C251_Notebook_F2008 - Chemistry 2510 Introductory...

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Chemistry 2510 Introductory Experimental Organic Chemistry Fall 2008 Laboratory Notebook Read in Fessenden, Fessenden, and Feist pp 8-12. All information necessary to safely perform an experiment must be in your notebook, as you will not be allowed to bring anything except your notebook into the lab (i.e. no text, lab handouts, etc.). There may be unannounced, spot checks of the notebooks, including safety information, at anytime during a lab. These spot checks will assign points to certain information and these points will part of the overall lab notebook grade/safety policy adherence grade in the course. The laboratory notebook must be a sewn notebook (not spiral or glued) with stiff covers. There are several styles that you may use. One convenient notebook, because it includes a copy page and is pre-numbered, is “Student Lab Notebook” by Hayden McNeill Specialty Products. These are available at the bookstore. A less expensive choice would be the “grade school” marbled- front notebook. They are inexpensive and are widely available. If you choose this type of notebook the pages need to be numbered by hand. Whatever style of laboratory notebook you select, be sure to follow the guidelines below.
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2008 for the course CHEM 2510 taught by Professor Russo,s during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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