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Unformatted text preview: Chemical Principles I Laboratory Name: Major: Phone: E-mail: Instructor: Room: Locker Number: Revised 11/2004 ________________________________________________________________ CONTENTS __________________________________________________________________ Safety Procedures and Rules for Chemistry Laboratory work ii Grading Scheme for the Course iii Laboratory Notebooks and Reports iv Statistical Treatment of Data vii Lab Instructions Exp I - Density of Solids and Metric Measurements 1-1 Exp II - Density of Liquids and Use of Volumetric Glassware 2-1 Exp III - Separation of Components of a Mixture 3-1 Exp IV - Preparation of Compound(s) and Empirical Formulas 4-1 Exp V - Percent Composition of Compounds 5-1 Exp VI - Chemical Reactions and Writing Balanced Equations 6-1 Exp VII- Reactions of Copper, a Transition Metal 7-1 __________________________________________________________________ P AGE i _________________________________________________________________ _ SAFETY PROCEDURES AND RULES FOR CHEMISTRY LABORATORY WORK _________________________________________________________________ _ [ 1] Eye protection must be worn whenever experiments are in progress in the lab, whether the experiments are being conducted by you or by a fellow student. Any teaching assistant, faculty member, or safety officer may ask that you leave the laboratory if you fail to comply with this or any other request. [ 2] There will be no eating, drinking, or smoking in the laboratory. Consumables should not be brought into the laboratory because of risk of contamination. [ 3] Wearers of contact lenses are discouraged from using them in the lab. Some chemicals and vapors can cause permanent stains to some lenses, and any chemicals that might get into the eye could be trapped between the eye and the contact lens, causing permanent damage. [ 4] Laboratory coats or aprons are not required, but they are highly recommended to protect your body and clothing. RIT is not liable for any damage to clothing. [ 5] Bare feet are not allowed in the lab. Stepping on spilled chemicals or broken glassware is not a pleasure! [ 6] Labs are intended to be informative, interesting, and, yes -- fun, but “horseplay” has no place in the laboratory. [ 7] Your laboratory work space should be cleaned before leaving. Any special disposal or chemical spill problems will be announced by your instructor. [ 8] To protect the environment, please follow all special instructions for chemical waste disposal as announced by your instructor. [ 9] Report all accidents in the lab (cuts, burns, etc.), even if you think they are minor. [10] As your parents asked, “Did you wash your hands?” -- you should, before leaving the lab....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2010 for the course CHEM 205L taught by Professor Langner during the Fall '08 term at RIT.

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