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WELCOME to

CH 200 L

LAB INSTRUCTORS
Jolleen Balitaan, MS Chem
Ma. Cecilia M. Villaraza, MS Chem
Organic Chemistry
Compounds of carbon
Compounds from living things
Can be prepared or synthesized in the lab
Birds Eyeview of CH 200 Lab

PRELIMS PERIOD
Birds Eyeview of CH 200 Lab

FINALS
GENERAL FORMAT
1. Pre-Laboratory Discussion
-objectives of the experiment
-assignments before the experiment (i.e chemical
structures and purpose of the reagents, some prelab
computations
-introduction on the new techniques
-important set-ups
-samples to bring
-precautions to be aware of
-preparation of the schematic diagram
2. Submission of Logbook before the experiment;
Check-on Quiz before the Experiment
GENERAL FORMAT
3. Experiment proper
- Lab gown and lab goggles are required
- minimal supervision
4. Post Lab
-Prelims: Written Reports (one week after
the experiment)
-Finals: Oral Reports (a schedule will be
given)
- Reinforcement Exercise
5. Quiz
Grading System
Attendance is a requirement (5 pts)
- 3 lates is equiv. to 1 absent
- 1 absent is minus one from 5 pts
Performance (5 pts)
- attitude in the laboratory and towards your groupmates
- behavior in the lab: attentive, participative, resourceful
- submit requirements on time
- wears the lab gown and goggles during experient
Laboratory Reports: Oral and Written
(20 pts)
Post Laboratory Report Sheet (5 pts)
Logbook (10 pts)
Quizzes ( 20 pts)
Long Exams :Prelims & Finals (30 pts)
Check-on Quizzes (5 pts)
Individual Requirements
1. Learners Profile 2x2 Picture

CH 200 LAB YEAR & SECTION ____________ SEAT NO. ______


FAMILY NAME GIVEN NAME MIDDLE NAME (NICK NAME)
BIRTHDAY:______________________ RANK IN THE FAMILY_______ i.e 3/4
RELIGION:_______________ CONTACT NO. _________________________

PERMANENT ADDRESS:
CITY ADDRESS:
FATHERS NAME ____________________ ALUMNUS? ____ (COLLEGE/FACULTY)
MOTHERS NAME ____________________ALUMNA?____(COLLEGE/FACULTY)
GUARDIAN _____________________ CONTACT NOS.___________ (PARENT/GUARDIAN)

ORGANIZATION INVOLVED IN: indicate if school or civic (POSITION IF OFFICER/MEMBER)


MEDICAL CONDITION:

* 8x11 bond paper; computerized; 2 inches margin from top; collated by class
secretary, fastened in a folder (color coded/section)
Individual Requirements
2. Laboratory Gown
3. Safety Goggles
4. Lab Manual
Group Requirements
Logbook a first hand data of the experiment
- Logbook Keeping:
1. No pencil (only permanent black or blue
ink)
2. No liquid erasures
3. No tearing of pages
4. A required format will be followed
5. Each member will be assigned one
experiment. Graded: 10 pts
Grading of Logbook
Format (2 pts)
- all parts are in order
- use of blue or black permanent ink, no liquid erasers
- no tearing of pages
Table of Results/Graphs/Observation (3 pts)
- tables/graphs are properly labelled
- observations are correctly noted and complete
- computer print-out of results are attached
Procedure/Schematic Diagram (2 pts)
Conclusion (1 pt)
Set-ups are drawn and properly labelled (2 pts)
Schematic Diagram
This is a type of flow chart.
It that starts with the sample or all of the
things present in the crude reaction
mixture at the beginning of work-up
Then it shows where everything eventually
ends up during work-up and purification.