General Remarks

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EXPERIMENTS IN GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY MANUAL FOR CHEM 118 © Department of Chemistry Tulane University New Orleans, Louisiana 70118 (504) 865-5573
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General Remarks iii 1. Class Policies and Procedures 1.1 Lab Manual and Notebook The lab manual “Experiments in General Chemistry II” contains the basic experiments to be performed in this course, as well as necessary background material. Additionally, it might be helpful to consult other textbooks for a more in-depth coverage of a particular subject. In addition to the manual, you will need a carbon copy lab notebook for this course. The Laboratory Research Notebook available at the University bookstore is a good choice. 1.2 Check-in and Check-out At check-in, you will be given a combination to your lock. Write your combination in your laboratory manual or your notebook. Remember that you are responsible for the contents of your drawer. At the end of the semester you will check out of the lab. If you fail to check out you will be charged a $25 checkout fee. If you choose to drop the lab, you still must check out of your drawer. Full check-in details are provided below. 1.3 Attendance and Make-up Labs You must attend the correct laboratory section. Attending a lab section in which you are not enrolled will result in a failing grade. You must attend every lab period and perform every experiment. There will be no make-up labs except for the following reasons: death in the family, severe illness, religious requirement, court appearance, or participation in a university sanctioned event. Planned absences must be made up before the lab, which is to be missed, is scheduled. If you know that you will have to miss a lab, make arrangements with the instructor ahead of time. Other absences will be unexcused with no make-up. Missing two or more labs will result in a failing grade. All make-up labs must be approved by the faculty member in charge of the lab. Labs must be made up within a week of the absence, and the lab report is still due at the next regular meeting of your lab section. You are responsible for submitting your report to the proper teaching assistant. You must arrive in lab on time . If you are having problems
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General Remarks iv with a lab you need to see your TA early-on so they can be sorted out. You will not receive extra time on a lab report because you were not able to solve a problem with your lab prior to class. 1.4 Laboratory Reports: due dates and penalties for lateness Lab reports are due at the beginning of the next lab meeting. Late lab reports will be subject to a 10 point/day penalty with a maximum of 3 days. After 3 days late, no lab report will be accepted. Make certain all lab reports are given directly to the appropriate teaching assistant. Misdirected labs will be treated as late labs.
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