IR SPECTRUM ALL TESTS DONE ON AUTHENTIC SAMPLES ANALYZE IR SPECTRUM YES MELTING MELTING BURNING BEILSTEIN APPEARANCE DENSITY BEHAVIOR POINT BEHAVIOR

  • 1 Page fcphunk
    Fcphunk

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    READ & DO PRE LAB TO SUSB014 START METER CHECK pH WEIGH 200 mg UNKNOWN DISSOLVE IN WATER pH METER OK? ADD WATER SET UP APPARATUS TITRATE WITH pH METER TITRATE WITH INDICATOR CALCULATE WEIGHT FOR 25 mL PLOT

  • 1 Page pre lab 15 001
    Pre Lab 15 001

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: Introductory Chemistry Lab II

  • 12 Pages spec20
    Spec20

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    ThevisibleUVspectrometerpermitsthequantitative determinationoftheabsorptionandtransmissionof lightinthewavelengthrange200nm*900nmbya clearliquidsample.Thedeviceconsistsofsimple components. MONO CHROMATOR SLIT SOURCE 37.7 SAMPLE * The actual lower waveleng

  • 4 Pages 134p11
    134p11

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    4/24/2009 Objective: Examine electrical consequences of some chemical reactions and derive some chemically useful information from electrical measurements Concepts: Oxidation / Reduction Cell/Half Cell Concentration Cell Solubility Product Basic Electrica

  • 1 Page fcaspirin
    Fcaspirin

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    READ & DO PRE LAB SUSB028 START ADD 10 mL ICE USE EXTENSION CLAMP IN HOOD! SET UP APPARATUS; BEGIN HEATING WATER CHILL FLASK IN ICE BATH 125 mL ERLENMEYER: CLEAN, DRY SET UP FOR VACUUM FILTRATION WEIGH 1g SA INTO FLASK ADD 25 mL ICE

  • 1 Page fccalcium
    Fccalcium

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    READ & DO PRE LAB SUSB017 START PILL OR UNKNOWN PILL UNKNOWN OBTAIN UNKNOWN & 75 mL EDTA OBTAIN PILL & 75 mL EDTA COMPUTE REQUIRED WEIGHT GRIND PILL ADJUST WEIGH, WEIGHT DISSOLVE, etc NO TITRATE WITH EDTA WEIGH 100 mg UNKNOWN DISSOLV

  • 1 Page fcelectro
    Fcelectro

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    READ & DO PRE LAB SUSB056 START WHAT TO DO NEXT? CONC. CELLS SOLUBILITY PRODUCT STD POTENTIALS CHECK CHECK VOLTMETER & VOLTMETER & ELECTRODES ELECTRODES SET UP SET UP + REFERENCE Ag REFERENCE Ag+ ELECTRODE ELECTRODE SET UP 2nd Ag+ PREPARE AgX ELECT

  • 1 Page fciron
    Fciron

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    READ & DO PRE LAB SUSB015 PILL, BEER's LAW OR UNKNOWN START PILL BEER'S LAW UNKNOWN OBTAIN UNKNOWN PREPARE DILUTIONS GET STOCK DISSOLVE PILL SOLUTION IN 6M HCl PREPARE GRAVITY DILUTIONS FILTER ADD REAGENTS PREPARE & WAIT 10 min SOLUTION A MEASUR

  • 1 Page fckinetics
    Fckinetics

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    READ & DO PRE LAB SUSB023 START PLOT DATA & DETERMINE + SPECTROMETER: , 0%, BLANK ORDER wr to MG DETERMINE BEER'S LAW SLOPE FOR MG+ PREPARE MG+ & NaOH EQUILIBRATE TO ROOM TEMP PREPARE MG+ & NaOH t = 0; MIX SOL'NS START

  • 1 Page fcphasp
    Fcphasp

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    READ & DO PRE LAB TO START SUSB012 & READ SUPL006 CHECK pH PURE SA DISSOLVE IN ETHANOL ADD WATER TITRATE WITH INDICATOR CALC EMM WEIGH 200 mg SYNTH ASA DISSOLVE IN ETHANOL PARTNER 1 PARTNER 1 WEIGH 200 mg P ARTNER 2 PARTNER 2 WEIGH 200 mg METER

  • 4 Pages 134p06
    134p06

    School: SUNY Stony Brook

    Course: General Chemistry Laboratory II

    3/14/2009 Objective: Determine weight of iron in a multivitamin pill and concentration of iron in an unknown solution - colorimetrically COLORIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF IRON IN MULTIVITAMINS & AN UNKNOWN TEST EXERCISE (105 pts) Concepts: Complexation

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