Instructional Videos for General Chemistry at Brooklyn College

This page provides links to instructional videos for General Chemistry courses at Brooklyn College. They mostly demonstrate techniques, and they are assigned to the first experiment in which those techniques are used. However, some of these techniques are used frequently during the laboratory sequence and it may make sense to review them even after you have used the technique once.


Chemistry 1040: General Chemistry for the Health-related Professions
Using a Buret
Using a Pipet
Used in Experiment 1 and multiple other experiments.
Measuring Conductivity and Voltage Used in Experiment 5
Using the Vernier Colorimeter for Kinetics Used in Experiment 10



Chemistry 1100 General Chemistry & Chemistry 2050: General Chemistry IB
Using a Buret
Using a Pipet
Used in Experiment 1 and multiple other experiments.
Performing a Least-Squares Fit in Excel
Video by Cody Tabbert
Notes on using a Spec 20 Spectrophotometer
Used in Experiment 10



Chemistry 2100 General Chemistry II
Using a Buret
Using a Pipet
Performing a Least-Squares Fit in Excel -Video by Cody Tabbert
Notes on using a Spec 20 Spectrophotometer
Background skills from Chem 1100, used in multiple experiments in Chem 2100.
Using the Vernier Colorimeter for Kinetics Used in Experiment A (Handout, Fall 16)
Understanding Chirality
Using the Polarimeter
Used in Experiment E (Handout, Fall 16)