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Chemistry in the Laboratory (8th Edition)

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WH Freeman

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Spiral bound - 9781319032524

17 October 2016

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This new edition builds on that legacy of this textbook, by meeting the needs of both instructors and students, addressing cutting-edge trends in the chemistry laboratory—including forensic chemistry and environmental and...

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This new edition builds on that legacy of this textbook, by meeting the needs of both instructors and students, addressing cutting-edge trends in the chemistry laboratory—including forensic chemistry and environmental and green chemistry.
The new edition of Chemistry in the Laboratory offers precise, easy-to-follow instructions, helpful illustrations, and an emphasis throughout on laboratory safety. Throughout, a Consider This feature encourages users to expand the principles of the experiment into interesting applications, open-ended experiments, or unexplored corners. Most experiments in the manual can be completed in one lab session, but some can be linked or extended for a multi-lab project.

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  • Clear instructions and illustrations
  • All experiments available in custom publishing
  • Most experiments can be completed in one lab session, but some can be linked or extended for a multi-lab project.
  • Options for reducing scale for many labs, particularly using microscale titrations.
  • The "Consider This" feature has suggestions for further work and poses questions to lead students toward a greater depth of understanding.
  • A relevant Bibliography at the end of many experiments suggests sources for further reading and exploration of a topic.

Preface
First-Day Instructions
Welcome to the Chemistry Lab
Introduction
Experiments 1 - 9
Study Assignment A
Experiment 10 - 18
Study Assignment B
Experiment 19 - 43 


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Dr. James Postma - A physical chemist at California State University, Chico.  He received his Ph.D. from UC Davis in 1982, studying electrochemistry with Dr. Peter Rock to evaluate the Born-Oppenheimer Approximation.  He joined the faculty at CSU, Chico in 1982 and teaches courses in physical and analytical chemistry as well as general chemistry courses.  He is the co-author of General Chemistry in the Laboratory, 7th edition, a widely-used laboratory textbook in freshman chemistry classes.



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Dr. James Postma - A physical chemist at California State University, Chico.  He received his Ph.D. from UC Davis in 1982, studying electrochemistry with Dr. Peter Rock to evaluate the Born-Oppenheimer Approximation.  He joined the faculty at CSU, Chico in 1982 and teaches courses in physical and analytical chemistry as well as general chemistry courses.  He is the co-author of General Chemistry in the Laboratory, 7th edition, a widely-used laboratory textbook in freshman chemistry classes.



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