Syllabus for General Chemistry Lab II(CH104)-[CH104-Syllabus]

 

1. Course Number: CH104

2. Lecture: Experiment: Credit : 0: 3h: 1

3. Time Schedule

                                    

Time

Fri

a.m.

9:00 ~ 12:00

 

Prof.

정용원(Yongwon Jung)

TA

민병기 (Byeong Ki Min)

p.m.

13:00 ~ 16:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Laboratory Manual

       Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry, tenth Edition, J.A.Beran, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

( Advanced chemistry with venier,  Food chemistry experiments)

 

5. Objectives for the Course

    1) To teach basic laboratory techniques

    2) To introduce to elementary methods of assessing the significance of experimental measurements

    3) To provide an experience that enables the students to acquire positive attitude toward chemistry, or science.


6. Course Requirement

   Writing up and submission of lab reports. Includes the following (but see evaluation)

      1) Observations and experimental detail

      2) Detailed method of processing the experimental data

            ( for Quantitative analytical experiment)

      3) Calculations and Conclusions regarding the accuracy and the precision of experimental  

             results and errors and the inherent errors based on the measurements

 

7. Grading

  A(45-50%), B (45%-50%), C-D (5%), F per one class (Two unexcused absences =  F for this course)

 

8. Methods of Evaluation

 

The student will be evaluated based on his/her performance of the requirement listed below.

  One Experiment = 100 points

  8 experiments X 100 points = 800 points in total

 

The assignment description of an experiment consists of three parts; Pre-lab Assignment, Lab Report, and Post-Lab Assignment. Poins distribution is as follows.

         1) Pre-Lab Assignment (30 points) or Quiz

            (a) Introduction (Theory) and Procedure Summary (5 pts in each)

            (b) Question (20 pts)

 

        2) Attitude (10 points)

           (a) lateness, lab safety or cleanup (5 pts),  (c) Concentration or comprehension (5 pts)

 

        3) Laboratory Reports  (40 points)

            (a) Result

            (b) Discussion

                 o Summary

                 o Assessing the results

                 0 Conclusions

            (c) Reference

 

         4) Post-Lab Questions & Presentations (20 pts)

 

 9. Examination Information

   No Exams.

 

10. Reference

       1)  handbooks

            (a) CRC handbook of Chemistry and Physics (CRC press, Boca Raton, Florida)

            (b) Merck Index(Merck & Co., Rakway, New Jersey)

            (c) Lange's Handbook of Chemistry (MaGraw-Hill, New York)

 

11. Schedule and Contents

 

    (a) Schedule

Week

Date

(Fri)

Friday Class

Exp#

Lab

1st

3/3

[Exp0]

502

2nd

3/10

[Exp1]

502

3rd

3/17

[Exp2]

502

4th

3/24

[Exp3] [No class]

502

5th

3/31

[Exp4] -> [Exp3]

502

6th

4/7

[Exp5]-> [Exp4]

502

7th

4/14

[Exp5]

 

8th

4/17 ~ 4/21

 

 

9th

4/28

[Exp6]

502

10th

5/5

   

11th

5/12

Presentation

502

12th

5/19

[Exp7]

502

13th

5/26

Presentation

502

14th

6/2

[Exp8]

502

15th

6/9

Presentation

502

16th

6/12- 6/16

 

 

        * Supplementary classes &  Laboratory Score Check /Confirmation

            (4/17-10/21) Mid-term Examination Period

            (6/12-6/16) Final Examination Period

 

   (b) Topics

 

Experiment # and Topics

Exp.0. Orientation : Introduction, Work Instructions, and Laboratory Safety

Exp.1.Transition Metal Complexes (Experiment 36)

Exp.2. Enzyme Kinetics

Exp.3. Aspirin Synthesis and Analysis  (Experiment 19)

Exp.4. Natural and Synthetic Polymers: The Preparation of Nylon

Exp.5. Hard Water Analysis (Experiment 21)

Exp.6. Individually and Freely chosen Topic & Presentation

Exp.7. Individually and Freely chosen Topic & Presentation

Exp.8. Individually and Freely chosen Topic & Presentation

 

12. Additional Information

 

0 Utilizing TURNITIN

  Student must submit an assignment file including pre-lab assignmen, lab report, and post-lab assignment through the Turnitin system in due date. You should us MS-Word to produce your assignments. (www.turninin.com)

 

0 Assignment Submission and Feedback

  - Online Submission: www.turnitin.com

      i) Creat your account. Enter class ID and Password (provided by TA)

      ii) Enter your name in korean or English

  - Submission Due: Within 7 days

  - Posting grade: Within 3 days from the due date

  - Claim period: Within 2 days after the period of grading and feedback

 

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

Mon

Tue

 

[Exp1]

Due: Within 7 days

 

Period for Grading and Feedback of the Assignment

Claim period

 

 

0 Policy for Late Lab Report

  You should submit your assignment by due date on Turnitin. You are entirely reponsible for both upload of the assignment file within due date and confirmation of the successful upload to the Turnitin. Warning! We will not accept any excuses or compromise in case that you deduct any points below due to your late report submission. If miss last chance, you don't need to submit it.

                           Within 24 hours (last chance): -20 points

                           More than 24 hours: -100 points

 

0 Our Guidelines to check Plagiarism Using the Turnitin Software

  Reports having similarity ranges from 24% to 100% or the following common sources will be regarded as plagiarism that results in zero for all reports involved (determined by chief and instructor).

 

1) Example 1. Text matching

   i) Overall similarity index: should not exceed 24% (24% and below gives the color code-Green, in Turntin, indicating that it within the acceptable)

   ii) Acceptable number of words in unbroken string (phrase or sentence): should not exceed 15 words

If you get an orange 52% similarity percentage, that means that 52% of your report is exactly the same as other sources found by Turnitin. Even in case of 15% similarity, if the matching text is one continuous block of borrowed material (should not exceed 15 words), it will be considered as plagiarized text of significant concern.

 

2) Example 2. Cut/ Copy and Paste material from the Web, textbooks or online manual, data

 

3) Example 3. Copying the work of another student

 

 

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