Chem 221: General Laboratory Instructions
Welcome to lab!
The laboratory period starts promptly (M 3:00 pm, Tu and Th 8:00 am, Tu and Th 2:30 pm, W
Vancouver Island University
Department of Chemistry
The Resolution of Ibuprofen
Name: James Baker-taylor
Partners: Jimmy Jimbo, Sally Student
Lab Instructor: Peter Diamente
Date: October 31, 2011
Lab Section: 42
Nitrating Methyl Benzoate:
Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution
The purpose of this experiment was to synthesize methyl nitro benzoate from methyl benzoate,
concentrated HNO3, and concentrated H2SO4 via an electrophilic ar
Laboratory experiments in organic chemistry
Jerry R. Mohrig, Douglas C. Neckers
D. Van Nostrand Co., 1979 - Science - 582 pages
Modern Projects and Experiments in Organic Chemistry:
Miniscale and Standard Taper Microscale
Jerry R. Mohrig
Synthetic #2 Formal Final Report
TA: Yi-Chun Lin (Jim)
Chem 213, Section 2
April 11, 2013
Page 1 of 12
The ability to synthesize nitriles in different compounds is a very critical tool within
In this lab, the two constituents of the stock solution (in ethanol) 0.05g/mL benzoic acid
and 0.5g/mL biphenyl were to be separated from each other by exploiting their solubility
properties. Benzoic acid forms a water-soluble sodium ionic sa
Food Chemistry Testing
The nutrients in the food you eat supply your body with energy for growth and repair. These principle substances
include carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals and vitamins.
Carbohydrates make up a group of organic com
Aldol Condensation Reactions
Name: Avril Watson Student number: 14302674
The objectives were split into two for this experiment. Firstly, to synthesize dibenzalacetone
using the reactants benzaldehyde and acetone. Secondly, to ca
CHEM 258-06 Wednesday Night
Diels-Alder Reaction in Water
This experiment demonstrates a Diels-Alder reaction in water. The reaction was
completed through reflux of anthracene-9-methanol and N-ethyl
Experiment 5: Separation of Unknown by Column Chromatography | Julianny Perez | Michelle Linder |
The purpose of this lab is to introduce students to different methods of Chromatography which is
widely used in the chemistry laboratory
Identification of Unknown Organic Compounds
The identification and characterization of the structures of unknown substances are an important part of organic chemistry. Although it is often possible to establish the structure of a compound on
Instuctor: Qitian Lin
Date of Experiment: 6.3.13
Date of Report: 6.10.13
Microscale Laboratory Techniques: Recrystallization and Extraction
In medicine and industry pure compounds are used. Often, the compound
Chemical Principles 115
Department of Chemistry
Rutgers, The State University of New Iersey- Camden
EXAM >2 - A
November 4, 2015
Last First lnidal
RU Number: Exam 2 A
MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the option that best completes the sta
Chapter 4: Aqueous Solutions (Chs 4 and 5 in Jespersen, Ch4 in Chang)
Solutions in which water is the dissolving medium are called aqueous solutions.
There are three major types of chemical processes occurring in aqueous solutions:
Name: ; June 5, 2012
Chemical Principles l 3 Exam 1
All problems are 3 points except 33 which is 4 points.
1 in = 2.54 cm (exactly) 1ft = 12 in
1. Which ofthe following is an example Mam property?
A) corrosiveness ofsulfuric acid
B) toxicity of cyanide
Chapter 5: Gases (Ch 10 in Jespersen, Ch 5 in Chang)
Elements that exist as gases (at 25 oC and 1atm) are shown in blue.
Our atmosphere is: Nitrogen 78%, Oxygen 21%, Argon 0.9%, Carbon Dioxide 0.03%, Water vapor 0.0 to 4.0%.
Trace gases include neon, heli
Chapter 6: Thermochemistry (Chemical Energy) (Ch6 in Chang, Ch6 in Jespersen)
Energy is defined as the capacity to do work, or transfer heat.
Work (w) - force (F) applied through a distance.
Force - any kind of push or pull on an object.
Chemists define w
CHM 1151 fa15 quantum theory
Chapter 7 Quantum Theory and Electronic Structure of Atoms
Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum
The Wave Nature of Light
wavelength, , meters or nanometers
or s-1, also Hz.
CHM 1151 fa15 thermochemistry
Chapter 6 Thermochemistry: Chemical Energy
The Nature of Energy
Energy is defined as the capacity to do work.
Units of Energy
Force -any kind of push or pull on an object.
Work -force applied through a distance.
F = m
CHM 1151 fa 15 bonding part II
Molecular Geometry and Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals
linear or bent
trigonal planar or trigonal pyramid (sometimes
Formulas, Equations, and Moles
Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions
Atomic and Molecular Weights
The Atomic Mass Scale
1 amu = 1.66054x10-24 g
1 g = 6.02214x1023 amu
Average Atomic Masses
Rules for Significant Figures
1. All non-zero numbers are significant.
e.g., 3.456 has 4 sig. figs.
2. Zeros between non-zero numbers
Chemical Principles Lab II
Week 7- Buffer Solutions & Determination of a Dissociation Constant (ka) of a
Week Acid Post Lab Questions
March 10, 2015
1. Define Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases.
A Bronsted-Lowry acid is defined as anything t
April 12, 2015
1. A sample of argon gas with a volume of 6.18 L, a pressure of 761 torr
and a temperature of 20 degree Celsius expanded to a volume of 9.45L
and a pressure of 373 torr, what is the final temperatur
Chem. Prin. II
Week 2 Prelab
February 3, 2015
Iodination of Acetone Pre-lab Questions
In a reaction involving the iodination of acetone, the following volumes were
up the reaction mixture:
used to make
10 mL 4.0 M acetone + 10 mL 1.0
Chemical Principles 1
Prof. David Salas-De La Cruz
September 12, 2014
Home Work 1
Practice Exercise 1.12 and 1.18. Page 49 and 54
Review Problems: 1.40, 1.49, 1.56, 1.60, 1.81, and 1.98. Go to page 58, 59, 59, 59, 60, and 61,
Chem Lab II
April 13, 2015
Post Lab Questions Week 11
In this experiment what type of chemical reaction is occurring to produce
H2 at the cathode? (2 pts)
What process is occurring at the anode? (2 pts)