CHEM 1112 & 1114 Spring 2005
Dr. Perona (S215, 667-3583), Section 2: THUR. 8:00-8:58 am (discussion), 9:05-12:13 pm (lab)
Dr. Chad Sessman (S201, 664-6667), Section 1: WED. 1:25-2:23 pm (discussion), 2:30-5:38 pm (lab)
Dr. Peter Nico (S253, 667-3384), Section 3: THUR. 1:25-2:23 pm (discussion), 2:30-5:38 pm (lab)
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This laboratory course accompanies the second semester of general chemistry. Students are responsible for the materials in these documents and quizzes may be used to assure that students are reading this lab manual. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (free download from Adobe web site) to view and print several of the assigned laboratories below.
|Introduction to course content and safety issues.|
|Stockroom procedures, how to check-in, how to get equipment and other very important information|
|Safety check-list, you must read this and give a signed statement that you have read it to John Burt (the stockroom manager).|
|February 14||Enrollment, Introduction to the course content, and Check into lockers. (Note: Review use of Microsoft Excel from Gen. Chem. I)|
|February 21||Vapor Pressure Enthalpy of Vaporization|
|February 28||Molecular Weight by Freezing Point Depression.|
|March 7||The Synthesis of Soap: Introduction, Experiment|
|March 14||Chemical Kinetics to Dye For|
|March 21||Chemical Kinetics: Persulfate-iodide Clock Reaction|
|March 28||Spring Break|
|April 4||Chemical Equilibrium|
|April 11||Acid-Base Titration|
|April 18||Buffers and the Vampire Slayers|
|April 25||Solubility of Barium Nitrate (Enthalpy of Solution)|
|May 2||Identification of an Unknown.|
|May 9||Identification of an Unknown (continued).|
|May 16||Electrochemistry of an Unknown Metal and Check out of lockers.|
Five Easy Species: Four Acids and a Base.
Solubility of many common substances and lots of dyes.
The CSUS Physics page has a nice scientific notation tutorial.
Last edited on 04/11/2005 .