40 Low-Waste, Low-Risk Chemistry Labs

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Walch Publishing, Jan 1, 1997 - Science - 270 pages
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  • Builds essential process and thinking skills
  • Investigates central chemistry concepts
  • Features procedures for purchase, storage, use, and disposal of chemicals
 

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Contents

A Note on Safety
1
Laboratory Techniques
2
Microscale Laboratory Techniques
15
Significant Figures and Measurements
27
Determination of the Thickness of Zinc Coating
32
Microscale Density Determination
36
Determination of the Temperature of a Bunsen Burner Flame
43
Thin Layer Chromatography
50
Experiment21 Percent Yield
132
Boyles Law
138
Charless Law
143
Diffusion of Gases GrahamsLaw
149
Molar Volume of a Gas
155
Stoichiometry VolumeMass Relationships
162
Determination of the Molecular Weight of CO2
168
Temperature and Solubility
175

Experiment? Qualitative Analysis TheFlameTest
55
Experiments Emission Spectrum of Sodium
59
Relative Mass A Simulation
64
Determination of Relative Mass
69
Molecular Models
75
Percentage of Hydration
80
Microscale Oxidation States
85
Determination of an Empirical Formula
91
Types of Chemical Reactions
97
Activity Series of Metals
104
Microscale Double Replacement Reactions
110
Stoichiometry Molar Ratios in a Chemical Reaction
114
Stoichiometry MassMass Relationships
119
Colorimetric Determination of Copper
125
Heat of Crystallization
182
Conductivity
187
Colligative Properties and Molecular Mass Determination
193
pH Measurement
199
Macroscalee Titration of an Acid and a Base
204
Titration of an Acid and a Base
211
Microscale Percentage of Acetic Acid in Vinegar
217
Determination of the Percentage of Acetic Acid in Vinegar Using Eggshells
222
Determination of a Solubility Product Constant
227
Heat of Combustion
233
Heat of Solution Hot and Cold Packs
243
Microscale Reaction Rate
246
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