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Experiments and exercises in basic chemistry /

by Murov, Steven L; Stedjee, Brian.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hoboken, NJ : J. Wiley, cop. 2009Edition: 7th ed.Description: XI, 402 p. : ill. ; 28 p.ISBN: 9780470423738.MeSH subject(s): Chemistry | Monograph | Problems and Exercises
Contents:
Experiments : Experiment 1. Introductory Concepts, Techniques, and Challenges. - Exp. 2. Measurements. - Exp. 3. Density. - Exp. 4 Mixtures: Separation and Purification. - Exp. 5 Melting Points. - Exp. 6. Lewis Structures and Molecular Models. - Exp. 7. Paper Chromatography. - Exp. 8. Classification of Chemical Reactions. - Exp. 9. Empirical Formula of Zinc Oxide. - Exp. 10. Empirical Formula of a Hydrate. - Exp. 11. Stoichiometry of a Reaction. - Exp. 12. Enthalpies in Physical and Chemical Changes. - Exp. 13. Chemical Properties of Oxygen and Hydrogen. - Exp. 14. Gas Laws. - Exp. 15. Distillation and Hardness of Water. - Exp. 16. Ionic Reactions and Conductivity. - Exp. 17. Analysis of Cations. - Exp. 18. Spectroscopy. - Exp. 19. Acidity and pH. - Exp. 20. Synthesis. - Exp. 21. Acid-Base Titrations. - Exp. 22. Oxidation-Reduction. - Exp. 23. Analysis of Bleach and Copper (II) Glycinate. - Exp. 24. The Rates of Chemical Reactions. - Exp. 25. Equilibrium Studies. - Exp. 26. Molecular Models of Organic Compounds. - Exp. 27. Carbohydrates. Exercises : Exercise 1. Measurements: Scientific Notation, Significant Figures, Accuracy and Precision. - Ex. 2. Unit Conversions, Density. - Ex. 3. Element Names and Symbols. - Ex. 4. Protons, Neutrons, Electrons and Isotopes. - Ex. 5. Polyatomic Ions. - Ex. 6. Formulas of Compounds. - Ex. 7. Nomenclature of Compounds. - Ex. 8. Electronic Structures and Lewis Structures of Atoms. - Ex. 9. Bonding, Molecular Geometry, and Polarity. - Ex. 10. Chemical Reactions: Balancing and Classification. - Ex. 11. Double Replacement Reactions, Net Ionic Equations. - Ex. 12. Formula Mass, Moles and Molecules. - Ex. 13. Percent Composition, Empirical and Molecular Formulas. - Ex. 14. Stoichiometry. - Ex. 15. Gases and Gas Laws. - Ex. 16. Concentration Calculations and Solution Stoichiometry. - Ex. 17. Acids and Bases, pH. - Ex. 18. Oxidation States and Redox Reactions. - Ex. 19. Equilibirum Expressions, le Chatelier's Principle. - Ex. 20. Nuclear Reactions. - Ex. 21. Organic Chemistry. - Ex. 22. Laboratory Terminology. - Ex. 23. Laboratory Techniques
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Experiments : Experiment 1. Introductory Concepts, Techniques, and Challenges. - Exp. 2. Measurements. - Exp. 3. Density. - Exp. 4 Mixtures: Separation and Purification. - Exp. 5 Melting Points. - Exp. 6. Lewis Structures and Molecular Models. - Exp. 7. Paper Chromatography. - Exp. 8. Classification of Chemical Reactions. - Exp. 9. Empirical Formula of Zinc Oxide. - Exp. 10. Empirical Formula of a Hydrate. - Exp. 11. Stoichiometry of a Reaction. - Exp. 12. Enthalpies in Physical and Chemical Changes. - Exp. 13. Chemical Properties of Oxygen and Hydrogen. - Exp. 14. Gas Laws. - Exp. 15. Distillation and Hardness of Water. - Exp. 16. Ionic Reactions and Conductivity. - Exp. 17. Analysis of Cations. - Exp. 18. Spectroscopy. - Exp. 19. Acidity and pH. - Exp. 20. Synthesis. - Exp. 21. Acid-Base Titrations. - Exp. 22. Oxidation-Reduction. - Exp. 23. Analysis of Bleach and Copper (II) Glycinate. - Exp. 24. The Rates of Chemical Reactions. - Exp. 25. Equilibrium Studies. - Exp. 26. Molecular Models of Organic Compounds. - Exp. 27. Carbohydrates. Exercises : Exercise 1. Measurements: Scientific Notation, Significant Figures, Accuracy and Precision. - Ex. 2. Unit Conversions, Density. - Ex. 3. Element Names and Symbols. - Ex. 4. Protons, Neutrons, Electrons and Isotopes. - Ex. 5. Polyatomic Ions. - Ex. 6. Formulas of Compounds. - Ex. 7. Nomenclature of Compounds. - Ex. 8. Electronic Structures and Lewis Structures of Atoms. - Ex. 9. Bonding, Molecular Geometry, and Polarity. - Ex. 10. Chemical Reactions: Balancing and Classification. - Ex. 11. Double Replacement Reactions, Net Ionic Equations. - Ex. 12. Formula Mass, Moles and Molecules. - Ex. 13. Percent Composition, Empirical and Molecular Formulas. - Ex. 14. Stoichiometry. - Ex. 15. Gases and Gas Laws. - Ex. 16. Concentration Calculations and Solution Stoichiometry. - Ex. 17. Acids and Bases, pH. - Ex. 18. Oxidation States and Redox Reactions. - Ex. 19. Equilibirum Expressions, le Chatelier's Principle. - Ex. 20. Nuclear Reactions. - Ex. 21. Organic Chemistry. - Ex. 22. Laboratory Terminology. - Ex. 23. Laboratory Techniques