You are on page 1of 28

Welcome to Experimental General

Chemistry 1. Chem. 103

Instructor: Dr. Mohanad Shkoor


Email Address: mshkoor@qu.edu.qa
Office hours: 1:00-3:00 (Thursday) for Females Building C-01 Office B201
3.00-4.00 (Monday and Wednesday) for Males BCR Office D221

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

Course Materials

Laboratory Manual is available on blackboard under the tab (course content)

Syllabus is available on blackboard under the tab (course syllabus)

Safety Manual is available on blackboard under the tab (safety Guidelines)

Reference
Textbook for general Chemistry: R. Chang and K. Goldsby, Chemistry 11th edition

This power point presentation doesnt replace the course materials posted on BB. You need to carefully read all the materials posted on BB

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

Course Materials
1st week:

Introduction: Laboratory and Chemical Safety and Use of Laboratory Equipment.

2nd/3rd week:

Measurements of Mass and Volume

4th week:
5th week:

Nomenclature and Formula Writing

6th week:

Qualitative Analysis: Unknown Anions


First Practical Exam
Redox reactions and the Metal Activity Series
First Written Exam
Synthesis of Alum from Aluminum Metal

7th week:
8th week:
9th week:

Grading scheme:
Points
First Practical Exam
10
Final Practical Exam
15
First Written Exam
10
Final Written Exam
15
Pre-Lab Quizzes
15
Notebook and Evaluation of Laboratory Practice 10
Reports
25
Total
100

Qualitative Analysis of Anions

Evaluation of the Universal gas Constant R

10th week:

Thermochemistry: Hess Law and the Heat of Formation of MgO

11th week

Volumetric Analysis I: Standardization of NaOH Solution

12th week:

UV/VIS Spectroscopy and Spectrophotometry:


Spectrophotometric Analysis of Potassium Permanganate Solutions.

13th week:

14th week:
15th/16th
week:

Spectrophotometric Analysis of a Commercial Aspirin Tablet.

Volumetric Analysis II: Determination of Active Ingredients in Commercial Bleach and


Vinegar

Final Practical Exam / Final Written Exam

Note: There may be changes differences in the weekly schedule due to statutory holidays
and other special occasions, however the sequence of the experiments and exams will be
the same.. Any changes in the schedule will be announced on Blackboard.

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

Course Materials

Before coming to the lab

Print out the report page for the experiment and bring with you to the lab.
Bring a medium size hard-cover notebook
A white lab coat.

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

Safety in Lab

Chemistry Laboratory contains many potentials risks

Keep yourself and your colleagues informed about safety rules. Report any violation of these rules

Abide by safety guidelines

Locate the safety equipment

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

Safety in Lab
Safety equipments

Shower& eye wash fountains

9/13/2015

fire extinguishers

fire blankets

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

first aid kit

Safety in Lab

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

Safety in Lab

Protect your eyes. Wear goggles at all times. No contact lenses

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

Safety in Lab

Wear your lab coat

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

Safety in Lab

Tie long hair (hijab) back. Keep your hair/hijab out of burner flames and harmful liquids

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

10

Safety in Lab

Wear shoes that cover all of your feet

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

11

Safety in Lab
AGAIN AND AGAIN
Wear your lab coat in the lab, Goggles and Gloves

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)


Goggle
Gloves
Lab coat

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

12

Safety in Lab

Do not eat or drink in the laboratory and do not taste any chemical

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

13

Safety in Lab

Do not smell chemicals directly. Use your hand to waft the odor to your nose

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

14

Safety in Lab

Do not pipet solutions by mouth. Use a rubber suction bulb or special pipette filler

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

15

Safety in Lab

When heating in a test tube, do not direct it to your face or neighbor.

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

16

Safety in Lab

Use tube holders while heating chemicals in the tube


Do not put flammable liquids near an open flame

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

17

Safety in Lab

Chemistry laboratory is not a place for games

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

18

Safety in Lab

Do not carry out or watch unauthorized experiments.


Do not work in the laboratory in the absence of your laboratory instructor or his/her authorized
representative.
Use a fume hood when required.

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

19

Safety in Lab

Report any accident or a chemical spillage immediately to your lab instructor.


Do not violate any other safety rules given in this manual or issued by your laboratory
instructor.
Wash your hands before leaving the laboratory.

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

20

Laboratory Housekeeping

Clean up broken glass immediately with a broom and a dustpan. Do not use your hands. Special containers
may be provided for disposal
Clean up solid and liquid spillage immediately. Ask for the cleanup procedure.

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

21

Laboratory Housekeeping
Do not bring stock chemicals to your laboratory bench.

Take only the needed chemicals for your experiment.

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

22

Laboratory Housekeeping

Read the label on a bottle carefully. Is it the correct chemical?

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

23

Laboratory Housekeeping

Never return an unused chemical to a stock bottle.


Never switch lid of chemicals. This will lead to serious contaminations.
Do not insert a pipet or medicine dropper into a stock bottle.
Avoid contamination by pouring the liquid into one of your
test tubes, flasks, or beakers before taking a sample.
Use special care with stoppers or tops of stock bottles. Keep them clean

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

24

Laboratory Housekeeping

Use labeled waste container provided to dispose unwanted chemicals


Do not pour any chemical into the sink

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

25

Laboratory Glassware and Equipments


Please refer to the lab manual for detailed information about glassware

Graduated cylinders

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

26

Laboratory Glassware and Equipments


Graduated cylinders

Volumetric flasks

9/13/2015

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

27

Laboratory Glassware and Equipments


Graduated cylinders

Erlenmeyer flasks

9/13/2015

Bchner funnel

CHEM 103 FALL 2015 DR. MOHANAD SHKOOR

Funnels

28