Green Chemistry Laboratory Manual for General Chemistry 1st Edition by Sally A. Henrie pdf download

Green Chemistry Laboratory Manual for General Chemistry 1st Edition by Sally A. Henrie. 

Chapter 1 Determining the percent of water in epsom salt
Chapter 2 Determination of the formula of a copper supplement
Chapter 3 Determination of mass and mole relationships in a chemical reaction 
Chapter 4 Finding ethanol’s molar mass using vapor density
Chapter 5 Determining molar volume of a gas at standard temperature and pressure
Chapter 6 Determining the enthalpy change for solvation reactions
Chapter 7 Spectroscopic determination of food dye in popsicles
Chapter 8 Separation of food dyes by paper chromatography
Chapter 9 What is the best solution to lower a freezing point?
Chapter 10 Standardization of a sodium hydroxide solution
Chapter 11 Determining the amount of acid in ketchup and hot sauce
Chapter 12 Using an appropriate indicator for acid-base titrations
Chapter 13 Preparation and properties of buffer solutions
Chapter 14 Determination of the rate of reaction and its order
Chapter 15 Equilibrium constant for ferric ion–salicylic acid complex determination
Chapter 16 Determination of amount of ascorbic acid in a vitamin C tablet by redox titration
Chapter 17 Qualitative analysis of metal cations and using ion-selective electrodes
Chapter 18 How to determine the order of an electrochemical series 
Chapter 19 Voltaic cells and how batteries are made
Chapter 20 Synthesis and chemical analysis of sodium iron (III) EDTA

Green Chemistry Laboratory Manual for General Chemistry 1st Edition by Sally A. Henrie

Preface by Sally A. Henrie: I was impressed by green chemistry the very first time I was introduced to it in 2001 by Dr. Mary Kirchhoff at the American Chemical Society National Spring meeting. I was so captivated by it that right after this, I began working with undergraduate students on research to develop manuals that used greener chemicals and methods while still teaching the traditional material typically covered. As the research progressed, I gained a desire to not only develop greener experiments, but also introduce students to green chemistry in a tangible way that challenges them to embrace its vision. I hope that students will become captivated by it like I am as they realize green chemistry is a new way of actually doing chemistry. I want them to grasp that it requires creativity, innovation, and ingenuity to design novel ways to create and synthesize products and to implement processes that will eliminate or greatly reduce the environmental impact, and to be challenged by this. It was with these goals in mind that the Green Chemistry Laboratory Manual for General Chemistry was created. 

To realize these goals, green chemistry principles are discussed in the introductory material and applied to the experiments that will be performed. After they have completed the procedure and analyzed their results, students are challenged in a Think Green inquiry section to consider what principles of green chemistry are positively impacted and to research particular relevant topics. Often in this section they are encouraged to develop a method based on what they learned and then to try their ideas. At the end of each chapter is the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge section. From this, students are able to learn about how the green chemistry principles are actually applied in our world. Students are asked to look up a Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge award that relates to what was studied in the chapter and summarize what was accomplished to receive this award. 

But why was the general chemistry laboratory chosen to introduce students to green chemistry principles in this way? The general chemistry laboratory is an excellent place to inspire students to learn to think green.

Many of these students will continue on in science or engineering professions and work in these areas to contribute to society. Teaching them to learn to apply the principles of green chemistry at the start of their college science education will allow them more time to firmly establish a foundation in the principles of green chemistry that they can later use in their future careers. 
“Sally A. Henrie”.

Book Details:
⏩Edition: 1st edition
⏩Author: Sally A. Henrie
⏩Puplisher: CRC Press   
⏩Puplication Date: March 20, 2015 
⏩Language: English
⏩Pages: 372
⏩Size: 4.39 MB
⏩Format: PDF

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