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Unformatted text preview: Professors Dr. Cindy Harwood BRWN 1144F and [email protected] Lecture Times Dr. Minou Bina BRWN 31310 [email protected] Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:30 PM 8; 2:30 PM, WTHR 200 Laboratories . and P30 As listed on your course schedule. Sessions 6 r 9 Lecture Coordinator: Amanda Logue, [email protected] 0” S _ Lab Coordinator: Adam Kraft, [email protected] Supervrsors Things you Must > Purchase the necessary materials and attend iectures. Do During Week > Read the information in this course packet and update your #1 personal calendar for the semester. > Purchase CONNECT access (if you did not have access for CHM 11100 last semester) and begin assignments. Things you Must Do by the End of > Things that were to be done during Week #1. > Complete and pass the lab safety certification available onuline week #2 at your CHM11200 lecture blackboard course under Assessments. > Attend lectures, labs and P80 sessions as scheduled. Learning Materials Text§°°k and Introduction to CHEMISTRY, 2nd Edition, by Bauer, Birk & Marks. Mc- on‘l-me Graw—Hill Higher Education, 2010. If you did not have CHM 11100 Homework access to McGraw—Hill Connect on-line homework program, you will Access have to purchase access. Several package and individual options are available. Bookstores The unbound Loose Leaf 3-hole punch version of the Bauer textbook is availabie in the local bookstores with Connect access for $85.22 + bookstore markup) Internet options _ The Bauer interactive book plus on-tine homework access for $73.50 (purchase directly through Connect; link to Connect is on the Blackboard homepage) Bauer text on-line homework only for $20.00 (purchase through Connect; link to Connect is on the CHM 11200 Blackboard lecture homepage) Chemistry 11200, Spring 2011 Laboratory Manual and Notebook Miscellaneous Supplies General Chemistry Office (BRWN 1144) for Administrative Details URLs Office Hours Chemistry Resource Room (WTHR 1 17) Purdue University Chemistry 11200 Laboratory Manual, Purdue University, Spring 2011 Edition, Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Inc. The required lab manuals and laboratory notebooks are available at the local bookstores. if you have sufficient unused pages in the lab notebook that you used for CHM 11100, it is acceptable to use that notebook for CHM 11200. > A simple scientific calculator for exams. Graphing calculators are not permitted at exams. > Approved splash goggles for chemistry labs. > A padlock for your lab drawer. v A black, permanent ink Sharpie pen to mark lab glassware. Sources of Help and Information 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 765-494-5250 Monday - Friday: Office Phone Number: The staff in BRWN 1144 handles all the administrative details associated with the course. For example, go to this office to change your schedule (weeks 2), to get signatures on university forms such as Form 23, to get grade checks, for CONNECT registration questions or to resolve grade issues. Staff members are there to help you but they must also abide by the professor’s and university’s rules. Blackboard: www.itap.purdue.eduitltiblackboardi CONNECT [Use the link on the CHM11200 Blackboard page] PU Academic Success Center: www.purdue.edu/ascir PU Gen Chem Help Page: www.chem.purdue.eduigchelpi Boilercast: www.itap.purd ue.ed u/tlt/Boilercast/ A complete schedule of office hours for professors and CHM 11200 T-As will be posted on Blackboard. Office hours begin during week #2 of the semester in the WTHR 116 area. Dates and times that the Chemistry Resource Room will be open will be posted on Blackboard courses and at the Resource Room. CHM 11200 Lecture, Lab and Exam Schedules Spring 2011 Date Lecture Topic (T & Th) Reading textbook 11—Jan Orientation; The Gaseous State Ci'I 9 13-Jan The Gaseous State Ch 9 laborato manual Hall of Music Check—in 1 Review of Course Policies -- in lab Com piete Safety Certification on Blackboard by the end of week #1 _ L1: Quantifying the Amount of Gas Produced 2 in a Chemical Reaction {lab notebook, splash goggles, and proper clothes for lab work are required) 3 25-Jan The Liquid and Solid States Ch 10 L2: Crystalline Solids 3 27vJan Solutions Ch 11 - 1-Feb Solutions L3: Freezing Points and Molar Mass 4 3-Feb Solutions Determination Quiz 1 (211 or 213} Personal lock needed for lab drawer. - 18-Jan Gaseous, Liquid and Solid States 20-Jan The Liquid and Solid States Ch 10 5 8-Feb Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium ---- «no |ab----—-——-- 10—Feb Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium Ch 12 (time compensation for evening exams) L4: The Rate of Gas Produced in a Chemical Reaction 15-Feb Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium 1T-Feb Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium Ch 12 Feb 14 (M) 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM 22—Feb Acids and Bases L5: Chemical Equilibrium and Stress 7 24-Feb Acids and Bases Quiz 2 (2I22 or 24) 1—Mar Acids and Bases L6: Describing Acids 3-Mar Oxidation~Reduction Reactions -—-— mid—semester m 8-Mar Oxidation-Reduction Reactions L7: How Many Hydrogens are Acidic 10-Mar Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Ch 14 Hydrogens? Sgring Break March 14-18) 10 22-Mar Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Ch 14 L8: Antacid Analysis 10 24—Mar Nuclear Chemistry Ch 15 29-Mar Nuclear Chemistry L9: Oxidation and Reduction 11 31-Mar Organic Chemistry