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This new edition of the Beran lab manual emphasizes chemical principles as well as techniques. The manual helps students understand the timing and situations for the various techniques. The Beran lab manual has long been a market leading lab manual for general chemistry. Each experiment is presented with concise objectives, a comprehensive list of techniques, and detailed lab intros and step-by-step procedures.
Table of Contents
|Laboratory Safety and Guidelines|
|The Laboratory and SI|
|Basic Laboratory Operations|
|Chemical and Physical Properties|
|Identification of a Compound: Chemical Properties|
|Water Analysis: Solids|
|Percent Water in a Hydrated Salt|
|Inorganic Nomenclature I. Oxidation Numbers|
|Inorganic Nomenclature II. Binary Compounds|
|Inorganic Nomenclature III. Ternary Compounds|
|Acids, Bases, and Salts|
|A Volumetric Analysis|
|Atomic and Molecular Structure|
|Periodic Table and Periodic Law|
|Atomic and Molecular Structure|
|Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid|
|A Carbonate Analysis; Molar|
|Volume of Carbon Dioxide|
|Molar Mass of a Solid|
|Synthesis of Potassium Alum|
|Acid-Base Equilibria and Analysis|
|LeChâtelier's Principle; Buffers|
|Aspirin Synthesis and Analysis|
|Alkalinity of a Water Resource|
|Hard Water Analysis|
|Molar Solubility; Common-Ion Effect|
|Factors Affecting Reaction Rates|
|A Rate Law and Activation Energy|
|Thermodynamics of the Dissolution of Borax|
|Oxidation-Reduction Systems and Analysis|
|Chemistry of Copper|
|Vitamin C Analysis|
|Dissolved Oxygen Levels in Natural Waters|
|Galvanic Cells, the Nernst Equation|
|Electrolytic Cells, Avogadro's Number|
|Transition Metal Systems and Analysis|
|An Equilibrium Constant|
|Spectrophotometric Metal Ion Analysis|
|Transition Metal Complexes|
|Preface to Qualitative Analysis|
|Qual: Common Anions|
|Qual I. Na_, K_, , Mg2_, Ca2_, Cu2|
|Qual II. Ni2_, Fe3_, Al3_, Zn2_,|
|Treatment of Data|
|Familiar Names of Common Chemicals|
|Vapor Pressure of Water|
|Concentrations of Acids and Bases|
|Water Solubility of Inorganic Salts|
|Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry|
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