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CHM 111 - Introductory Chemistry Lab

Credits: 1
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.
Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:

  1. Solve dimensional analysis problems and make conversions related to the metric system, temperature and density.
  2. Measure the pH of acidic and basic solutions.
  3. Exhibit proper laboratory safety procedures.
  4. Demonstrate basic measurement techniques.
  5. Demonstrate basic laboratory techniques.
  6. Perform chemical reactions.
  7. Utilize appropriate observation techniques.
Listed Topics
  1. Significant digits
  2. Metric measurements, factor labeling and density
  3. Writing, balancing and classification of chemical equations
  4. Acids, bases and solutions
  5. Laboratory techniques
Reference Materials
Standard introductory chemistry lab manual.
Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 04/16/2013

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