Chemistry 2 Lab (CHE4212L.01)

John Bullock

Students will be introduced to new lab techniques and ways to measure progress of reactions. In particular, students will employ a variety of spectroscopic techniques to identify reaction products and measure rates. The utility of the latter for considering mechanistic possibilities is one of the key concepts in the lecture portion of the course and will be emphasized in the laboratory as well. Students will also devise their own questions and experiments.

Corequisite: Chemistry 2.

Prerequisites: Chemistry 1 (see Janet Foley for registration).
Credits: 0
Th 2:10pm - 6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 16
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