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Category Archives: Labs
Download new HW & experience the Greek Festival
All kinds of tidbits to share as we enter the first weekend in October:Homework page has been updated with answers to #3 and problems for #4Several folks turned in lab notebooks with their lab reports. Yikes – I wasn't counting… Continue reading
Feedback about lab notebooks
Now that I'm finished reading lab notebooks, I want to share a couple of general observations. The first and most important one is this: the lab notebooks were generally good. Most of them were prepared well, used effectively in lab,… Continue reading
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Where is tonight's LAB lecture?
As you know, our morning lectures have moved to the Psych auditorium.The Psych aud. is already committed to some other campus groups for Thursday evenings, so lab lectures will stay in Eliot 314, 6:10-7:00 Th.There is a llab lecture tonite… Continue reading
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Did You Lose Your Section?
The Registrar's Office has reassigned lab and/or conference sections for several students. Please check your class schedule this weekend to see whether it has been affected. If changes were made, they were made for a reason. You must attend your… Continue reading
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What's on deck for Fall '09?
This site will be updated periodically during summer '09. You can still look at the entire site, including all of the posts from '08-09, but not much has changed yet. Major changes will get announced by adding to this post…. Continue reading
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Supersized ferrocene impossible?
Ferrocene and acetylferrocene, the compounds featured in our current lab experiment, are examples of sandwich compounds or metallocenes. A metallocene of some sort has been made with every transition metal in existence, but double metallocenes in which two organic rings… Continue reading
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