The laboratory experiments are designed to help the students to learn the necessary basic organic chemistry laboratory skills as well as provide an introduction to useful organic spectroscopic techniques. This lab helps the students to know the laboratory techniques of organic chemistry such as synthesis, isolation, purification, and identification of organic compounds. The student will also be trained in the proper way to write a scientific laboratory reports.
In-organic Chemistry Laboratory
The main purpose of this laboratory is to provide the students an appreciation for the synthesis and characterizations of inorganic complexes. It is also aimed to provide the students a degree of competence in the laboratory skills required for accurate and precise chemical analysis. Therefore it is expected that the students will demonstrate proficiency in the theory underlying analytical techniques and to apply this theory to obtain reliable analytical results on the synthesis of inorganic complexes.
Physical Chemistry Laboratory
This laboratory is intended to acquaint the students with the practice of experimental physical chemistry. The goal of the lab is to apply the principles of thermodynamics, kinetics and spectroscopy presented in the physical chemistry lecture courses, in some illustrative experiments. The students understand the interconnection between the experimental foundation and underlying theoretical principles and to appreciate the limitations inherent in both theoretical treatments and experimental measurements. Students learn a variety of physico-chemical measurement techniques to develop the laboratory skills and the ability to work independently. This lab also teaches the students how to deal with complexity, both in experimentation and data analysis, which is an important component of any scientist’s expertise.