Certified In General Chemistry Laboratory

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Course Curriculum

A. Introduction

  • The Laboratory and SI,
  • Basic Laboratory Operations
  • Assignment

B. Chemical and Physical Properties

  • Identification of a Compound: Chemical Properties
  • Water Analysis: Solids
  • Paper Chromatography
  • Percent Water in a Hydrated Salt
  • Inorganic Nomenclature I. Oxidation Numbers
  • Inorganic Nomenclature II. Binary Compounds
  • Inorganic Nomenclature III. Ternary Compounds
  • Assignments

C. Mole Concept

  • Empirical Formulas
  • Limiting Reactant
  • A Volumetric Analysis
  • Vinegar Analysis
  • Assignments

D. Atomic and Molecular Structure

  • Periodic Table and Periodic Law
  • Atomic and Molecular Structure

E. Acid-Base Equilibria and Analysis

  • Antacid Analysis
  • LeChâtelier’s Principle; Buffer
  • Potentiometric Analyses
  • Aspirin Synthesis and Analysis
  • Hard Water Analysis
  • Molar Solubility; Common-Ion Effect

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