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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide For Chem 101L Final Exam 1. Names, uses , and differences of Chemical Glassware Erlenmeyer flask vs. a side-arm flask Volumetric pipette vs. graduated pipette Volumetric flask vs. graduated cylinder vs. beaker Burette, cuvette, pipette, etc. Recognize and identify glassware near front of manual (pg. vii, viii) 2. Safety rules &amp; guidelines from lab and manuals What clothing is appropriate/inappropriate? What do you do if you catch on fire? Something else catches on fire? Something gets in your eye? Etc. Why should you not wear contacts in lab? 3. Review all pre-lab lectures &amp; try last years learning devices (available by download on blackboard) Experiment 1: Nothing, as far as I can tell Experiment 2: Scientific Measurment and Error Precision Accuracy Experimental Error Systematic/Determinate Error Random/Indeterminate Error Significant Figures Gaussian/Normal Distribution Mean/Average Standard Deviation Degrees of Freedom Reproducibility Q-test Analytical balance Weighing boat, crucible, weighing bottle Weighing by difference Burette Surface Tension Meniscus Graduated Cylinder Disposable Pipette Know the difference between TC and TD glassware, their uses, and why the difference exists Know how to calculate the mean, standard deviation, and how &amp; when to apply the Q-test Know how to use an analytical balance, a burette, and a pipette Know how to read a burette &amp; graduated pipette Be able to look at the mean &amp; standard deviation of a data set and draw conclusions about the precision and accuracy of the experiment Mouth pipetting is NEVER permitted Any unused solution must NEVER be returned to the reagent bottle Experiment 3: PASCO sensors &amp; Chemical Reactions Dissolution Solubility Solute-Solute, Solute-Water, &amp; water-water interactions Coulombic Attraction Hydrated Hydration Energy vs. Lattice Energy???...
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2010 for the course CHEM 101L taught by Professor Austell during the Spring '08 term at UNC.
- Spring '08