Chemistry is an experimental science. Whenever you begin study of a new field, what do you have to do first? You have to learn the language of that field of study. Every field of study has its own vocabulary. Chemists use words that have a different meaning for example the word mole. Therefore, a good grasp of the language of chemistry is critical to your success in a chemistry course. However, in order to successful perform an experiment and write a report, the focus will be on mastering the techniques which are necessary to carry out experiments. When teachers teach chemistry they generally try to use the new words only when they need them making the learning of the language much easier. Thus, it is important that students of chemistry do experiments in the laboratory to fully understand that the theories they study in lecture and their textbooks are developed from the critical evaluation of experimental data. The laboratory can also aid the students in the study of the science by clearly illustrating the principles and concepts involved. Finally, laboratory experimentation allows students the opportunity to develop techniques and other manipulative skills that students of science must master. This book provides an intensive introduction to the techniques of experimental chemistry and gives students an opportunity to learn and master the basic chemistry lab techniques for carrying out experiments. It is intended that the book will be a useful resource to those who will master techniques and experiments in chemistry.
AUTOR: Aiker, Kenneth
EDITORA: Auris Reference
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