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Lecture01 - Laboratory Measurements and Techniques CHE 1316...

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CHE 1316 Laboratory Measurements and Techniques Dr. Gipson www.baylor.edu/~Stephen_Gipson Required Items •Textbook •Lab Manual •Lab Notebook •Safety Goggles •Nonprogrammable Scientific Calculator •Comet or other cleanser •Marking Pen
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Chemistry 1316 Laboratory Measurements and Techniques Objectives : 1. Develop laboratory techniques and skills necessary for making accurate measurements. 2. Learn basic theory behind procedures and calculation of results. 3. Learn to organize laboratory time. 4. Learn record keeping skills. 5. Observe chemistry discussed in CHE 1301 and CHE 1302.
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Analytical Chemistry Two types of analyses: Qualitative Analysis - What? Quantitative Analysis - How much? Three types of quantitative analyses: Gravimetric – Weight (mass) Volumetric – Volume of solution Instrumental – Physical property
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Skoog. .., Figure 1-2, p. 6
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Requirements of reactions used in quantitative analysis: 1. Must go to completion. NaOH + HCl -----> NaCl + H
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