This laboratory manual is probably quite different from any chemistry lab manual you have seen before; it is an attempt to give general chemistry students an appreciation of what chemists do. Real scientists do not have a recipe for each experiment that they perform. Rather, they devise heir own experiments to test their hypotheses and gather and analyze data. In the real world there is no right answer, and so it will be in this laboratory experience. The open-ended projects in the manual will last several weeks and require students to work together in teams to sloven problems, using skills that are ever more necessary in everyday life.
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Melanie Cooper is Associate Professor of Chemistry at Clemson University and Director of Undergraduate laboratories in the Chemistry Dept. Dr. Cooper has been the recipient of several NSF awards to develop new laboratory curricula, and she has become very interested in the incorporation of communication and cirtical thinking skills into chemistry courses.
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