chem1115 f09 V Parker - Chemistry 1115 Laboratory Fall...

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Chemistry 1115 Laboratory Fall Semester, 2009 Professors in Charge: Vernon D. Parker, W 345, 797-1697, vernon.parker@usu.edu Office hours: M, T, Th 1:30-2:30 Doug Harris, W 335, 797-1609, doug.harris@usu.edu Office hours: M, W 10:30 – 11:15 Teaching Assistant: P.R. Joshi, p.r.joshi@aggiemail.usu.edu In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodation will be made for all persons with disabilities in order to assure equal participation in Chem 1115. Please meet with your Teaching Assistant and Dr. Parker during the first week of labs to make arrangements. Lab Fee (required): $55.00 used for the purchase of equipment and supplies for the lab. Lab Text (required): "Chemistry 1115 (or Chem 1130) – General Chemistry Laboratory” Catalyst – The Prentice Hall Custom Laboratory Program for Chemistry Lab Notebook (required): "Student Lab Notebook" from the USU bookstore (carbon-copy pages absolutely necessary) Course Objectives: Chem 1115 laboratory experiments are designed to complement the Chem 1110/1120 lecture courses. The experiments deal with basic chemistry techniques, assessment of data, synthesis of compounds, determination of chemical composition and characteristics, spectroscopy, chemical separations, and the characterization of reactions. Schedule: (Experiment numbers refer to those in the Lab text) Lab Week 1 Exp. #1, Check in and Basic Lab Techniques, p. 1 09/16 W Lab Week 2: Exp. #2, Separation of the Components of a Mixture, p. 21 09/23 W Lab Week 3: Exp. #3, Chemical Reactions, p. 33 09/30 W Lab Week 4: Exp. #4, Chemical Formulas , p. 47 10/07 W Lab Week 5:
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2009 for the course CHEM 151 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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