This syllabus is for the class CHEM 1301: General Chemistry I laboratory at Louisiana State University, which maps to CCEM 1121 in the Louisiana Master Course Articulation Matrix. The syllabus covers laboratory schedule and resources for concepts related to fundamental chemical operations and elementary quantitative techniques.
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OpenStax General Chemistry Lab covers:
1 Practical Examples of the Gas Laws
2 Colligative Properties and Ice Cream
3 Pervasive Polymers
4 Determine the Value of an Equilibrium Constant by Complex Ion Formation
5 indigestion? Which is the Best Commercial Antacid?
6 Acid and Bases to Buffers
8 The Curious Case of Catalase
9 Organic Reactions
10 Kitchen Synthesis of Nanorust
11 Electrochemistry and Alchemy
12 From Cells and Electrodes to Golden Pennies
13 Amphoteric Aluminum
14 Crystal Violet Kinetics
A three-quarter general chemistry sequence primarily for science, pre-professional, and engineering students. The CHEM& 161/162/163 series introduces the basic concepts of chemistry: atomic structure and bonding, periodicity, physical measurement, quantitative relationships, chemical reactivity, oxidation and reduction, stoichiometry, ideal gas laws, aqueous solutions, colligative properties, intermolecular forces, structure of matter, equilibrium, acid/base topics, kinetics, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, qualitative analysis, d-block metals and coordination chemistry, and an introduction to organic chemistry.Login: guest_oclPassword: ocl