Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry, 10th Edition Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry, 10th Edition By J.A. Beran A lab manual for the General Chemistry course, Beran’s Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry offers a broad selection of experiments and a clear layout and design. Containing enough material for two or three terms, this lab manual emphasizes chemical principles as well as techniques. In addition, the manual helps students understand the timing and situations for various techniques. Schedule a Demo Sign Up for a Test Drive Adopt WileyPLUS Want to learn more about WileyPLUS? Click Here Hear from our Authors What’s Inside About the Authors Table of Contents Wiley Engage Learning Platform Engage is a moodle-based product and allows instructors to assign the pre- and post-lab questions online with automatic grading and feedback. This course is fully customizable and can be tailored to include your own lab questions. Pre-Lab Questions Designed to facilitate the analysis of data in the experiment, the pre-lab questions appear in those experiments that require quantitative results. Pre-Lab Assignments Students are prompted to analyze representative experimental data in the pre-lab assignments, specific to experiments that require such analysis. Data Analysis Section A greater emphasis on presenting and analyzing experimental data is incorporated. Report Sheets Now more user-friendly, report sheets have been reformatted to allow more calculation space for students to work with their data. Dr. Jo Allan Beran is a Regents Professor of Chemistry at Texas A&M University System. He has published a combined total of 30 texts and lab manuals on chemistry as well as 19 articles in various journals. Dr. Beran is a member of American Chemical Society (ACS) and the Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT). Laboratory Safety and GuidelinesData DocumentationData AnalysisLaboratory Techniques A. IntroductionDry Lab 1: The Laboratory and SIExperiment 1: Basic Laboratory Operations B. Chemical and Physical PropertiesExperiment 2: Identification of a Compound: Chemical PropertiesExperiment 3: Water Analysis: SolidsExperiment 4: Paper ChromatographyExperiment 5: Percent Water in a Hydrated SaltExperiment 6: Acids, Bases, and SaltsDry Lab 2A: Inorganic Nomenclature I. Oxidation NumbersDry Lab 2B: Inorganic Nomenclature II. Binary CompoundsDry Lab 2C: Inorganic Nomenclature III. Ternary Compounds C. Mole ConceptExperiment 7: Empirical FormulasExperiment 8: Limiting ReactantExperiment 9: A Volumetric AnalysisExperiment 10: Vinegar Analysis D. Atomic and Molecular Structure Experiment 11: Periodic Table and Periodic LawDry Lab 3: Atomic and Molecular Structure E. GasesExperiment 12: Molar Mass of a Volatile LiquidExperiment 13: A Carbonate Analysis; Molar Volume of Carbon Dioxide F. SolutionsExperiment 14: Molar Mass of a SolidExperiment 15: Synthesis of Potassium Alum G. Acid-Base Equilibria and AnalysisExperiment 16: LeChâtelier’s Principle; BuffersExperiment 17: Antacid AnalysisExperiment 18: Potentiometric AnalysesExperiment 19: Aspirin Synthesis and AnalysisExperiment 20: Alkalinity of a Water ResourceExperiment 21: Hard Water AnalysisExperiment 22: Molar Solubility; Common-Ion Effect H. KineticsExperiment 23: Factors Affecting Reaction RatesExperiment 24: A Rate Law and Activation Energy I. ThermodynamicsExperiment 25: CalorimetryExperiment 26: Thermodynamics of the Dissolution of BoraxOxidation-Reduction Systems and AnalysisExperiment 27: Oxidation–Reduction ReactionsExperiment 28: Chemistry of CopperExperiment 29: Bleach AnalysisExperiment 30: Vitamin C AnalysisExperiment 31: Dissolved Oxygen Levels in Natural WatersExperiment 32: Galvanic Cells, the Nernst EquationExperiment 33: Electrolytic Cells, Avogadro’s Number K. Transition Metal Systems and AnalysisExperiment 34: An Equilibrium ConstantExperiment 35: Spectrophotometric Metal Ion AnalysisExperiment 36: Transition Metal Complexes L. Qualitative AnalysisDry Lab 4: Preface to Qualitative AnalysisExperiment 37: Qual: Common AnionsExperiment 38: Qual I. Na_, K_, Mg2_, Ca2_, Cu2Experiment 39: Qual II. Ni2_, Fe3_, Al3_, Zn2_ Wiley Team for Success. Dedicated to Student Achievement. The Team for Success authors are dedicated to ensuring that all of their Accounting titles are accessible to students, current, accurate, and have a consistent voice and pedagogy from introductory accounting to the intermediate level. Millions of students worldwide have learned from their exceptional resources—and now students are getting real results using ORION Adaptive Practice available in WileyPLUS for Accounting.