Chemistry in the Modern World Laboratory
Chem 1002

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READ FIRST (1) Introduction and Course Requirements and (2) Safety Checklist--Print out copies of each and tape them into your notebook.  (To print: select or "click on" item to be printed to open it, select the FILE menu in the upper left corner of your screen, then select PRINT.)
1 Discussion of the Preparation and Properties of Soap -- View and study this document. Print-out not needed.
Print-out: The Synthesis and Properties of Soap
2 Print-out: The Synthesis of Aspirin
3 An Overview of Primary Colors -- View and study this document. Printout not needed.
The Primary Colors -- View and study this document. Printout not needed.
Print-out: Chromatography of Mr. Sketch Pens (see below for printing)
Depending on the printer you are using, it may be necessary to print this document in three separte parts. Select the link to load the desired part and print by the normal method. -- Part#1 -- Part#2 -- Part#3
4 Print-out: The Visible Specta of Soda Pops
5 Print-out: Determination of the Amount of Phosphate in a Detergent
6 Chemical Reactions of Black and White Photography -- View and study this document. Printout not needed.
Print-out: The Chemistry of Black and White Photography (Note that this lab takes two lab periods to complete.)
7 Print-out: Does Your Antacid Neutralize 47 Times its Weight in Stomach Acid?
8 Print-out: Rate of Gas Evolution from the Reaction of Alka-Seltzer Tablets with Water
9 Print-out: Identification of an Unknown Substance
10 Print-out: Determination of Vitamin C in Fruit Juices
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This page was created by S. Phillips.  Last edited on 9/11/98.