Introductory General Chemistry Laboratory

Introductory General Chemistry Laboratory
Principles and techniques of chemical measurements. Concepts introduced in general chemistry lecture courses reinforced.
 Hours2.0 Credit, 0.0 Lecture, 6.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesChem 112 or Chem 106 or concurrent enrollment (preferred). Chem 201 or concurrent enrollment.
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining CHEM 113
Course Outcomes

Precise Quantitative Measurements

Perform precise quantitative measurements using volumetric glassware, analytical balances, and electrochemical and spectrophotometric instrumentation.

Application of Chem 111 and Chem 112 to Laboratory Measureme

Apply concepts of quantum mechanics, kinetics, equilibrium and thermodynamics taught in Chem 111 and Chem 112 to laboratory measurements.

Separation and Classification of Inorganic Cations and Anion

Apply a basic understanding of descriptive chemistry introduced in Chem 112 to the separation and classification of inorganic cations and anions.

Record Laboratory Procedures

Record laboratory procedures and results neatly and concisely in a laboratory notebook

Report Experimental Results

Report experimental results in a manner that gives proper attention to sources of experimental error.