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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORYSpring, 2021Period 1Wet Lab A: 2-1, 2-2, 2-3, 2-4, 2-5Wet Lab B: 2-8, 2-9, 2-10, 2-11, 2-12Period 3Wet Lab A: 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, 3-4, 3-5Wet Lab B: 3-8, 3-9, 3-10, 3-11, 3-12CH 220CORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORYSpring, 20211. GENERAL INFORMATIONPRE- and CO-REQUISITESPre- and co-requisites for CH 220C listed in the Course Schedule. Important: Because the lecture and laboratory courses are co-requisites of each other, dropping one of them requires that you drop the other as well, unless the drop occurs during the final 2 laboratory periods of the term.Pre- and co-requisites will be checked and students not meeting the requirements must drop the course. REQUIRED or RECOMMENDED COURSE MATERIALSA. Lab Notebook: A “carbon copy” notebook with quadrille-ruled pages with page numbers. The recommended notebook will be sold by the coop.B. One Combination Lock: This must be a sturdy combination lock. UT Chem locks are available at the University Co-op. You MUST have them for check-in. Otherwise you will not be allowed to check into the laboratory until you have obtained the required locks. See p. 7 or this document for information regarding your responsibility for your equipment (Required).C. UT ID card: Bring your UT ID card to every laboratory session. It is needed to obtain items from the stockroom.2. SAFETY INFORMATION **READ THE GENERAL SAFETY RULES ON THE WEBPAGE**You are expected to follow all of the safety requirements in the course. Not following the safety rules could result in your removal from the lab and or the course.CLOTHINGStreet Clothes: Shorts or short skirts cannot be worn in the laboratory at any time, with or without a lab coat. Your shirt must at least have short sleeves and cover your torso, i.e., tank tops are not permitted. Note: If you wear these to laboratory you will be sent home to change. On hot days you may wish to bring a pair of jeans or sweatpants to change into before entering the lab.Shoes: Closed-toe shoes must be worn, i.e. sandals or clogs are not allowed.SAFETY GOGGLESThe clear safety goggles provided by the department must be worn at all times in the lab. If your vision is corrected, wear your glasses under the clear safety goggles. Safety glasses are not permitted as substitutes for the goggles. Not wearing goggles in the laboratory may result in your expulsion for the remainder of the period.LAB COATSThe lab coats provided by the department must be worn at all times in the lab. Wearing a lab coat does not excuse you from being properly dressed. Not wearing a lab coat will result in your being removed for the remainder of the period. The coat must buttoned all the way to the top and the sleeves need to be unrolled.MASKS and SOCIAL DISTANCINGMasks must be worn in the lab at all times and students must follow the social distancing guidelines. JEWELRY 1It is strongly recommended that you not wear rings, bracelets, or watches to the lab. Such items can trap chemicals next to your skin, thereby worsening the effects of burns or allergic reactions. Also NOTE that the solvents used in this course may permanently mar the synthetic materials contained in watchbands and crystals!23. ATTENDANCELAB LECTUREAttendance at the laboratory lecture before your regularly scheduled laboratory period is required. This lecture provides some of the general "How To's of Organic Chemistry", and helpful hints on performing the experiments. It also correlates thelaboratory experiments with the topics being covered in the lecture section. Much of this information is not written down anywhere; the only way to get it is from the lecture. Material discussed in the laboratory lecture is also one of the primary sources of material for the quizzes in the course. LABORATORYAttendance will be taken at all laboratory sessions. You will not receive credit for any experiment scheduled for a laboratory period for which you have an unexcused absence. If you have an excused absence, you must obtain a makeup permit before you will be permitted to work in any of the labs outside of your own regularly scheduled laboratory period. You must do all experiments by yourself unless otherwise specified. If you are found to have completed an experiment in a group without being instructed to do so by Dr. Fjetland (he is the only one who can grant this), then your grade for that experiment will automatically be assigned a “0.” This policy is also retroactive. In some cases, data will be collected by groups of two or more students. Zero credit will be given if you are not present or did not participate in the experimental work. You are NOT PERMITTED to use data collected by others in the group work if you are not present at the time the work is done unless given explicit permission to do so by Dr. Fjetland.MAKE-UP POLICY Due to the pandemic, no makeup labs will be allowed. Speak with Dr. Fjetland if you miss a lab.4. LABORATORY PROTOCOL ASSIGNED READINGPrior to each laboratory lecture, you should read any suggested material.LAB NOTEBOOKThe laboratory notebook is a critical record of your accomplishments in the laboratory so you should treat it accordingly by making careful and complete entries in it. Your lab notebook must be written in ink. If an error is made, draw a single line through the error and then continue. Note that the original pages in your laboratory notebook should never be removed; rather, turn in the carbon copies of these pages as directed. The pages should be sequentially numbered, and your name should appear at the upper right-hand corner of each page. Leave the first 2 pages of the notebook blank for future use as a TABLE OF CONTENTS. This notebook is the last line of defense if there are any problems with grades, which means DON’T THROW IT OUT. Note: All prelab and postlab write-ups are to be done by yourself. Data interpretation and analysis are your individual responsibility and must also be done by yourself. Otherwise, the actions of the cheating policy (see Section 7) are applicable.There is only 1 format for the laboratory notebook consisting of the following:PRELAB Lab preparation consists of completing the Quest assignment for each experiment that day. The lab preparation is hand written in ink in your notebook and will consist of the following:1. Heading: Use a new page of the notebook to start the entries for the experiment. Provide information that includes your name, the date, the title


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