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The seventh edition, by Charles H. Henrickson,Larry C. Byrd, and Norman W. Hunter of WesternKentucky University, offers clear and concise laboratoryexperiments to reinforce students' understandingof concepts. Pre-laboratory exercises, questions, andreport sheets are coordinated with each experimentto ensure active student involvement and comprehension.An updated student tutorial on graphing withExcel has been added to this edition.Laboratory Instructor's Manual: Written by CharlesH. Henrickson, Larry C. Byrd, and Norman W. Hunterof Western Kentucky University, this helpful guidecontains hints that the authors have learned over theyears to ensure students' success in the laboratory.This Resource Guide is available through the ConnectChemistry website for this text.

Table of Contents

To the Instructorsp. v
General Laboratory Procedures and Laboratory Safetyp. 1
Basic Concepts, Measurement and Propertiesp. 11
Experiment 1 Measurement and Densityp. 11
Experiment 2 Preparing Graphsp. 25
Experiment 3 The Identification of an Unknown Liquidp. 37
Chemical Separationsp. 47
Experiment 4 Elements, Compounds, and Mixturesp. 47
Experiment 5 Separation Using Chromatographic Techniquesp. 59
Reactions, Formulas, Equations, Mass Relationships, and Structurep. 71
Experiment 6 Simple Chemical Reactionsp. 71
Writing Formulas of Ionic Compoundsp. 73
Chemical Arithmetic - Formulasp. 83
Experiment 7 Hydrates and the Determination of the Formula of a Hydratep. 95
Experiment 8 The reduction of an Oxide of Copper and the Determination of its Simple Formulap. 105
Chemical Arithmetic - Equationsp. 115
Experiment 9 Analysis of a KCIO3-KCI Mixturep. 127
Experiment 10 Calorimetry - Measuring Heatp. 135
Experiment 11 The Structure of Covalent Molecules and Polyatomic Ionsp. 149
Writing Lewis Structures for Molecules and Polyatomic Ionsp. 150
The Chemical Behavior of Elementsp. 163
Experiment 12 An Activity Series of Several Metalsp. 163
The Six Great Scientistsp. 167
Experiment 13 The Preparation and Properties of Oxygen and the Properties of Oxidesp. 173
The Gas Lawsp. 183
Experiment 14 Boyle's Law and Charles' Lawp. 197
Experiment 15 The Combined Gas Law and Dalton's Lawp. 197
The Men Behind the Gas Lawsp. 202
Acid-Base Chemistryp. 207
Chemical Arithmetic - Molarityp. 207
Experiment 16 Acid-Base Titrationsp. 217
Experiment 17 Acids, Bases, pH, Hydrolysis, and Buffersp. 229
The Language of Acids and Basesp. 234
Organic Chemistryp. 245
Experiment 18 The Structure of Hydrocarbonsp. 245
Experiment 19 Properties of Hydrocarbonsp. 259
Experiment 20 Carboxylic Acids and Estersp. 275
Experiment 21 Alcoholsp. 285
Experiment 22 Aldehydes and Ketonesp. 299
Experiment 23 The Synthesis of Aspirinp. 315
Calculating Percent Yieldp. 319
Experiment 24 The Properties and Preparation of Soapp. 329
Biochemistryp. 339
Experiment 25 The Detection of Fats, Proteins, and Carbohydrates in Foodsp. 339
Experiment 26 The Characterization of Carbohydratesp. 355
Experiment 27 Enzyme Actionp. 371
Experiment 28 Analysis of Proteins and Amino Acids by Chromatographyp. 387
Experiment 29 Digestionp. 397
Experiment 30 Extraction of DNAp. 407
p. 417
Vapor Pressure of Water and Various Temperatures
Concentration of Common Acids and Basesp. 419
Values of Physical Constantsp. 420
Metric Prefixesp. 420
Conversion Factorsp. 420
Introduction to Chemical Nomenclaturep. 421
Nomenclature Exercisesp. 427
Significant Figures and Rounding Numbersp. 429
Using Excel to Prepare Straight-line Graphsp. 433
Periodic Table - Inside Front Cover.
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