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Lab Manual for Ebbing's General Chemistry, 8th

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9780618399468

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0618399461
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Pub. Date:
5/4/2004
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

This manual contains over 40 experiments sequenced to follow the text, with at least one experiment for each chapter. Experiments are carefully organized with introductory remarks, a discussion of the experiment's purpose, step-by-step procedures, a pre-laboratory assignment, and a section for results and questions.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Introduction 1(14)
Experiments
Identification of an Unknown Compound
15(8)
Separation of a Mixture by Paper Chromatography
23(10)
Some Measurements of Mass and Volume
33(10)
Isotopes and Mass Spectroscopy
43(16)
The Empirical Formula of an Oxide
59(8)
Hydrates and Their Thermal Decompositions
67(10)
Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions
77(12)
Ionic Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
89(10)
How Much Acetic Acid Is in Vinegar?
99(8)
Boyle's Law and the Empty Space in Air
107(8)
The Decomposition of Potassium Chlorate
115(10)
Thermochemistry and Hess's Law
125(16)
The Absorption Spectrum of Cobalt(II) Chloride
141(14)
Solubilities Within a Family
155(8)
The Identity of an Insoluble Precipitate
163(10)
From Oil of Wintergreen to Salicylic Acid
173(8)
Geometric Isomers
181(12)
Molecular Architecture of Tetrahedral Molecules
193(10)
A Student's View of Liquids and Solids
203(10)
A Molar Mass from Freezing-Point Depression
213(14)
Softening Hard Water
227(12)
Qualitative Analysis of Chromium, Iron, and Copper
239(8)
The Rate of an Iodine Clock Reaction
247(14)
Le Chatelier's Principle
261(12)
Determining an Equilibrium Constant
273(12)
The Relative Strengths of Some Acids
285(8)
Equilibria with Weak Acids and Weak Bases
293(10)
An Acid--Base Titration Curve
303(16)
A Solubility Product Constant
319(10)
Qualitative Analysis of Ag+, Cu2+, Zn2+, and Ca2+ Ions
329(12)
Spontaneity
341(8)
Oxidation--Reduction Reactions
349(14)
Electrochemistry
363(18)
Estimating an Electrode Potential
381(16)
Natural Radioactivity
397(10)
Qualitative Analysis of Mg2+, Ca2+, Ba2+, and Al3+ Ions
407(12)
The Strength of a Laundry Bleach
419(10)
Thermochemistry and Complex Ions
429(14)
Molecular Models of Organic Molecules
443(8)
Amylase: One of Your Enzymes
451(8)
Catalase and the Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide
459
Appendixes
A Mistakes, Errors, Accuracy, and Precision
467(6)
B Using a Coffee-Cup Calorimeter
473(2)
C The Absorption of Light
477(5)
D Indicators, pH Paper, and pH Meters
482


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