Hands on Chemistry Laboratory Manual by Jeffrey A. ParadisHands on Chemistry Laboratory Manual by Jeffrey A. Paradis

Hands on Chemistry Laboratory Manual

byJeffrey A. Paradis

Paperback | February 1, 2005

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This lab manual offers a modern approach to the two semester general chemistry laboratory course. The manual contains over 37 labs that cover all of the topics commonly taught in the course. Each experiment contacts extensive background and procedure outlines to give students a solid conceptual background before completing the lab.
Title:Hands on Chemistry Laboratory ManualFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 10.8 × 8.5 × 0.6 inPublished:February 1, 2005Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0072534117

ISBN - 13:9780072534115

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Table of Contents

1 What's the matter? The Nature of the World Around Us

2 The Properties of Some Common Metals: Whay NASA Needs Chemistry

3 Alchemy and the Origins of Modern Chemistry: All that Glitters Isn't Gold

4 Classification of Matter: Basic Separation Techniques

5 Measurement and Proper Use of Laboratory Glassware

6 Chemical Nomenclature, Part I: Naming Ionic Compounds

7 Understanding the Basics: The Mole and Counting Atoms

8. Limiting Reactants: How Much BaSO4 Can We Make?

9 Electrolytes in Solution: Completing the Circuit

10 If You are Not Part of the Solution: Precipitation Reactions

11 An Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Chemistry: The Breath Analyzer

12 Say "Cheese": Cyanotype Photography as a Redox Reaction

13 A Titration for the Determination of Ions in Water: The Hard Truth

14 Spectrophotometric Analysis: Phosphates in Water

15 Discovering the Gas Laws

16 Gas Stoichiometry: The Automobile Airbag

17 Introduction to Thermochemistry: Using a Calorimeter

18 Calorimetry: Nutrition in a Nutshell

19Hess's law: A Study of the Combustion of Magnesium

20 Chemical Nomenclature, Part II: Naming Organic Compounds

21 Introduction to Organic Analysis: Infrared Spectroscopy

22Colligative Properties: Analysis of Freezing Point Depression

23Introduction to Kinetics: Factors That Affect the Rate of a Reaction

24Determining the Rate Law: A Kinetics Study of the Iodination of Acetone

25Determining the Equilibrium Constant of a Complex

26LeChatelier's Principle: Stress Management

27Chemistry of the Kitchen: Acids and Bases

28The Properties of Buffers: Resisting Change in a Turbulent World

29Electrochemistry: An Introduction to Voltaic Cells