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CH 210C ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Spring, 2008 Section Page 1. GENERAL INFORMATION 2 2. SAFETY INFORMATION 2 3. ATTENDANCE 3 Make-Up Policy 3 4. LABORATORY PROTOCOL 3 Assigned Reading 3 Pre-Lab Quizzes 4 Lab Notebook 4 Samples 5 Chemicals 5 Due Dates for Reports 5 5. ORIENTATION 6 In-Lab Information 6 Library Information 6 6. CHECK-IN 7 7. DROP PROCEDURE 7 8. GRADING PROCEDURE 7 9. POLICY ON CHEATING 8 10. TA OFFICE HOURS 8 11. FACULTY COURSE COORDINATORS 9 12. COURSE WEB PAGE 9 13. CHECK-OUT INSTRUCTIONS 9 14. LABORATORY EQUIPMENT FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 10 15. HINTS TO MINIMIZE FRUSTRATION IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 11 16. WORK SCHEDULE 12 Lab Report Due Date Schedule 12 Experiments 12 17. SUPPLEMENTS 19 A. Flowchart for Resolving Registration Problems 19 B. Recrystallization of Acidic or Basic Products 20 C. Accessing Prelab Questions 21 D. Methyl Benzoate 22 E. Methyl Orange 23 F. Polymers 26 1
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION REGISTRATION PROBLEMS If you are having difficulty in completing your registration for the laboratory, consult Supplement A for the procedure to follow to resolve any problems. PRE- and CO-REQUISITES Pre- and co-requisites for CH 210C listed in the Course Schedule. Important: Because the lecture and laboratory courses are co-requisites of each other, dropping one of them requires that you drop the other as well, unless the drop occurs during the final 2 laboratory periods of the term. Pre- and co-requisites will be checked and students not meeting the requirements must drop the course. REQUIRED or RECOMMENDED COURSE MATERIALS A. Experimental Organic Chemistry, Fourth Edition, by J. C. Gilbert and S. F. Martin, Saunders College Publishing, 2006 (Required). B. Lab Notebook: A “carbon copy” notebook with quadrille-ruled pages with page numbers. The recommended notebook will be sold by Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society at the beginning of each term (Required). The carbon copy pages cannot be yellow. C. Two (2) Combination Locks: These must be sturdy combination locks. UT Chem locks are available at the University Co- op. You MUST have them for check-in. Otherwise you will not be allowed to check into the laboratory until you have obtained the required locks. See p. 7 or this document for information regarding your responsibility for your equipment (Required). D. UT ID card: Bring your UT ID card to every laboratory session. It is needed to obtain items from the stockroom. 2. SAFETY INFORMATION If you are pregnant now or become pregnant during the semester, you must immediately consult with the coordinator about your eligibility to continue in this course. CLOTHING Street Clothes: Shorts or short skirts cannot be worn in the laboratory at any time , with or without a lab coat . Your shirt must at least have short sleeves and cover your torso, i.e. , tank tops are not permitted. Note:
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course CHEM 3420 taught by Professor Watson during the Spring '08 term at University of Mary Hardin–Baylor.

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