Syllabus

 

1.  Course Number: CH104

2.  Lecture: Experiment: Credit = 0: 3h: 1

3. Time Schedule

 *Location: GoongNi Laboratory Bldg.: Lab 402

  

Time

Fri

a.m.

9:00 ~ 12:00

 

Prof.

김형준

TA

민병기

 

4. Laboratory Manual

       Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry, Tenth Edition, J.A.Beran, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

 

5. Objectives for the Course

 1_ To teach basic laboratory techniques

 2_To introduce to elementary methods of assessing the significance of experimental measurements

 3_ To provide an experience that enables the students to acquire positive attitude toward chemistry, or science.


6. Course Requirement

    1_Preparation in advance for experimental work

       (a) Pre-laboratory reading preparation for successful experiment

       (b) "Pre-lab"quizzes are or pre-lab reports are required relating to the experimental details.

 

    2_ Wearing of eye protection and lab clothing at all times while in the laboratory.

       

    3_ Writing up and submission of lab reports. Includes the following (but see evaluation)

        (a) Observations and experimental detail

        (b) Detailed method of processing the experimental data

            ( for Quantitative analytical experiment)

        (c) Calculations and Conclusions regarding the accuracy and the precision of experimental  

             results and errors and the inherent errors based on the measurements


7. Grading

 : Total 10 experiments X 100 pts = 1000 pts

  A(45-50%), B (45%-50%), C-D (5%) per one class

 

  Evaluation Method and point distribution per experiment

   : One experiment = 100 pts

 

          1) Pre- and post- laboratory quizzes  (30 points)

 

         2) Attitude (20 points)

            (a) Lateness (5 pts)

            (b) Lab Safety or Cleanup (10 pts)

            (c) Concentration or Comprehension (5 pts)   

          

          3) Laboratory Reports  (40 points)

            (a) Introduction

            (b) Result

            (c) Discussion

               o Summary

               o Assessing the results

               0 Conclusions

          (d) Reference

 

         4) Laboratory Questions (10 pts)

 

 8. Examination Information

   No Exams.

 

9. Reference

       1)  handbooks

            (a) CRC handbook of Chemistry and Physics (CRC press, Boca Raton, Florida)

            (b) Merck Index(Merck & Co., Rakway, New Jersey)

            (c) Lange's Handbook of Chemistry (MaGraw-Hill, New York)

 

10. Schedule and Contents

 

    (a) Schedule

Dates

Experiment #

Notes

(Exp#/Lab#-Location)

Mon

Tue

Wed

      Thu   

Fri

2/25-3/1

       

 

 

3/4~3/8

       

[Exp0]

(Expo/ Lab 402)

3/11-3/15

       

[Exp1]

(Exp1/ Lab 402)

3/18-3/22

       

[Exp2]

(Exp2/ Lab 406)

3/25-3/29

       

[Exp3]

(Exp3/ Lab 704)

4/1-4/5

       

[Exp4]

(Exp4/ Lab 402)

4/8-4/12

       

[Exp5]

(Exp4/ Lab 402)

4/15-4/19

       

 

 

4/22-4/26

       

[Exp6]

(Exp6/ Lab 406)

4/29-5/3

       

[Exp7]

(Exp7/ Lab 704)

5/6-5/10

       

[Exp8]

(Exp8/ Lab 402)

5/13-5/17

       

[Exp90]

(Exp9/ Lab 406)

5/20-5/24

       

[Exp10]

(Exp10/ Lab 704)

5/27-5/31

       

*

 

6/3-6/6-6/7

*

 

 

 

 

 

6/10-6/14

 

 

 

 

 

 

       * Supplementary classes &  Laboratory Score Check /Confirmation

           (4/15-4/19) Mid-term Examination Period

                    (6/10-6/14) Final Examination Period

 

   (b) Topics

 

Experiment # and Topics

Exp.0. Orientation : Introduction, Work Instructions, and Laboratory Safety

Exp.1. Hard Water Analysis (Experiment 21 in the lab manual)

Exp.2. Factors Affecting REaction Rates (Experiment 23)

Exp.3. A Rate Law and Activation Energy (Experiment 24)

Exp.4. Galvanic Cells,  the Nernst Equation (Experiment 32)

Exp.5. Electrolytic Cells, Avogadro's Number (Experiment 33)

Exp.6. Aspirin Synthesis and Analysis (Experiment 19)

Exp.7. An Equilibrium Constant (Experiment 34)

Exp.8. Transition Metal Complexes (Experiment 36)

Exp.9. Spectrophotometric Metal in Analysis (Experiment 35)

Exp.10. Natural and Synthetic Polymers: The Preparation of Nylon