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General Chemistry I
Dr. Amy Petro
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General Chemistry




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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jenny Kwon on Saturday September 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 1410 at University of North Texas taught by Dr. Amy Petro in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see General Chemistry I in Chemistry at University of North Texas.


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Date Created: 09/17/16
CHEMISTRY 1430 – GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Instructor: Dr. Charles Browning Office:  Chem 381 E­mail:  Office Hours:  M 10:30­11:30AM, T 12:00­1:00PM, R 10:30AM­11:30PM Textbook:  Modern General Chemistry Laboratory: Incorporating Computer­Oriented  Data Acquisition and Evaluation Approach into the Student Laboratory  Experiment; Author – William Acree, Eagle Image Publishing Additional handouts for the new software will be provided each week to  supplement the lab manual Additional required materials: safety goggles/safety glasses*worn at all times in lab Recitation: This course has a lab recitation that is solely online after the first week  meeting in the form of Learning Modules.  Each Learning Module will include a video  demonstration on how to set up the laboratory experiment and related safe lab practices,  brief tutorials or applications relating to the experiment and its concepts, and a quiz that  is part of the grade for this course. Learning Modules will be available all term once posted under Course Content, but  quizzes are only available 24­36 hours before the lab until 10 minutes after the start  of your lab section time.  One quiz is dropped. The link to the video demonstrations for CHEM 1430 playlist (best viewed in 1080p) is TENTATIVE SCHEDULE (subject to change) Week of: RECITATION AND LABORATORY August 29 Recitation:  Meet in person at schedule time and location Laboratory: None  September 6* Recitation:  None Laboratory: Safety demonstrations, check­in, Glassware quiz    *MON labs excused September 12 Recitation:  Online, Learning Module over Experiment 1A Laboratory: Perform Experiment 1A  (Monday labs will complete the previous week’s activities also) September 19 Recitation: Online, Learning Module over Experiment 2 Laboratory:  Perform Experiment 2 September 26 Recitation: Online, Learning Module over Experiment 3  Laboratory: Perform Experiment 3 October 3 Recitation: Online, Learning Module over Experiment 4 Laboratory: Perform Experiment 4 October 10 Recitation: Online, Learning Module over Experiment 5 Laboratory: Perform Experiment 5 October 17 Recitation: Online, Learning Module over Experiment 6 Laboratory: Perform Experiment 6 October 24 Recitation: Online, Learning Module over Experiment 7 Laboratory: Perform Experiment 7 October 31 Recitation: Online, Learning Module over Experiment 8 Laboratory: Perform Experiment 8 November 7 Recitation: Online, Learning Module over Experiment 9 Laboratory: Perform Experiment 9 November 14 Recitation: Online, Learning Module over Experiment 10 Laboratory:  Perform Experiment 10 November 21 Recitation: None Laboratory:  None November 28 Recitation:  Online, Learning Module over Experiment 11 Laboratory:  Online, Learning Module over Experiment 11 Laboratory reports must be turned in by the following lab.   The last laboratory report must be turned in to the TA no later than 5:00 pm on Wednesday, December 7th. MAKE­UP LABS: There are no make­up laboratories.  If you miss a lab due to one of the following  five reasons it will be excused up to 2 times.  Otherwise, a missed laboratory will result  in a zero for that experiment. Acceptable reasons for missing an experiment are: 1. Illness (with physician’s note) 2. Death of a close family member or friend 3. Religious holiday (preplanned and cleared with instructor in advance) 4. An official University activity (preplanned and cleared with instructor in advance) 5. Cancellation of classes by the University Turn in the documentation for the missed laboratory to the Teaching Assistant. GRADING POLICY: Your grade will be determined entirely by your performance in the laboratory  (completed laboratory reports and TA assessment of safe laboratory practices).  This  semester 11 laboratory experiments will be performed.  The 260 total points in the  laboratory are broken down as follows: Best 10 of 11 Laboratory experiments Points Possible = 10 x 20  = 200 Online quizzes(one is dropped) Points Possible = 10 x  5  =   50 TA Assessment of Safe Laboratory Practices Points Possible        =   10 Total:       = 260 90 – 100 % of the total points Grade = A 80 – 89 % of the total points Grade = B 70 – 79 % of the total points Grade = C 60 – 69 % of the total points Grade = D Below 60 % Grade = F For individuals with a single excused absence, the total possible points in the laboratory  will be adjusted appropriately to reflect the one excused absence.  For students with  more than two excused absences, please see the Professor in charge to see if any of  the missed work can be made up.   Attendance and Behavior Policy  Students who are more than 20 minutes late to lab will receive a 0 for the lab.  Students who are NOT wearing safety glasses or protective eyewear  Disruptive students will be asked to leave and will receive a 0 for that week’s lab  Disruptive behaviors include:  Cell phone use (games, text, conversation, etc.)  “Horseplay” or running in the lab  Not following TA instructions The University of North Texas makes reasonable academic accommodation for students  with disabilities.  Students seeking accommodation must first register with the Office of Disability Accommodation (ODA) to verify their eligibility.  If a disability is  verified, the ODA will provide you with an accommodation letter to be delivered to  faculty to begin a private discussion regarding your specific needs in a course. You may  request accommodations at any time, however, ODA notices of accommodation should  be provided as early as possible in the semester to avoid any delay in implementation.  Note that students must obtain a new letter of accommodation for every semester and  must meet with each faculty member prior to implementation in each class. For additional information see the Office of Disability Accommodation website at You may also contact them by phone at 940.565.4323.


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