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MatE 25 Lab Greensheet - 1 MATERIALS ENGINEERING 25 LABORATORY Chemical & Materials Engineering Department Spring 2010 Greensheet Lab Sections All labs meet in E105. Section Day Time Instructor Email 3 M 1030-1315 Ray, Wynn 5 M 1330-1615 Rosenthal, Jessica 6 M 1800-2045 Chafey, Dan 7 T 1000-1245 Khalaj Hedayati, Amirhossien 10 T 1330-1615 Serrano, Brenda 11 T 1800-2045 Abdelrahaman, Ramey 13 R 1000-1245 Tjahjadi, Jovita 14 R 1330-1615 Petersen, Ben Lab Manual The lab manual is online at (click on “Lab Manuals” on the left sidebar). Lab Times Please turn off your cell phones and pagers during both lecture and lab! There is absolutely no eating or drinking in lab. This includes water. Please step outside if you need to eat or drink. If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability, or if you need special arrangements in case the building must be evacuated, please make an appointment with me as soon as possible, or see me during office hours. Presidential Directive 97-03 requires that students with disabilities requesting accommodations must register with DRC to establish a record of their disability. Some weeks the lab sessions will be devoted to experiments; other sessions will be devoted to tutorials, workshops, demonstrations or other activities. Laboratory activities are considered an integral part of this course. You must attend the lab section you are
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MatE 25 Lab Greensheet - 2 registered for. Substitution of lab sections in case of emergency may be approved by the lab instructors of your assigned lab and the substitute lab once during the course. A form must be filled out by your instructor, in order to get full credit for your work . MAKE SURE the form is filled out and turned in with your work. Unexcused absences in lab will result in a zero for any assignments related to that lab. Your ACTIVE participation in the laboratory sessions is required. In order to complete the lab on time, be sure to do the reading assignments prior to lab. (They are listed on the attached schedule.) It will be helpful if you bring your textbook and a calculator to lab. There will generally be a quiz at the beginning of each lab period, covering the previous week’s lab material or the reading assignment. There will also be an exit quiz each week, which will demonstrate your mastery of the material covered in the week's lab. You can prepare for the quizzes by reviewing what we did in lab the previous week and by doing the appropriate data analysis on your experimental data from the previous week. The
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