Calibration Methods and Introduction to UV-Visible Spectroscopy
Type your responses to all questions and embed excel data tables and graphs into one
single word document.
Before coming to lab: Review Section 4.8 and Chapter 5, Calibration Methods. Read
A two-sided or two-tailed hypothesis test is one in which
A. the null hypothesis includes values in either direction from a specific standard.
B. the null hypothesis includes values in one direction from a specific standard.
Nucleophilic Reactions - SN1
Klein: Sec. 7.1, 7.3, 7.5- 7.6, 7.8
Nucleophilic substitution is one of the most useful and well-studied organic reaction classes.
The substitutions can occur by a range of mechanisms where S N1 a
STAT 3125 Class Assignment #1 Fall 2015
Date Assigned: Tuesday, September 1st
Milestone Due Dates:
Rough Draft Due Date: Tuesday, September 8th at 12:29pm
Peer Review Due Date: Tuesday, September 8th by 2pm
Final Draft Due Date: Thursday, September 10t
Homeostasis Lab: The Effects of Exercise on Homeostasis
To discover the effect that various levels of exercise have on specific body parameters.
Write one hypothesis describing how you predict the 5 parameters below w
Lab 3: How much potassium hydrogen phthalate is in this
The lab is to be done in pairs, but the report is an individual Work.
1. Make a basic solution from a solid and water.
2. Standardize a basic solution using a primary stand
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Hydration of Cyclohexene
Padias: Distillation pp. 141-155
Klein: Sec 9.4, Mechanism 9.2, SkillBuilder 9.3
This experiment will involve the conversion of cyclohexene to cyclohexanol. The first step of
the reaction will involve
St FX- Chemistry
pH Meter Use and
08, Page: 1 of 5
Standard Operating Procedure
pH Meter Use and Calibration
This procedure describes how to calibrate and use a pH meter.
2.0 Method Summary
Perform at lea
Report Sheet For: Introduction to Analytical Measurements
All answers must be typed in black ink. Increase the space between questions to insert
your answers. The grading rubric is provided separately.
1. Read the description on p
Practice Exam II
1. In the conformation shown at right, the phenyl group (C6H5-)
is _ to the methyl group and _ to the ethyl group.
a. anti, gauche
b. gauche, anti
d. gauche, eclipsed
Essential Oils Report
Title, Your Name, Partner's Name, Date Submitted
Discussion of steam distillation, extraction. Include any appropriate
Table of Reagents
Table including mass of spice used, volume of water,
How much P is in Colas
Part I: Learning outcomes
1. Students will improve their skills for dilution and sample preparation.
2. Students will be able to apply the Beers Law in constructing a calibration curve
and then use it to predict the concentration of
The Synthesis of Cyclohexene from Bromocyclohexane
An Elimination (E2) Reaction
Reference: Smith, Chapter 8 (Elimination Reactions)
Pre-lab assignment: Learn the mechanisms of E2 and E1 reactions.
Introduction: An elimination reaction is the opposite of a
Lab 9 Determination of Vitamin C by Redox Titration
Note that pre-lab questions are on page 4. You should prepare hand written answers for
these questions on your notebook before you come into the lab! Also type the answers into
your lab report.
Lab 12: Mushrooms in Chocolate?
Before coming to lab: Review Sections 22.4-22.5 and read the manuscript entitled Psychedelic Mushrooms
in Chocolate: Introduction to GC-FID found at the end of this document. Do the prelab exercise below.
Use all your notes and previous assignments to answer all the questions.
Match the kingdom to its domain. Some will be used more than once.
Lab 4: How much acetic acid is in vinegar?
1. Carry out the dilution of a concentrated acid properly.
2. Properly and quantitatively use a volumetric flask.
3. Accurately pipet and titrate solutions.
4. Write balanced che
STAT 3125 Assignment 3 Evaluation FALL 2015
Your name _
Group #: _
This evaluation allows you to evaluate yourself and your group member(s) on your
respective contributions to the submitted assignment. Write your name in the Your
name column and your grou
SUMMARY OF Dr DUNNs article Determining the Locations of Dust
Sources in FeLoBAL Quasars
Mass outflows in quasars, seen as blueshifted broad absorption
lines (BALs), have recently become a plausible explanation for
quasar feedback . Feedback has been invo
How much Mg is in this unknown?
This is individual work.
1. Determine the molarity of an EDTA solution.
2. Titrate EDTA to a blue endpoint.
3. Calculate the % MgO in an unknown based on a EDTA titration.
4. Recognize the need for pH con
CHEM3361/01 Fall 2015 Modern Organic Chemistry I
(Directed: Modern Organic Chemistry I Lab, Prerequisite: C or better in CHEM1212)
Instructor: Jack Duff, MS
Office: Sc-424 Tel: (470) 578-3682 e-mail:
Office Hours: M & Tu 1:00-3:00, Th
Grading Rubric Lab 2: How much hydrogen peroxide is actually in commercial hydrogen peroxide?
All three defined
Two defined correctly
Prelab Question 1 (2)
Prelab Question 2 (8)
Prelab Question 3
Practice EXAM III
For Problems 1-3, consider the following reaction.
CH3 + NaSCH2CH3
CH2 SCH2CH3 + NaO
1. Which of the following is the leaving group?
CH2 O -
We will study Darwins steps of evolution by simulating the evolution of nine
different make-believe organisms that feed on beans. Each organism has
evolved a special structure that it uses to pick up beans. However, the easy days