Quiz 3 31'29 or 3131 12 5-Apr Organic Chemistry Ch 16 L10: Synthesis and Chemiluminescence 12 T-Apr Organic Chemistry Ch 16 of Luminol 3 12-Apr OrganicChemistry L11: Polymers Exam Ill 1 14-Apr Organic Chemistry Apr 11 (M) 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM 19-Apr Biochemistry L12: Chromatography of Amino Acids 14 21—Apr Biochemistry Quiz 4 4119 or 4121 15 26-Apr Biochemistry Ch 1? ---CHECK OUT --- 15 28-Apr Biochemistry _ Ch 17 proper lab dress and splash goggles are required 16 7-May Final Exams Begin Final Exam (the) 16 Z-Ma Final Exams End Saturda evenin 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM .4 _x .4 (a A J}. CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Lab Check-Out Responsibilities If You Drop CHM 11200 If you drop CHM 11200 after you have been assigned a lab drawer, then you have the responsibility to check yourself out of that drawer. You should do this at your regularly scheduled lab as soon as possible after you drop the course. Otherwise you will need to show up at the check-out time listed in the lab schedule. Failure to check out of a tab drawer by the end of the scheduled check—out time will cost you a minimum of $45.00. You will forfeit the right to examine equipment in your drawer and will be charged for any broken or missing equipment that the staff determines must be replaced. Responsibilities Conflicts and Absences AttendanceIAbsences The professors recognize that students are likely to have other activities throughout the semester that conflict with scheduled CHM 11200 exams, labs or homework assignments. At the same time, you have the right to privacy regarding personal issues and decisions that you make. However, there is a minimal amount of work that the professors feel must be completed in order for a student to pass the course and that is described below. To avoid intrusion into your personal situations or conflicts and allow you some flexibility in making decisions about your personal situations, we wilt not ask you to report the absence or describe the reason that accounted for your exam, lab or lecture absence or for not completing the homework as scheduled. Grading procedures for handling absences are described on the next page. If you feel that you have an exceptional situation, such as extended illness, resulting in frequent absences, then you can explain your situation in writing in BRWN 1144 and the information will be provided to the professors. Any requests for rescheduling of exams due to direct academic conflicts must be made in BRWN 1144 must be made at least one week before the scheduled exam. CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Grades and Grading Your course grade will be based on your exam, laboratory, and homework performance. The weight given to each component is Total Points reflected in the following list. 3 highest announced lectures quizzes .................... .. 15 pts Course Policy Review (Week #1) ............................ .. 10 pts Safety Certification (Wk1) ...................................... .. 15 pts On-tine homework ................................................... .. 140 pts 11 highest laboratory report scores at 20 pts each 220 pts 3 one-hour evening exams ...................................... .. 375 pts 1 final exam ....................................................... 200 pts TOTAL 975 pts ' Lecture Quizzes: 4 announced and an undetermined number of unannounced (aka, pop quizzes). You must have your PUID and a pencil to complete the scan sheets for quizzes given in lecture. The number of questions and points for the unannounced quizzes are to be determined and will count as extra credit points at the end of the semester. Course Grades You are guaranteed the grade indicated below if your total exceeds the following cut-offs and you have compieted a minimum of nine (9) labs during the semester. A: 90.0 % 878 pts (and completed a minimum of 9labs) B: 80.0 % 780 pts (and completed a minimum of 9 labs) C: 70.0 % 683 pts (and completed a minimum of 9 labs) D: 60.0 % 585 pts (and completed a minimum of 9 labs) F: < 60.0 % or if you do not complete a minimum of 9 tabs Individual Components of Your Grade Exams and Exam Each of the three 1—hour exams wili be assigned 125 points. The Absences 2-hour final exam wiil be assigned 200 points. At the end of the semester, if one of your hour exam scores (T1, T2 T3) is <63% of your final exam score, then you lowest exam score will be replaced with 62% of your final exam score. This applies to one exam only. If you miss more than one of the hour exams or you have more than one very low exam score, then the scores for those exams will remain unchanged and count in your total points. CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Lab and Lab Absences Homework 1St absence for an exam or a low score will be replaced by 62% of your final exam score. 2"cl absence for a test or a low score will count in your total points. 