I would include lab safety: PPE, Fire Safety, hazardous gas generation , fume hood procedures, ventilation verification etc.
Segregating/prepping the wastes upon completion of the experiment.
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The old saying: Always Add Acid. You can never stress that enough.
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On Monday, June 2, 2014 4:03 PM, Frankie Wood-Black <fwblack**At_Symbol_Here**CABLEONE.NET> wrote:
OK - I am working on a few different things all of which require a listing of basic laboratory skills for general chemistry - i.e. those things they should have learned in high school science. There is no definitive list out there - and in fact - I am not finding a good one at all.
Here is my list:
- measuring to the proper significant figures
- Using a triple beam balance
- Transferring liquids
- mixing liquids and solids
- Heating materials
- smelling a liquid
- writing a laboratory report
- using a bunsen burner
What others should be on the list?
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