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CH 119 - Lab for CH 118


Credit Hours: 1.0

This basic laboratory course assumes no prior laboratory experience. Emphasis is placed on experimental procedures, manipulations, techniques, data gathering, and data evaluation. Experiment topics will demonstrate how the science of chemistry can be applied to criminal investigations.

Fulfills SUNY General Education – Natural Sciences.

Course Outcomes
Upon the completion of this course, the student should be able to:

  • conduct experiments that provide support for key principles covered in lecture;
  • develop the ability to make observations, gather and classify data;
  • develop an awareness of hazards of chemical substances and how to work with them safely;
  • prepare a laboratory report;
  • demonstrate the proper and safe use of laboratory equipment; and
  • apply chemical principles and analytical methods to criminal investigations.


Corequisites: CH 118
F/S (N)