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Chem 16.1 - Chemistry for the Consume

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CHEMISTRY 16 1 Chemistry for the Consumer Syllabus Fall 2010 Chemistry for the Consumer CHEM 16 1 1 credit is the laboratory component of the Perspectives in Liberal Arts and Science PLAS lecture course Chemistry in Modern Society CHEM 16 3 3 credits This course satisfies the natural science lab requirement It is designed to bring chemistry alive by giving students hands on experience with the chemical principles and reactions studied in the lecture course Students do experiments which are designed to be interesting informative and create curiosity about chemical behavior INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Instructor Office Office hours E mail Professor Gerald Koeppl Remsen 119A Friday 2 00 3 00 p m Remsen 119A gkoeppl qc cuny edu COURSE INFORMATION Meeting Time Room Tuesday 2 40 5 30 p m Remsen Annex 151 Laboratory Manual Chemistry for the Consumer 5th Ed Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Queens College of the City University of New York 2010 IMPORTANT NOTICES Laboratory safety goggles must be worn at all times while working in the laboratory All waste solids and liquids are to be placed in labeled waste bottles Nothing goes down the drain Bring the following items from home laboratory manual a small container of dish detergent and paper towels GOALS Learn the names and purpose of glassware and equipment used in the chemistry laboratory and the techniques required to use them Obtain hands on experience with chemical principles and reactions studied in the lecture associated with this course Learn how do to use quantities measured in the laboratory to calculate physical properties and chemical concentrations Learn how to prepare clear and concise reports which describe your laboratory work Learn how chemical methods can be used to measure the effectiveness of consumer products and the impact of chemicals on the environment SCHEDULE OF EXPERIMENTS Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Experiment Check in and Unit 1 Density Unit 2 Color and spectra Unit 3 Chemical and



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