LabSkills PreLabs v2 for Organic Chemistry (powered by OWLv2), 1 term (6 months) Instant Access, 2nd Edition
- Learning Science
- ISBN-10: 1305652568
- ISBN-13: 9781305652569
- Mixed Media
- Previous Editions: 2014
- COPYRIGHT: 2016 Published
Are your students ready for Lab? LabSkills is an online program that prepares students for their lab sessions through assignments in OWLv2, the leading online learning system for Chemistry. LabSkills makes it easy for you to require students to complete laboratory preparation prior to attending lab with demonstrations, interactive simulations, and quizzes. LabSkills PreLabs v2 is an enhanced course with 10 new techniques, plus new mobile-compatible simulations. LabSkills content is easy to assign and is automatically graded. LabSkills is currently used by schools and universities in more than thirty countries worldwide.
“If you hold students accountable, they realize OWLv2 will help them understand concepts and get a better grade.”
— Larry Margerum, Professor, University of San Francisco
Safety in the Laboratory.
Keeping a Laboratory Notebook.
Writing a Laboratory Report.
Weighing with a Top Pan Balance.
Weighing with an Analytical Balance.
Using Graduated Cylinders.
Preparing Standard Solutions.
Preparing Standard Solutions by Dilution.
Using an Electric Hot Plate and Magnetic Stirrer.
Heating Under Redux.
Performing Distillation Experiments.
Performing a Gravity Filtration.
Performing a Vacuum Filtration (BÜchner).
Using a Centrifuge.
Cooling with an Ice Bath.
Heating with a Water Bath.
Using a Rotary Evaporator.
Performing a Recrystallization.
Using a Separatory Funnel.
Choosing and Using Drying Agents.
Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC).
Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy.
Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (1H NMR).
Carbon-13 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (13C NMR).
Using a UV-Vis Spectrophotometer.
Performing a Melting Point Analysis.
Qualitative Tests for Organic Functional Groups.
Using Microscale Equipment.
Using an Automated Pipet (Microscale).
Heating under Reflux (Microscale).
Performing Distillation Experiments (Microscale).
Performing Pipet Filtration (Microscale).
Performing a Vacuum Filtration (Hirsch) (Microscale).
Performing a Recrystallization (Microscale).
Performing a Liquid Extraction (Microscale).
Mole Calculations Involving Liquids.
Mole Calculations Involving Molar Mass.
Mole Calculations Involving Solids.
Mole Calculations to Determine Yield.
Rate of Reaction Calculations.
Use of a Digital Thermometer.
Performing a steam/vacuum distillation.