Ch. 9
Heat Storage for Solar Heating
Objectives
To learn about solar thermal energy and heat storage devices
To learn about a technique called calorimetry
To measure the heat of fusion of sodium thiosulfate pentahydrate, Na2S2O35H2O
To evaluate the feasib
Experiment 3
Analysis of Antacids by Acid-Base Titration
Daniel Munive
Student number: 1002614398
Course: CHM110H5 S
TA: Li
Section: 0113
Due date: March 4th, 2016
Introduction
The human stomach secretes gastric juices via its lining. Hydrochloric acid is
EXPERIMENT 4
Spectrophotometric Determination of the Stability Constant of a
Complex Ion
Daniel Munive
Student number: 1002614398
Course: CHM110H5 S
TA: Li
Section: 0113
Due date: March 18th, 2016
Introduction
Spectrophotometry is a quantitative method us
Experiment 2
Determination of the product of a redox reaction:
Reaction of bromate and hydroxylammonium ions
Daniel Munive
Student number: 1002614398
TA: Li
Section: 113
Due date: Feb 12, 2016
Introduction
In this experiment, the equation of a redox react
Experiment 1
The Problem of 9 Unknown Solutions
Daniel Munive
Student Number: 1002614398
Section: 0113
Due date: January 29, 2016
Course: CHM110H5 S
T.A: Li Guanzhi
Introduction
In this experiment nine unknown solutions were unknown and labelled from 1 to
Appendix B
Appendix B
Dimensional Analysis:
The Key to Chemical Calculations
There is only one key to the calculations that you will be doing: know where you are
going before you start a calculation and prepare a plan that tells you how to get there. If y
Entropy and Counting
We discussed the case for why the gas molecules have decided not to go sit in a corner of our S117
classroom, during my lecture. We will look at this in a slightly different way in this example. You will
need to work this out.
Assume
Determining nanoparticle size from the band-gap cutoff
Using the band gap, and other known constants, the particle size of the quantum dots can be
determined from the effective-mass model [Q. Xie, F. McCourt, Nanotechnology Engineering
NE 320L Lab Manual,
Redox determination of Iron
The purpose of this lab is to teach you about:
Redox chemistry
Quantitative analysis
Error propagation
Theory behind the lab
Iron commonly exists in the +2 and +3 oxidation states.
FeO
Fe2O3
If we want to determine the total
Ch. 8
Redox Determination of Iron
Assigned Reading: R.B. Fischer and D.G. Peters, Quantitative Chemical Analysis, Saunders,
Philadelphia, 1968, pp.12-18, 51-65,536-546; this reference is on reserve in the Chemistry
Library.
Introduction
Iron is one of the
Metals and semi-conductors
Band structure in solids
The key for metals is the presence of empty molecular orbitals (Mos) close in
energy to filled MOs.
In the band model for metals, mobile electrons are created when electrons are
excited from filled MOs
Appendix A
Appendix A
Precision and Significant Figures
Error may occur every time you make a measurement in one of this manual's
experiments. If you are worried about this assertion, it may be because you are confusing an
error with a mistake. These word
S117: Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry I, Honors
Format for Lab Notebooks and Lab Reports
Lab Notebooks
The laboratory notebook is an extremely useful tool for record keeping and is essential for
accurate performance in the laboratory. The noteboo
Ch. 3
Mass Spectrometry
Objectives
To learn the principle of operation of a mass spectrometer
To be able to interpret the mass spectra of atoms and small molecules containing isotopes
To learn how mass spectrometry can be applied to biomolecules such a