The seventh edition of this superb lab manual offers 36 class-tested experiments, suitable for introductory, preparatory, and health science chemistry courses and texts, including INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY: AN ACTIVE LEARNING APPROACH, Fourth Edition by Cracolice and Peters. Experiments in this lab manual teach students to collect and analyze experimental data and provide them with a strong foundation for further course work in general chemistry. This edition offers instructors a wide variety of experiments to customize their laboratory program, including many microscale experiments. All experiments can be completed in a three-hour laboratory period. As in the Sixth Edition, there are Work Pages for each experiment as well as Report Sheets for students to take notes and record experimental data and results, which facilitate instructor grading of experiments. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
This Tenth Edition of CHEMICAL PRINCIPLES IN THE LABORATORY maintains the high-quality, time-tested experiments and techniques that have made it a perennial bestseller. Author Wayne Wolsey, with the help of new co-author Rob Rossi, continues to offer complete coverage of basic chemistry principles and present topics in a direct, easy-to-understand manner. Now, to benefit the environment and reduce the overall cost of the experiments, the new edition features a deepened commitment to green chemistry by reducing the volume and toxicity of experiments as much as possible. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
The authors recognize that both science and mathematics may be daunting subjects for many students taking this course. With this in mind, they have anticipated where students might stumble, and have paced and organized this text to help them through. Their goal is to make the material interesting and relevant, so students understand the basic chemical principles related to their career. The authors emphasize problem solving and provide a range of practice exercises. As in previous editions, the text first presents the basic concepts of general chemistry and then moves into organic and biochemistry. In this edition, the first two sections have been revised primarily to improve explanations, and include new pedagogical features. The biochemistry portion has been thoroughly updated to include coverage of many recent developments and emerging technologies in the field.
Author: Sergio Petrozzi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2012-09-24
This practical book in instrumental analytics conveys an overview of important methods of analysis and enables the reader to realistically learn the (principally technology-independent) working techniques the analytical chemist uses to develop methods and conduct validation. What is to be conveyed to the student is the fact that analysts in their capacity as problem-solvers perform services for certain groups of customers, i.e., the solution to the problem should in any case be processed in such a way as to be "fit for purpose". The book presents sixteen experiments in analytical chemistry laboratory courses. They consist of the classical curriculum used at universities and universities of applied sciences with chromatographic procedures, atom spectrometric methods, sensors and special methods (e.g. field flow fractionation , flow injection analysis and N-determination according to Kjeldahl). The carefully chosen combination of theoretical description of the methods of analysis and the detailed instructions given are what characterizes this book. The instructions to the experiments are so detailed that the measurements can, for the most part, be taken without the help of additional literature. The book is complemented with tips for effective literature and database research on the topics of organisation and the practical workflow of experiments in analytical laboratory, on the topic of the use of laboratory logs as well as on writing technical reports and grading them (Evaluation Guidelines for Laboratory Experiments). A small introduction to Quality Management, a brief glance at the history of analytical chemistry as well as a detailed appendix on the topic of safety in analytical laboratories and a short introduction to the new system of grading and marking chemicals using the "Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)", round off this book. This book is therefore an indispensable workbook for students, internship assistants and lecturers (in the area of chemistry, biotechnology, food technology and environmental technology) in the basic training programme of analytics at universities and universities of applied sciences.