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1 This week in Chem 11500 Lab: Chapter 2, Amount of Acid in solution lab Connect Homework – due Friday Reading Assignment for Lecture 7 Sections 7.1, 7.2, 7.4 (part pp. 279-280, 282-287), 8.2, and Infrared spectroscopy 343-344. 1 st Exam September 19 th , Elliot Hall of Music, 8 PM Look up your assigned seat on Blackboard Check out exams posted on Blackboard – Resources Folder
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2 18 th Century Analysis: Amount of Acid in Solution Use solid Na 2 CO 3 to determine [HCl] Design and test a procedure Background information is in the lab manual Read Section 3.5 and p. 152 in the textbook Na 2 CO 3 (s) HCl(aq) concentration unknown
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3 Exam 1, Mon. Sept 19, 8:00- 9:00 Be there at 7:35 PM Bring your PUID, seat assignment , pencils, approved calculator Calculator: Non-programmable!!!!! Not solar, they do not work well in the second balcony. In your seat by 7:55 PM Cannot leave during first 15 minutes of exam. Take your exam paper with you upon leaving.
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4 Lecture 6: Nuclear Chemistry Reading: 24.4-24.5
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5 Question #1 Which penetrates most deeply into the body?
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6 DNA mapping 32 15 P: Image DNA fragments
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7 Question #2 32 15 P is a radioactive isotope. Consider the band of stability graph from the previous lecture. How does 32 15 P decay?
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