CHE134 Summer Lecture 1

CHE134 Summer Lecture 1 - CHE 134 Introductory Chemistry...

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CHE 134 Introductory Chemistry Laboratory (Adds) Remain for Lecture
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Today’s Pre-Lab Lecture Who is who? What do we need to buy? What will we do? What are the rules? How do we get help? What if we’re absent? Are we using unsafe materials or procedures? Must we wear Safety Goggles? Can we get a little help from our friends? Are the course materials on the Web? What will we do today? What will we do next week? Where shall we go next?
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Course Requirements CHE 134 – Laboratory Manual (Publ: Hayden-McNeil) Fifth Edition Available at Bookstore and Stony Books Prescribed Lab Notebook Combination lock Towel Must acquire before next lab meeting: CHE 133-4 Supplies: Prescribed Safety Goggles Available at Bookstore and Seawolves Market
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Prescribed Lab Notebook Should be able to reconstruct data sheets that you submit for grading from notebook entries!!!!!! 8-3/4" X 7-1/2", Bound, pre-numbered pages Lab notebooks must be used ONLY to record data collection and analysis Not for lab lecture notes Not for other subjects Records must be kept in INK! Notebook is for real-time observations , not a diary to be reconstructed from memory. Line out errrorrs! NO WHITE OUT Last semester’s is OK
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Why CHE 133 is pre-requisite Why CHE 133 is pre-requisite Titration: Buret, Pipet, End Point, Indicators Spectronic 20: Beer’s Law, Quantitative Dilution Synthesis: Percent Yield, Filtration Weighing by Difference: Analytical Balance Use of pH Meter: Glass Electrode Melting Points: IR Analysis of Group Vibrations: Measures of Accuracy and Precision: Averages, Average Deviation, Percent Dev.
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Objects of study are usually everyday materials - sometimes called "CHEMICALS" e.g., lastics, ills olymers,
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course CHE 134 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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CHE134 Summer Lecture 1 - CHE 134 Introductory Chemistry...

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