3“ absence for a an exam or a low score will count in your total points. CHM 11200 is a laboratory course and the professors have determined that participation in and completion of a minimum of nine (9) labs throughout the semester will be required to pass the course. Your highest 11 lab scores of the scheduled 12 labs will count for your grade at the end of the semester. Absences or fail- to-complete labs will be graded as follows at the end of the semester. You will not be able to make-up a missed lab. 1St absence or fail-to-complete lab 7 score of zero, score dropped at end-of—semester 2'1d absence or fail-to-complete lab score of zero, zero will count in your total points 3rd absence or fail~to-complete lab score of zero; zero will count in your total points and your final grade will be dropped by one letter grade at the end of the semester 4th absence or faii-to—complete lab grade of "F" in CHM 11200 Note: If you are dismissed from lab at any time during a lab because of a safety violation (e.g., not wearing safety goggles as directed, wearing improper clothing or shoes for the laboratory work environment, disposing of hazardous waste in an improper manner) then that lab will count as an absence or fail-to-complete lab and a score of zero will be recorded. Each homework score will be scaled to 10 pts and the lowest score will be dropped at the end of the semester. If the number of homework assignments is different than 15, your lowest score will be dropped and the remaining scores rescaled to 140 pts total. Homework assignments will be done on-line. Due dates and times will be posted on-line with the assignment. You will have three attempts for each assignment,. There will be no regrading of homework answers and no extensions will be given. CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Check Your Scores Correcting Errors Save Graded Papers Your Integrity is Your Greatest Asset Consequences of Academic Dishonesty Keep Yourself Informed About Your Performance Shortly after each of the three 1—hour exams and before the final exam, we will make all lab, homework and exam scores to date available on your CHM 11200 Blackboard course. You are expected to check your scores (or with your TA who will have a copy) when the scores are-released and made available to you. if you find errors in your list of scores you must report them to your TA or the course coordinator within two (2) weeks. Any disputed scores must be resolved with your TA or the course coordinator before the final exam week. Save all your graded papers in the event there is a question or discrepancy in a recorded score. Academic Integrity The CHM 11200 professors view academic dishonesty as a serious offense, so we hope that cheating never arises as a problem in this course. The Office of the Dean of Students publication Academic Integrity: A Guide for Students, available at the ODOS website (www.purdue.edu/ODOS/), is an excellent summary of expectations for Purdue students. For any cheating on an exam, the student(s) involved will > receive an "F" for the course. > be reported to the Dean of Students Office. .( For a first offense invoiving a laboratory. student(s) will > receive a grade of zero for that lab, it will count as a failure to complete lab or lab absence and the zero will be included in your grade — in other words, that score will not be dropped at the end of the semester. > lose any benefit of the doubt for a borderline grade at the end of the semester. > be reported to the Dean of Students Office. CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Examples of Academic Dishonesty For a second offense involving a laboratory, the student(s) will > receive a grade of "F" for the course. b be reported to the Dean of Students Office. While the following list of examples of academic dishonesty is not complete, the examples are provided for your information. If you have any questions at all about permissible behavior, save yourself some heartache and ask before acting. > Using the exact language of someone else without the use of quotation marks and without giving proper credit to the author is plagiarism. Plagiarism in any form is unacceptable. r Copying or possessing an unauthorized crib or unauthorized information (written or electronic) during an exam. > Copying from another student’s exam or work; allowing another student to copy your work. > Copying lab data or a lab report; giving your data or lab report to someone else to copy. This includes electronic files as well as paper copies. v Changing data for a lab project to fit the perceived answer (that is, what you think the answer should be). > Using someone else's data in a lab project summary as if it were your own. > Submitting a lab report or other work that you did not do. Responsibilities and Verification Academic Accommodations for Disabilities If you require accommodations to access course activities or materials, the accommodations must be described and approved by the Disability Resource Center, Room 830, Young Hall, 302 Wood Street, 765—494—1247. To implement accommodations you must follow the instructions listed as “Responsibilities of the Student" in the letter prepared by the Disability Resource Center. Give one copy of the accommodation letter to your professor, not your TA. Take another copy to BRWN 1144 within the first three (3) weeks of the semester and from there the information will be given to the appropriate CHM 11200 team member to make accommodation arrangements. if you have accommodations identified and approved during the semester, you are encouraged to initiate contact with the General Chemistry staff within (1) week of the data of the letter. Timely notification is critical for timely implementation. CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Responsibilities Lectures PSO Sessions (a.k.a., Recitations) Homework Exam Schedule Class Activities and Expectations You are expected to attend the lectures and laboratories as shown on your class scheduie and you are responsible for all material covered