UCLA CHEM 14BL - Guidelines (6 pages)

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University of California, Los Angeles
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Chem 14bl - General and Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
General and Organic Chemistry Laboratory I Documents

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CHEM 14BL Report Guideline for Experiment 2 Pre lab Report is due at the beginning of the lab section Refer to the laboratory syllabus for the due date for both the pre lab and post lab report Both pre lab and post lab reports MUST be written inside your LAB NOTEBOOK The procedure for this experiment is provided as a handout NOT THE ONE IN THE MANUAL I On line Technique Videos Resources For This Experiment Click on the title below to download the video require Real Player 1 Laboratory Safety this video was shown on the first day of the lab 2 Solution Preparation 3 Spectrophotometric Analysis If you have trouble downloading the videos go to the following Web site and click on the appropriate title to download the video http oid ucla edu Webcast Chemistry Guides for Writing Lab Reports Chemical Hazard Symbols Beer s Law Tutorial Click here for on line resource on solution concentrations Click here for another on line resource on solution concentrations II Pre lab Report Guideline i ii iii iv Title of the experiment Reference i e complete reference of the experiment including title of the lab manual author edition and page number of the experiment in the manual etc Include any changes to the procedure that you know you will make Short introduction Summarize in a few sentences about the background and the goal of the experiment Outline the kinds of technique that you will use in the experiment Procedures flowchart format v Pre lab study questions MUST show ALL your work complete ONLY 1 2 4 5 6 on page 4 of the handouts Note For question 2 you may assume that for EACH dilution process each piece of equipment can ONLY be used once and you can also assume that no combinations are allowed for the same kind of equipment i e you don t need to worry about using the combination of a 10 mL and a 5 mL pipet in a single dilution process Note The on line resources listed above may be useful when working on the study questions CHEM 14BL Report Guideline for Experiment 2 Pre lab



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