Sathananthan re-schedule W10

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2009 / 10 Application Form - Rescheduling of Chemistry Undergraduate Laboratory NOTE: This form must be signed by the Senior Laboratory Instructor before the lab and must be signed by the TA at the end of the laboratory period to verify your attendance. Submit the completed form with your laboratory report to your regular TA. Failure to do so will result in a grade of zero for the laboratory report. Complete the following fields and keep the file as a WORD document. Send by email attachment to the Senior Laboratory Instructor ( richard.bartholomew@uoit.ca ) at least 3 days before the re- scheduled laboratory period. If your request is approved, the form will be signed and emailed back to you. Suggest an alternative period in case your first choice is unavailable. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
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Unformatted text preview: Name and Student ID: Rubeshan Sathananthan 100371055 Chemistry Course Code: 1800U-004 CRN:- 70069 TA for Original Laboratory Period: kavin Experiment to be Re-scheduled: Experiment 2 - Atomic Spectroscopy Reason for Re-scheduling: My uncle had to go to his cousins funeral. There was no one else to drop him at the airport. So I had to go and drop him at the airport this morning. Documentation to be Provided (may be submitted separately): Requested Laboratory Period (include CRN, day, time and date): W1 Class 9:10 am - 11:00 am R , 70072 Alternative Laboratory Period: TA Signature for Re-scheduled Period: Approved: OK, for Thurs. Feb. 11, 9 11 am Not Approved ______________________ SLI Signature_____________________________________________________...
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course CHEMISTRY CHEM1800 taught by Professor Krista during the Winter '10 term at UOIT.

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