and announcements made in lectures. To obtain the maximum benefit from lectures you need to > read the assigned materials before lecture b download any notes that the professors has posted on your CHM 11200 Blackboard course. > eliminate sources of distraction and turn off all your electronic tools (cell phones, iPods, computers) except a calculator when needed. if you miss a lecture there will be a copy of the lecture notes at the Chemistry Resource Room, WTHR 117 that you will be able to review. A recording of the lecture will be available at Boilercast (www.itap.purd used u/boilercast ). You should attend this weekly 50-minute session that is listed on your class schedule. You will be able to work with your classmates as well as your TA to discuss homework and laboratory issues. If you choose to not attend, then you are choosing to give up 50- minutes of structured study time per week. Homework assignments will be done on-iine with the CONNECT program. Due dates and times will be posted on CONNECT. No extensions will be given for late submission but the lowest " homework score will be dropped before course grades are assigned. Since your answers will be submitted on-line and you wili have three attempts for each assignment, there will be no regrading of homework answers. We do not give make-up exams in CHM 11200. Exams will be in Elliott Hall of Music. Exams missed for any reasons will be handled as described previously in this document. 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM 6:30 PM — 7:30 PM 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Exam l: February 14 Exam il: March 9 Exam ill: April 11 Final Exam: tba CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Final Exam Assigned Seating for Exams Exam Protocols Laboratory Wait until you know the date and time for the final exam before you make arrangements to leave at the end of the semester. We will not make accommodations for your travel plans. The final exam will be a two-hour exam. University policy on Final Exams states: "Students scheduled for more than two (final) examinations in one calendar day are entitled to reschedule any examinations in excess of two . . . lt is the responsibility of the student to make necessary arrangements before the last week of regularly scheduled classes.” Before Exam I, you will receive an exam seat assignment and it will be posted in your CHM 11200 Blackboard course. Take your seat assignment, simple scientific calculator with exponential, logarithm and square root functions, and a #2 lead pencil with you to the exam. This seat assignment will be for the entire semester unless some extenuating circumstances arise that require reseating. So that all students have an equal opportunity to perform to their potential on exams, the following procedures will be followed. > Cell phones, programmable, alpha-numeric calculators and laptops may not be used during an exam. > You may not share a calculator with another student. > if you miss an exam, see the above information described previously in this documents about the grading process for exam absences. ' During the first 15 minutes of the scheduled exam period, - students will be allowed to enter the exam area but will not receive extra time to complete the exam and scan sheet. - students will not be allowed to leave the exam area. Students will not be admitted to the exam area after the first 15 minutes of the scheduled exam period. You are expected to arrive at lab properly dressed and prepared to do lab work when you arrive. If you arrive at lab more than 10 minutes late Dr improperly dressed, then you will be considered unprepared to do the lab work and will be asked to leave lab for the day. Your score that lab will be a zero and will be counted as an absence for you. 10 CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Lab Absences Pre—Lab and Lab Reports Lab Safety Policies We will not ask you to report absences or reasons for absences in order to protect your privacy rights. However, since this is a lab course, you wiil be required to complete nine (9) of the scheduled tabs in order to pass the course and make-up labs are not available. Completion of a lab includes being in lab, helping with the lab work, keeping data in your lab notebook, helping to write the lab report and turning in a completed lab report with your partner or group. Some labs and lab reports will be done individually, others will be clone in pairs or groups. Your TA will have information about the lab and lab report format each week in addition to information already in the lab manual. You will be required to keep a complete set of lab notes for all labs whether done individualty or in groups. You will give the duplicate copy to your TA when you leave lab. Lab absences will be counted in your final course grade as previously described in this document. Completed pre-lab assignments will be due at the beginning of labs. Lab reports will be due at the end of lab on the day the lab work is performed. In order to get credit for pre—lab assignments, you will have to complete the entire lab. In other words, you will not be able to get partial credit for a pre-lab assignment if you do not complete the tab and turn in a report with your partner or group. Purdue Chemistry Department takes its responsibility to maintain a safe environment very seriously. Maintaining a safe lab work environment for everyone in the lab requires policies and regulations that everyone must follow. Each student will be required to view a safety video and complete a safety review given on the CHM 11200 lab Blackboard course. Students must score at least 12 pts on any one attempt during weeks 1 and 2 in order to be able to work in labs beginning week 3 of the semester. You may consult the safety video and the safety regulations (attached) and in the lab manual. Each student has an unlimited number of attempts to complete the review but for each week that the review is not completed, the student will miss a lab and it will count as .an absence. 1] CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Safety Policies for Chemistry Labs at Purdue Requirements Consequences for Failing to Comply with Safety Regulations \ Splash Goggles Appropriate Clothing Concerns The safety of everyone in the active learning environment is taken seriously and your failure to comply with the safety regulations will affect your course grade. Safety policies MUST be followed in the laboratories by everyone in a laboratory. Everyone’s safety is a primary concern in laboratory instructional situations and must be taken very seriously by everyone in a lab. We don’t establish and enforce rules to harass students. graduate instructors, or staff but we must comply with EPA regulations to create a safe working environment for everyone. Ultimately it is everyone’s responsibility to watch out for everyone’s safety in a laboratory setting. The rules we follow are based on many years of teaching experience in general chemistry labs. If you are dismissed from lab for violation of safety regulations, not wearing safety goggles for the entire time you are in lab, or for not being dressed properly for lab work, you will - , be dismissed from lab for the day - get a grade of zero for that lab - have that lab counted as a missed lab Safety and Dress Regulations Each student must own and wear approved chemical splash goggles (not safety glasses) in the laboratory at all times, including the day of check-out. flHaydm-Mn‘lcil, LLC Splash goggles may be purchased at the local bookstores, the chemistry storeroom, or outside of WTHR 200 during the first week of the semester. Chemistry department regulations require you to wear clothing that protects your skin and eyes from harm as a result of an accident in -12- CHM 11200, Spring 2011 Purdue University Chemistry Lab is Not a Fashion Venue the laboratory. Proper clothing for laboratory work protects your skin from neck to your ankles, feet, and toes when you are sitting, standing or reaching. You are expected to arrive at lab properly dressed for lab work. You will not be given time to go away, change clothes and return to lab. Acceptable Footwear for Chemistry Laboratory Work (with socks) ©HayduhM=NciL LLC Unacceptable clothing includes, but is not limited to: sleeveless, low-cut (i.e. below the collar bone). bare midriff or tank tops, pants that are ripped or have holes in the fabric of any size, Capri pants, shorts, short skirts (with or without tights or leggings), open-teed and/or open-heeled shoes (including Crocs, Birkenstocks or other clogs), sandals (with or without socks), ballet flats, slippers, moccasins, or any shoe that doesn’t cover the entire top of your foot, with or without socks. Final decisions about appropriate clothing will be made by the Prep. Lab director andlor the course coordinator.” Proper Attire for Lab Long hair should be tied back Splashproof goggles covering eyes No plunging necklines Shirt must cover shoulder Gloves when specified No holes in clothes I No bare midriff No holes in clothes Pants must cover legs to ankles Closed toe Covers top of foot Closed heel (Permission to use obtained from E. Epp, Sp09) -13.. Safety Policies for Chemistfl Labs at Purdue Gloves Contact Lenses Hair Food and Beverages (not allowed) Electronics Handling and Disposat of Hazardous Materials Gloves serve two purposes: not only do they protect your skin from potential hazardous materials they can prevent transfer of potentially hazardous materials to locations outside the lab. You will be required to wear protective gloves for many lab activities. When you leave tab, take the gloves off and throw them away. Get new gloves when you return to lab. Wearing contact lenses in the laboratory is not a wise idea: you are encouraged to wear glasses instead. If you wear contact lenses in the laboratory, you need to inform your graduate instructor of this at the beginning of the semester. If your hair is longer than shoulder length you must tie it behind your head in order to avoid accidental contact with open flames or chemicals that might be on the lab bench. Rubber bands are available in the laboratory. You may not eat, drink, or bring food into the iaboratory. This includes water bottles. Water faucets are in the halls. If you have a medical condition where you must eat during a lab time you will need to have that documented at the Adaptive Services Office in Young Hali and discuss any arrangements to be made with the course coordinator in BRWN 1144. The only electronic equipment allowed in the lab will be calculators and any equipment being used for instruction and learning. Cell phones, iPods, etc., are distractions for everyone and are simply inappropriate for group learning situations. You will be required to foilow the instructions printed in your lab manual or given to you by the TA and other staff members for appropriate handling and disposal of any hazardous materials. -14- ...
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