CHE-143 Lecture

CHE-143 Lecture - CHE 143 Fall 2008 Thursday 8:20 AM CHE...

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CHE 143 Fall 2008 Thursday 8:20 AM
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CHE 143 Honors Intro Chemistry Laboratory DROPS: Room 319 Old Chemistry (See Dr. M. Akhtar or Prof Raleigh After Lecture) ALL OTHER CHANGES: (Adds etc.) Remain for Lecture Welcome
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Today’s Pre-Lab Lecture Who is who? What do we need to buy? What should we expect? What are the rules? How do we get help? What if we’re absent? Are we using unsafe materials or procedures? Can we ge help from our friends? Are course materials on the Web? What will we do next week? Today
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Prof. Daniel Raleigh Room 647 Grad Chemistry (6 th floor on the side which faces the SAC) Look for the office with the Picture of the Hippopotamus on the door ! Office Hours Thursday 1 to 3 PM or by appointment Dr. Mohammad Akhtar , Coordinator of Laboratories Chemistry lab-who’s in charge?
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Robin Knappe Preparation and Stockroom Who’s Who - Support Teaching Assistants Xiaokai Li Peter Mulundi Hee Nam Lim
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CHE 143 – Laboratory Manual Lab Notebook Combination lock Towel [Calculator] Must acquire before next lab meeting: CHE 143 Supplies: Available at Bookstore & Seawolves Market Prescribed Safety Goggles Available at Bookstore Course Requirements
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Should be able to reconstruct data sheets from notebook entries!!!!!! Composition book, Lab notebooks must be used ONLY to record data collection and analysis Not for lab lecture notes Not for other subjects Records must be kept in INK! Notebook is for real-time observations , not a diary to be reconstructed from memory. Line out errrorrs! NO WHITE OUT No Erasures By You Bound, Lab Notebook Lab Notebook Pre-numbered pages
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Lab EXERCISES Knowledge of Modern Terminology: Mastery of Modern Equipment Ideas, Powers of Observation Powers of Deduction Experimental Skills Ye shall not dispense water into oil of vitriol or muriatic acid require your developing: What will we do? What will we do? Arithmetic Skills
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Objects of study are usually everyday materials - sometimes called (disparagingly) e.g., solutions, foods, beverages such as "CHEMICALS" CHEMICALS
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Chemical Pix
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INGREDIENTS Purified Water Cocomide Propyl Betaine Vegetable Glycerin Peppermint Oil Fennel Extract Hops Extract Balm Mint Extract Olive Leaf Extract Ginger Extract Mistletoe Extract Allantonin ( sic ) Citric Acid Niacin Comphrey Extract Lemon Grass Oil Burdock Root Extract Sage Extract Rosemary Extract Chemical Free
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glycol stearate, ethylene brassilate, ethylparaben, phenoxyethanol and tetrasodium EDTA What’s it called? Nature’s
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