Chemistry 8-11-17 Lab Safety & Procedures

CHEMISTRY: Wow! Great video, but do you feel like you have information overload!?

Here is the lab safety video we watched in class. It does have a ton of info, and the thing is, you absolutely must know it – and not just for the test, but also throughout the year in lab. It’s a really good idea to watch it again and take notes as you go.

Be sure and check your syllabus to be ready for Monday! Here are some important reminders and an important UPDATE:

  • Be sure you have entered your information in the first day of class form – it’s in the the post I wrote called, “Beginnings” – due this morning (Friday), by 8:00 A.M.
  • The lab safety rules that you are to write tonight for homework are on the first couple of pages of the Safety Packet. They must be handwritten on notebook paper. You only have to write the first part of the rule that is bold. At the end of all the rules, write “I agree to abide by these rules.” Then sign underneath and date it – due Monday in class.
  • I have printed the lab for Monday.Be sure and read Pt. 1, The Bunsen Burner, for Monday!

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19 thoughts on “Chemistry 8-11-17 Lab Safety & Procedures

  1. I rate myself a 5/5 for this week, I am really excited for this year in chemistry. A lot of my friends say it was hard but I’m going to be on top of everything.

  2. I rate myself a 5/5 this week I think I can do well this year if I stay on top of my work and manage my time well

  3. I rate myself a 5/5 I am stoked for a great year and am ready to get into the lab. I feel like if I stay on top of things I will be setting myself up for a succesful course.

  4. D Garrison C3
    I rate myself a 5/5 this week I think I can do well this year if I do well on the labs and do my homework.

  5. I rate myself a 4/5 for this week. The first day I was a little overwhelmed, but I believe if I start studying the lab apparatus now and not cram it all in one night then I will succeed! I’m excited to see what God has in store for this class!

  6. I rate myself a 5/5 for this week. I am really enjoying chemistry and can’t wait for what week 2 has in store for me!

  7. I rate myself a 5/5 for this week. I was intimidated coming in, but I definitely feel much more comfortable. I am very excited for every week ahead!

  8. i rate myself 5/5 for this week. I am very excited about Chemistry this year! I’m looking forward to all of the fun experiments that we will do this year!

  9. I rate myself a 5/5. I was very stressed coming into this class, but I’m starting to slowly gaining confidence. I am so excited to learn new things in this class this year!

  10. I rate myself a 5/5 for this week. I was nervous at first, but as long as I do my work and stay on task i think I will do well. I am excited to see what this class has in store.

  11. This week I would rate myself a 5/5 getting the smaller tasks done and really trying to pay attention the the little things. Going into this school year I hope to continue to keep up with my work.

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  13. This week I would rate myself a 4/5. I allowed myself to become easily overwhelmed and stressed out over tiny things. I can fix this by trying extra hard to stay calm and organized.

  14. i rate myself a 5/5 this week. at first i was kinda stressed out but as long as i read my syllabus i will do fine
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  15. i would rate myself a 5/5 this week. At first i was little overwhelmed but i think I’m gonna do really well in chemistry
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  16. i would rate myself a 5/5 this week. i was slightly overwhelmed by all of the information but ended up organizing and handling well. lauren robertson c3

  17. I would rate myself a 5/5. The first couple of days were somewhat overwhelming but I know I can handle it if I be organized and stay ahead!
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