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Chemistry 317 Syllabus Sp 2015-final

Chemistry 317 Syllabus Sp 2015-final - Chemistry 317...

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Chemistry 317 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory Spring 2014 Syllabus Instructor: Professor Julie Kovacs CHB 204F, 206-543-0713, [email protected] Lab Technician: Eric Camp, BAG 171, 543-1606 [email protected] Web Site: https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/895265 Discussion Section: (First meeting April 1, 2014) AA & AB sections: Tuesdays 8:30-9:20 AM in Bagley 108 BA & BB sections: Tuesdays 9:30-10:20 AM in Bagley 108 Laboratory Sections and Teaching Assistants: AA & BA sections: TTh 12:30-4:20, Bagley 191 Wilson Bailey ( [email protected] ) Andrew Chanez ( [email protected] ) AB & BB sections: WF 12:30-4:20, Bagley 191 Benjamin Leipzig ([email protected] ) Jason Prantner ( [email protected] ) Lab Manual: Purchase at UW bookstore Experiments : 1. Titanocene 2. Chromous Acetate 3. [(C 6 H 5 ) 3 P] 2 CuBH 4 Synthesis and Decomposition 4. Phosphorous Acid 5. Arene Molybdenum Tricarbonyl Chemistry 6. Linkage Isomers of Nitro-Pentammine-Cobalt(III) 7. Grätzel Cell Class Goals: Chemistry 317 is a fairly demanding lab course, aimed at teaching you how to collect and analyze data, and write publication quality lab reports similar to those found in ACS journals. A majority of the inorganic techniques, such as anaerobic Schlenk-line, vacuum-line and dry-box techniques are likely to be new to you. The class will tie together material you have had in lecture courses, and will ask you to design and improve experiments. There are some lab periods for which no instruction is provided; you must choose what you want to do and design a procedure to do it. We will help you, but we want you to bring your insight, enthusiasm, and questions to the course, and develop your skills along the way. Helpful links to YouTube videos, chemical drawing programs, MSDS (material safety data sheets), and relevant journal articles can be accessed on the home page of the course website on canvas.
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