Chemistry 271W11 (1) - Organic Chemistry Lab I Chem 271...

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Organic Chemistry Lab I Chem. 271 Winter 2011 Dr. Clarita Bhat, [email protected] , Office: 2823 Voice mail: (206) 546-4505 Linda Kuehnert, [email protected] Office: 2821 Voice mail: (206) 546-4575 This is the first quarter of the yearlong Organic Chemistry sequence intended for science majors. This course is composed of individual experiments correlating with some of the lecture material including structure, nomenclature and reactions. You will learn how to synthesize organic compounds, properly utilize the organic chemistry glassware, and develop independent, original thinking skills. Record keeping is a vital aspect of this lab, and thus you must record sll your observations in your notebooks. Prerequisite: 2.0 grade point in Chem&241/271. If you do not have these prerequisites, you will be dropped from the class roster. Text: Mohrig, Hammond, Schatz Techniques in Organic Chemistry , 3 th edition. Required: A bound carbon-less copy notebook and safety goggles Lab Lecture: F 8:30 – 9:20 Room: 2920 Lab: T 12:30 – 4:20 Room: 2710 Office Hours: Clarita: F 9:30 – 11:30 Linda: M-F 9:30 – 10:20 Office hours are times for you to receive individual assistance. Please take advantage of these opportunities. You do not need to come prepared with questions, but instead use the time to work on problems or review material with me available to answer any questions. Each week two students will be asked to be the “Clean up Patrol”. This will involve checking that everyone has returned the equipment to the appropriate place; that balances are clean and turned off, benches have been cleaned and all reagents put away. There will be a small % of the grade awarded for this task. Special guidelines will be given to you regarding the reporting of the unknowns. Lab write-ups: The duplicate page of title, purpose, procedure, a complete list of all chemicals used (with structures and hazards), and data collected before and during the lab period in your lab notebook will be turned in as you leave the lab. Additional post lab calculations and questions, etc. is due one week after the completion of the experiment. Late reports will be graded down by 20% per day. All reports will be on in your lab notebooks in ink.
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This note was uploaded on 07/03/2011 for the course CHEM 121 taught by Professor Matt during the Spring '11 term at Edmonds Community College.

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Chemistry 271W11 (1) - Organic Chemistry Lab I Chem 271...

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