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chm1046l syllabus - CHM 1046L College Chemistry II Lab...

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CHM 1046L College Chemistry II Lab Section 08659 - Spring 2011 Wednesday 7-9:30PM Instructor: Prof. Krista Noren-Santmyer Location: BSCI 203 Office: BSCI 207e Office Hours: Monday 9:30-11AM & 3-5PM; Tuesday 9:30-11AM Wednesday 3:30-5:30PM; Thursday 9:30-11AM Please feel free to visit me during my office hours. You can also reach me by phone, email, or if my office hours are not convenient, we can set up an appointment Phone: (813)253-7936 Email Address: [email protected] You may also contact me through [email protected] Course Description: Second part of a two-semester laboratory sequence in general chemistry. Topics include colligative properties, spectrophotometric determinations, pH meter titrations, inorganic qualitative analysis, and chemical equilibria. Prerequisite: CHM 1045 and CHM 1045L Co-requisite: CHM 1046 College Chemistry II   Textbook/Materials: (1) Signature Lab Series CHEM I and II, available only in the Brandon bookstore (2) A pair of chemical splash safety goggles (available in the HCC bookstore). Safety goggles must be worn by all persons in the laboratory as soon as someone starts working in the laboratory. Gloves and aprons are optional but recommended. (3) In addition to the above, a calculator and a pen should be brought to class each period. COURSE INFORMATION This laboratory course does not necessarily coordinate all topics with the lecture portion of the course. However, you will need to apply knowledge gained from lecture and in some cases may learn new material which will then be applicable to lecture. LABORATORY OBJECTIVES 1. To understand the safety rules in the chemistry laboratory; to properly and safely handle chemicals and chemical equipment. 2. To identify and use common equipment and measuring devices in the chemistry laboratory; to report experimental data with precision appropriate to the measuring devices used. 3. The student will perform experiments which enhance their understanding of… a. Colligative properties b. Kinetics c. Equilibrium constants d. Le Chatelier’s Principle e. Thermodynamics f. pH values for solutions, and their relationship to acid/base equilibria g. Crystal structures h. Analysis and classification of unknowns CHM 1046L 1
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SAFETY RULES The departmental safety rules, explained during the first meeting, must be followed when working in the laboratory. Safety is one of our top priorities. These rules will be enforced at all times. Procedure for non-compliance: 1st minor infraction: verbal reminder 2nd minor infraction: 5 points taken away from laboratory report 3rd minor infraction or 1st major infraction: leave laboratory, no make-up allowed; partial credit for work performed up to that moment LAB REPORTS New scientific knowledge is built upon the work of previous scientists. Clear communication of scientific results is an essential skill. Because of this, you will be writing post-laboratory reports for each experiment. These are individual grades . You cannot share lab report writeups with your lab
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course CHM 1046 taught by Professor Wolfe,d during the Spring '08 term at Hillsborough.

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