Chem 161 Spring 08 Exam III Key
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EXPERIMENT 4B: THE MENDELEEV LAB OF 1869
Materials: 30 element cards, periodic table
Aim: How can we identify elements based on their propeties?
Background: Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev is generally credited as be
EXPERIMENT 4A: FLAME TESTS
Aim: How does the structure of an element effect the spectral lines it produces?
I. Examining Sunlight and Light bulbs.
A. Sign out a spectrometer from your teacher. Look through the eyepiece,
Workshop Topic Schedule: Weeks 6-10
The following workshops will take place in Rm. 196A of the Wright-Rieman building on Busch Campus, unless otherwise
stated. This room is on the first floor, in the hallway directly across from the m
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EXPERIMENT 2A: USING THE BUNSEN BURNER
Equipment: Bunsen burner, tongs, chalk, matches, tongs, wire
Aim: What is the procedure for using a Bunsen Burner
Parts of the Bunsen Burner.
Your burner has each has th
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L#1: Concepts of S
m: How do objects
involved in chem
mistry compare in size?
Wateer moleculess, DNA, atom
ms, nuclei, and
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Lab #0b- Significant Figures
Aim: How can we perform calculations involving significant figures?
In this exercise you will learn the rules for determining the correct number of significant figures to use when you perfor
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EXPERIMENT 8: Self-Assembly of Ionic Compounds and Metals
Aim: How do the bonding and self-assembly of ionic compounds and metals determine their properties?
A student investigated samples of four
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Experiment 2B: Density of a Penny
Aims. 1. Measurement by more than one method reduces bias and systematic errors in answers that are found in
common. 2. Density is an intrinsic property of a solid or liquid. 3. Signif
Experiment 5: Hydrogen Formation and Reaction with Oxygen
Aims: What are the energy changes associated with chemical bond formation and breakage? How
are changes in potential energy related to overall bond strength in the system? How are