Lab Syllabus - General Chemistry Laboratory Chem-110 - Fall...

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General Chemistry Laboratory Chem-110 - Fall semester of 2010 General information Location The Laboratory is located in the basement of the Otto Maass Building, room #1. Instructor Jean-Marc Gauthier Coordinator room #3 jean-marc.gauthier@mcgill.ca Lab phone number 514-398-6223 Schedule Week Date Lab Experiments Lecture Group A Group B Butler Quantum + Periodic Table 1 Sept. 1 – 3 no lab no lab atomic spectra & Bohr model 2 6 – 10 Electronic configuration 3 13 – 17 1 – Sig. fig. & Tech. no lab atomic & ionic radii 4 20 – 24 no lab 1 – Sig. fig. & Tech. E I , E A , E N 5 27 – 1 2 – Chemical Sep. no lab MIDTERM #1 Sept. 30 Fenster Nuclear + Bonding 6 Oct. 4 – 8 no lab 2 – Chemical Sep. isotopes 7 11 – 15 no lab no lab Lewis structures, covalent & ionic bonds 8 18 – 22 3 - Copper cycle no lab resonance, polarity 9 25 – 29 no lab 3 - Copper cycle VSEPR, valence bond, hybridization metallic bonds Kakkar Coordination + Intermolecular forces 10 Nov. 1 – 5 4 – Molecular geom. MIDTERM #2 Nov. 2 11 8 – 12 5 – Aspirin Synth. no lab Werner, ligands, crystal field 12 15 – 19 no lab 5 – Aspirin Synth. London, H-bonding, solid structure 13 22 – 26 6 - Coordination complex descriptive chemistry 14 29 – 3 no lab no lab
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Objectives Laboratory experiments in this course, are complement to the principles and concepts covered during lectures. Time spent in the lab will give you the opportunity to acquire technique, knowledge and skills to achieve reliable scientific measurements. Experimental verification of a theory is possible only if the data and observations collected are reliable. Therefore, data quality will count as an important part of your evaluation. The lab manual, containing the procedures for all experiments is available from the course WebCT only.
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Lab Syllabus - General Chemistry Laboratory Chem-110 - Fall...

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