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Laboratory Manual to Accompany Chemistry in Context : Applying Chemistry to Society,9780073048772

Laboratory Manual to Accompany Chemistry in Context : Applying Chemistry to Society

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6th
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9780073048772

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0073048771
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Spiral Bound
Pub. Date:
1/3/2008
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McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
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Summary

For those whose course including a laboratory component, a Laboratory Manual, compiled and edited by Gail A. Steehler (Roanoke College), is available for the 6th edition. The experiments use microscale equipment (wellplates and Beral-type pipets) and common materials. Project-type and cooperative/collaborative laboratory experiments are included. New experiments are on the ozone and biodiesel. Additional experiments are available on the Online Learning Center, as is the instructor's guide.

Table of Contents

What Am I Breathing? Preparation and Properties of O2 and CO2p. 1
Is it Pure or a Mixture? Chromatographic Study of Felt-Tip Pen Inksp. 9
Can I Spot a Trend? A Graphic Experiencep. 13
What Protects Us from Ultraviolet Light?p. 23
Visibly Delighted: How Do Colored Solutions Interact with Light?p. 27
What Does a Molecule Look Like? Bonds, Molecular Models, and Molecular Shapesp. 37
How Can We Measure the Mass of a Molecule? Weighing Gases To Find Molar Massesp. 43
Chemical Moles: Soda to Table Salt. How Do Chemical Equations Connect Compounds?p. 51
Hot Stuff: An Energy Conservation Problem. Can I Measure What I Can’t See?p. 57
Which Fuels Provide the Most Heat? Comparison of the Energy Content of Fuelsp. 59
Can Waste Oil be Turned into a Fuel? Biodiesel: Preparation and Propertiesp. 67
A Conductivity Detector for Ions. Can We Build Our Own Instruments?p. 77
How Much Acid is in Food? Analysis of Vinegarp. 85
What Makes Water Hard? Measurement of Water Hardnessp. 93
How Does Human Activity Affect Water Purity? Measurement of Chloride in River Waterp. 101
What’s in My Bottled Water?p. 109
Does Acid Reign? Reactions of Acids with Common Substancesp. 117
Which Common Materials are Acids or Bases?p. 125
Does Acid Rain Fall in my Neighborhood?p. 133
Solubilities: An Investigation. How Do I Design My Own Lab Procedure?p. 139
Measurement of Radon in Air. Am I Breathing Radioactive Particles?p. 141
Can We Get Electricity from Chemical Reactions?p. 149
How Do Polymer Properties Connect to Structure?p. 157
Why Do Plastics Get Sorted for Recycling? Properties of Common Plasticsp. 165
What Drugs are in an Analgesic Tablet? Identification by Thin-Layer Chromatographyp. 171
How is Aspirin Made?p. 179
How Much Fat Is in Potato Chips and Hot Dogs?p. 189
How Much Sugar Is in Soft Drinks and Fruit Juices?p. 197
How Much Vitamin C is in Juice and Vitamin Tablets?p. 205
How Can We Isolate DNA?p. 213
Performance-Based Assessment Activitiesp. 217
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