General Chemistry Laboratories: A Freshman Workbook

Edition: 3

Copyright: 2023

Pages: 204

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1. Introduction to Measuring Techniques
2. Properties of Matter
3. An Introduction to Chemical Reactions
4. Copper Chemistry—A Series of Reactions
5. Preparation and Properties of Gases
6. Gas Laws 
7. Determination of Molar Mass by the Dumas Method
8. Thermochemistry
9. Light from Atoms
10. Periodicity and the Periodic Table
11. Properties Associated with Changes in Physical State 
12. Determination of Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression 
13. Organic Chemistry
14. Kinetic Properties of a Chemical Reaction 
15. Determination of an Equilibrium Constant 
16. Introduction to Acids and Bases
17. Acid-Base Titration Curves Using a pH Meter 
18. Slightly Soluble Salts 
19. Electrochemistry I. Galvanic Cells
20. Electrochemistry II. Electrolysis
21. Synthesis of Aspirin
22. Separation by Paper Chromatography
23. Redox Reactions
24. Acid-Base Titrations: The Analysis of Vinegar
25. Antacid Titration

Simon G Bott
Russell A Geanangel
Vladimir Zaitsev

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Acknowledgments

1. Introduction to Measuring Techniques
2. Properties of Matter
3. An Introduction to Chemical Reactions
4. Copper Chemistry—A Series of Reactions
5. Preparation and Properties of Gases
6. Gas Laws 
7. Determination of Molar Mass by the Dumas Method
8. Thermochemistry
9. Light from Atoms
10. Periodicity and the Periodic Table
11. Properties Associated with Changes in Physical State 
12. Determination of Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression 
13. Organic Chemistry
14. Kinetic Properties of a Chemical Reaction 
15. Determination of an Equilibrium Constant 
16. Introduction to Acids and Bases
17. Acid-Base Titration Curves Using a pH Meter 
18. Slightly Soluble Salts 
19. Electrochemistry I. Galvanic Cells
20. Electrochemistry II. Electrolysis
21. Synthesis of Aspirin
22. Separation by Paper Chromatography
23. Redox Reactions
24. Acid-Base Titrations: The Analysis of Vinegar
25. Antacid Titration

Simon G Bott
Russell A Geanangel
Vladimir Zaitsev