General Chemistry Lab Safety
Experiment 1: Neutralization of Acids and Bases
In this experiment, you will learn how to properly neutralize and dispose of acidic and basic
solutions.
Materials
5 mL 4.5% Acetic Acid (vinegar), C2H4O2
(1) 250 mL Beaker
(1) 1
Compound Formulas
Experiment 1: Determining the Chemical Formula for Copper Gluconate
In this experiment, you will determine the compound formula of copper gluconate by isolating
the copper and calculating the molar ratio of copper and gluconate in the co
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Exercise 1: Unit Conversion
Use Figure 9 to convert each value into the designated units. Submit this exercise to your
professor when completed.
1. 46.0 g = _0.0460_ kg
2. 57 seconds = _0.95_ minutes
3. 13.5 cm = _5.31_ inches
4. 47 F = _
1.Why is it important to be accurate in all of your measurements in this experiment?
Each amount that I am supposed to measure, whether it be a mass, height, or volume,
directly effects the end results of my experiment. If I measure more than 1.0 g of Cop
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Exercise 1: Nomenclature Practice
In this exercise, you will practice naming ionic and molecular compounds. Fill in the questions
below with the name or formula of the compound given. After completing the assignment,
submit it to your ins
What is one difference between qualitative and quantitiative analysis?
Qualitative analysis is research based on nonnumerical findings and data. Quantitative analysis
involves numbers and statistics.
What three physical properties are often analyzed to id
Introduction to Science
Exercise 1: Unit Conversion
Use Figure 9 to convert each value into the designated units. Submit this exercise to your
professor when completed.
Figure 9. Conversions for temperature, time, mass and length.
1. 46.0 g = 0.046 kg (46
Ch 19:
Electrochemistry
Electrochemistry
Electrochemical Reactions
In electrochemical
reactions, electrons
are transferred from
one species to
another.
In order to keep track of
what loses electrons
and what gains them,
we assign oxidation
numbers.
Electr
1.
The solubility product expression for tin(II) hydroxide, Sn(OH)2, is
(a) [Sn2+][OH-]
(b) [Sn2+]2[OH-]
(c) [Sn2+][OH-]2
(d) [Sn2+]3[OH-]
(e) [Sn2+][OH-]3
2.
The solubility product expression for silver(I) sulfide, using x to represent the
molar concentr
Cytoskeleton
3 types of cytoskeleton filaments:
Microtubules- Have largest diameter (~25 nanometers)
Intermediate Filaments- Intermediate because they are the diameter of (~10 nanometers)
Actin Filaments- (~7 nanometers) in diameter
*Microtubules and A
CHEM 102 EXAM 3 PRACTICE PROBLEM ANSWERS
1. Energy is absorbed for the reaction to occur; therefore, it is endothermic.
2. The sign of H is reversed and the value is multiplied by 3: -3 H.
3. q = msT = (600g)(4.184 J/g*oC)(13oC) = 32635 J
The value of q i
EXAM 2 Review Sheet
Chapters 15, 16
Chapter 15
Know the definitions of all boldfaced words.
Know how to determine acid/conjugate base, base/conjugate acid pairs
Know what a Bronsted acid/base is
Know why water is sometimes called a universal solvent, and
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David W. Ball
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Chapter 13
Chemical Kinetics
Kinetics
Kinetics is the study of the rates of
chemical reactions.
Rate is the change of concentration
(c) per unit time (t):
c
rate
t
MATH 131
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TEST 2 REVIEW SHEET
Important terms and phrases: To locate these terms in the book, please use the index at the back
of the book.
Sample Space
Classical Probability
Empirical Probability
Law of Large Numbers
Empirical Rule
Chebychevs Theorem
Scatterplot of College math courses vs Income
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Statistical studies are done routinely in our society to find important information about medical
issues, to discover interesting facts about
MATH 131
Lab 4
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The goal of this lab is to understand and find simple probabilities and conditional
probabilities, and to use the Multiplication Rule and the Addition Rule.
(1 point)
1. List the name for your qualitative variable, V1.
2. Return to Lab
MATH 131
LAB 6
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The goal of this lab is to standardize data, to compute probabilities using the standard normal
distribution, and to find values given probabilities.
(2 points) 1. Use Minitab to compute the mean and standard deviation of your RAW V3 d
MATH 131
Lab 3
Answers should be included on this lab. Use additional paper, if needed.
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The goal of this lab is to find descriptive statistics for your quantitative data.
Part 1: V2 Quantitative Data
Use the list of all 40 numbers from Lab 1, column
MATH 131
Lab 5
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The goal of this lab is to define a binomial experiment and find binomial probabilities by two
different methods.
(2 points)
A.
B.
C.
D.
Part 1: Experiment Definition
Return to Lab 2 and your qualitative data, V1. Pick one data value (
MATH 131
Lab 2
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The goal of this lab is to organize your data from Lab 1 into frequency distributions and graphs.
(3 points)
Part 1: V1, Qualitative Data
A.
B.
C.
D.
Prepare a frequency and relative frequency distribution for your qualitative data V1
Chemistry Lab 101
March 23, 2016
Formal Lab Report
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to discover the concentration of an unknown base solution,
which was Sodium Hydroxide, and titrate it against Potassium Acid Phthalate. The
Phenolphthalein ind
Solutions, Electrolytes, and Concentration
Pre-Lab Study Questions
1. Why does an oil and vinegar salad dressing have two separate layers?
Oil and vinegar salad dressing have two separate layers because oil is non polar and
water is polar.
2. What is mean
Compounds and Their Formulas
Pre-lab Study Questions
1. Where are the valence electrons in an atom?
they are located on the outer shell
2. How specifically are positive and negative ions formed?
when metal loses electrons it forms a (+) ion and when a non
ConversionFactors in Calculations
Pre-lab Study Questions
5. What is an equality and how is it used to write a conversion factor?
relationship between 2 numbers of the same weight but in different units
Questions and Problems
Q.1 What is the total mass in
Atomic Structure
Pre-Lab Study Questions
1. Describe the set up of the periodic table.
horizontal rows are periods, columns are groups which contains
elements that have similar chemical and physical properties
2. Where are the alkali metals and the haloge
Density and Specific Gravity
Pre-Lab Study Questions
1. What property of oil makes it float on water?
water is more dense than oil which makes it sink when mixed with oil
2. Why would heating the gas in an air balloon make the balloon rise?
when air is he
Nuclear Radiation
Pre-Lab Study Questions
1. In what part of the atom do alpha or beta particles originate?
alpha- nucleus
beta- electrons
2. Why is protection from radiation needed?
radiation can cause damage to DNA and cause mutations or kill cells
3. W