CHM 111 - Introductory Chemistry Lab
2 Lab Hours
Prerequisites: MAT 090 and (CHM 110 with a grade C or better).
Co-requisites: CHM 110
This is a laboratory course for non-chemistry majors emphasizing basic chemical laboratory techniques. The experiments performed provide an understanding or show a practical application of the fundamental principles underlying chemical structure, bonding and stoichiometric relationships.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Solve dimensional analysis problems and make conversions related to the metric system, temperature and density.
- Measure the pH of acidic and basic solutions.
- Exhibit proper laboratory safety procedures.
- Demonstrate basic measurement techniques.
- Demonstrate basic laboratory techniques.
- Perform chemical reactions.
- Utilize appropriate observation techniques.
- Significant digits
- Metric measurements, factor labeling and density
- Writing, balancing and classification of chemical equations
- Acids, bases and solutions
- Laboratory techniques
Standard introductory chemistry lab manual.
Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 04/16/2013
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