2311 4 - Use Repipet Dispensers whenever possible to...

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Chemical Data Always look compounds up by Mol. formula For liquids only bpt necessary For solids only mpt necessary Density listed as: NOT refractive index listed as: For boiling points: d 25 4 0.9388 bp 760 168.5 o bp 60 90.6 o bp 10 51.7 o CHOOSE n D 20 1.48980
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Lab Protocols Never pipet directly out of a reagent bottle. Keep all chemicals on the shelves (soon to be labeled per section) Pipet bulbs should NOT be thrown away! They need to be reused. Return to bins under the blackboard, NOT your drawer. Stockroom only supplies a certain amount
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Unformatted text preview: Use Repipet Dispensers whenever possible to prevent chemical spills and save chemicals Federal Law All waste containers in hoods need to be capped when not in use. Each student should cap if no one else is in line and all capped at end of lab. Waste Hoods Each student should take a turn this semester exchanging out a full waste bottle There will be a NEW solid hazard organic waste container. Do NOT use acetone to transfer Keck Clamps...
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