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Chem 12 Experiments

Instructions

  1. Print out a copy of the Procedure and Report, as well as the Prelab Assignment, for each experiment on your instructors syllabus and bring them with you to your scheduled lab period. Printable copies of these documents are available in the table below in PDF format for each experiment. Instructions on how to print these files may be found in the Introduction
  2. Bring all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) listed for each experiment to the lab with you.
  3. Carefully read the Procedure for each scheduled experiment or activity AND complete the Prelab Assignment before arriving for your weekly lab period. The Procedure includes information to help you understand the important concepts relevant to each experiment and to help you complete the Prelab Assignment as well as step by step instructions on how to perform each experiment.
  4. The experiments listed below are not necessarily in the order that they will be performed in lab. Each professor designs his/her own schedule for each semester. Please consult your syllabus for a schedule of experiments that you will be performing.
  5. Some professors may require additional work before you come to lab. Please follow your own professor's instructions carefully.

Experiments

Note: Experiments printed before the first day of classes may not be the current version! Please wait until classes begin before you print copies.  This site is under development.  New labs and prelabs will be posted as they are ready.
 
 Experiment Title
Procedure and Report Form
Required PPE
(Personal Protective Equipment)
 Prelab Assignment
Experiment 1. Chemical Kinetics: The Method of Initial Rates

Lab Coat
Goggles
Closed shoes

Gloves when handing HCl and I2.​

Experiment 2. Determination of Kc for a Complex Ion Formation
Determination of Kc Procedure and Report
Lab Coat
Goggles
Closed shoes
Gloves when handing Fe(NO3)3, Fe(NO3)3 in 1.0M HNO3, and KSCN​
Experiment 3.Le Chatelier's Principle
Lab coat
Goggles
Closed shoes
Gloves when handling hydrochloric acid, ammonium hydroxide, lead(II) nitrate, zinc nitrate, magnesium nitrate, and cobalt(II) chloride [solid].
Experiment 4. Determining the Equivalent Mass of an Unknown Acid by Titration
Titration Procedure and Lab Report

Lab Coat
Goggles
Closed Shoes
Gloves

Experiment 5. pH Measurement and Its Applications
pH Procedure and Lab Report

Lab Coat
Goggles
Closed Shoes
Gloves

Experiment 6. Qualitative Analysis of Group I Ions

Lab Coat
Goggles
Closed Shoes
Nitrile Gloves​

Experiment 7. Qualitative  Analysis of Group III Ions
Group III Qualitative Analysis Procedure and Report Lab Coat
Goggles
Closed Shoes
Nitrile Gloves​
Experiment 8. Qualitative Analysis of Anions using Spot Tests
Qualitative Analysis of Anions Procedure and Report Lab Coat
Goggles
Closed Shoes
Nitrile Gloves​
Experiment 9. Electrolytic Determination of Equivalent Mass
Electrolysis Procedure and Report

Lab Coat
Goggles
Closed Shoes​

Experiment 10. Determination of Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression
Freezing Point Depression Procedure and Report

​Lab Coat
Goggles
Closed Shoes
Gloves

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