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other than the one to which you have been assigned. Only laboratory rooms where the
same laboratory course is operating may be used for this purpose.
19. If you have a special health condition (asthma, pregnancy, etc.) or any personal health
concerns, consult your doctor before taking chemistry lab.
20. If you come to the laboratory with non-compliant goggles, shoes, or clothing, you will
not be allowed to work in the laboratory. In that context, note that THERE ARE NO MAKEUP LABORATORIES. Your course grade will be significantly lowered or you may fail the
course if you do not meet the dress code.
You must sign the Safety Acknowledgement sheet before you may work in the lab. If
you have questions about these rules and procedures, please ask your LI before starting
any laboratory work in this course. EXPERIMENTS Redox Titrations
In this experiment you are going to use a pair of oxidation-reduction reactions to
determine the concentration of a bleach unknown. First, you are...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2013 for the course CHE CHE 2C taught by Professor Nasiri during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.
- Spring '07