|1||Illustrating Some Chemical Reactions||1 - 4, Os|
|2||Chemical Equilibria Exercise
Solution Exercise Part I
|10 - 16|
|3||Solution Exercise Part II||17- 42|
|4||Solution Exercise Part III||17- 48|
|5||Titration Curve - Weak Acid with Strong Base||17- 48|
|7||Balancing Redox Reactions Exercise||supplemental|
|8||Titration, Normality and Equivalency Exercies||5 - 8|
|9||Redox Titration using KMnO4||5 - 8|
|10||Electrochemistry Laboratory||49 - 58|
|11||Visible Spectroscopy||** 23' - 27'|
|12||Beer's Law||** 23' - 27'|
|13||Kinetics Exercise||90 - 99|
|14||Kinetics - Bleaching of Dyes||90 - 99|
It is the opinion of the RSCC chemistry staff that the laboratories and the classroom material be highly coordinated. The laboratories should reflect the most important concepts presented and should correspond to the competency items listed for the course. This listing gives this correspondence.
The staff also believes it is very important for the student to have
some experience in determining how to carry out experiments and in writing
up their results. For more information see the
8th edition of the General Chemistry Laboratory Manual link.
**laboratory 11 and 12 do not specifically address these items, but are supportive since an understanding of these ultimately requires some background information on spectroscopy. The laboratories have two other purposes: 1) it gives the students some experience in the use of a laboratory instrument and specifically a spectrometer and 2) this experience is needed for subsequent laboratories. Primes indicate CHEM 1110 items.