Lab 6 & Expt. 5 – freezing point depression
Pre-/post-post lab questions for Freezing point depression are due on 10/15/2020 by 6:00 PM.
Freezing point depression lab.
Lab manual pages: 39-49.
Pre-lab questions: Lab manual pages: 42.
Post-lab questions: Lab manual pages: 48-49.
Suggested videos for freezing point depression lab.
https://youtu.be/tgrhMYU1Q4wBergen Community College
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General Chemistry II CHM 241
LABORATORY MANUAL 2019
Dr. Ara Kahyaoglu Prof. Jean Acken
Associate Professor Assistant Professor
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To the instructor,
This manual is available as a free download from the Bergen Community College website.
The Science Department’s aim has been to provide low cost, safe, and interesting, yet
Students are to complete the pre-laboratory exercises prior to the laboratory session. The
departmental format for the laboratory report can be found in the course syllabus.
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To the students,
This manual is available to BCC students for free download from the Bergen Community
College website. The Science Department’s aim has been to provide low cost, safe, and
interesting, yet relevant experiments that illustrate the concepts presented in the lecture
Safety is everyone’s number one priority. Do not hesitate to ask your instructor if you do not
understand the procedure.
Keep in mind that your instructor expects you to be prepared for every laboratory session.
We appreciate the efforts of professors PJ Ricatto, Linda Box, Gary Porter, Brent Chapman,
Frank Ramdayal, Farah Rezae and Riwa Dandan through their suggestions and corrections.
Dr. Ara Kahyaoglu, author
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