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CHEM154_orientation_FOR CHEM LAB - CHEM 154 Laboratory:...

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1 CHEM 154 Laboratory: Winter 2010 Welcome to the lab portion of CHEM 154 ! N N N N CH 3 CH 3 CH 3 O O This slide show is best viewed at a resolution of 1024 x 768.
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2 3 . Introduction 5. Lab Safety 8. Purpose of Labs 9. Chem 154 Experiments 10. Part A of Experiments 11. The Lab Manual 15. Experimental Design Form 16. On-Line Introductory Material 30. Resource Centre 31. Part B of Experiments 33. Lab Reports 36. Student Groups A, B and C 37. Personal Lab Schedule Sheets 39. A Brief Tour of the Lab Manual 40. Lab Check-In Week Instructions Outline
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3 Introduction Laboratory Director: Emily Ng * office in lab room B370 * 604 - 822 - 5342 (office) * freshman154@chem.ubc.ca Feel free to e-mail me questions. However, as there are over 600 students in CHEM 154, please first ask TAs (teaching assistants) in the Resource Centre in Wesbrook 200 before sending me e-mail. Otherwise, I will be swamped with masses of e-mail, and will likely stop answering any questions by e-mail. Thanks for your understanding. Note that I do NOT check e-mail on weekends.
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4 The Lab Manual Please purchase a copy of the CHEM 154 Lab Manual from the UBC Bookstore before proceeding any further with this Introductory Slide Show as we will be referring to numerous pages in the manual. The manual cover is shown here. A green booklet called “Bridging To The Lab” is shrink- wrap packaged along with the Lab Manual.
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5 Safety in the Lab Your physical safety is the number one concern in the lab. Some of the chemicals that you will use can seriously harm you! Please be extremely careful!
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6 Safety in the Lab Safety Glasses You must have eye-protection on at ALL times! Your TA will kick you out of the lab if after repeated warnings you are not wearing any eye-protection. You can rent safety-glasses in the lab for $1 per lab session. Prescription glasses are suitable eye-protection as long as they meet the size requirements listed on page 9 (point i) of the lab manual. If your glasses are too small, you will have to wear safety glasses on top of your prescription glasses. Contact lenses are not recommended as chemical fumes can melt contacts onto your eyeball! Either wear your prescription glasses, or rent special safety-goggles in the lab.
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7 Safety in the Lab Lab Coats (Must be 100% cotton) Students are required to wear lab coats. Students who do not wear a lab coat will be discharged for the period and will be given a total mark of zero for the missed laboratory. Suitable lab coats can be purchased in Chemistry B350 (for $25) or in the Bookstore (for $30 + tax). Room B350 will be open at the following times: Thurs Sep 9 - Fri Sep 10: 9 am to 3 pm Mon Sep 13 - Fri Sep 17: 10 am to 3 pm The following three points must be strictly adhered to: (1) No open-toed shoes. So that you won't damage your foot if you drop chemicals on it. Please wear closed shoes and socks.
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