syllabus - A315 - Chemical Measurements Laboratory Fall...

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A315 - Chemical Measurements Laboratory Fall 2009 – Section 7723 Instructor: Randy J. Arnold (rarnold@indiana.edu) Phone: 6-0208 Office: Simon 120C Associate Instructors Office Telephone Email Hyuna (Esther) Lim SI 033 856-0869 limhy@indiana.edu Niya Sa SI 118 856-5484 nisa@indiana.edu Course Structure 1) Four experiments - four pre-lab qualifying exams - two regular lab reports - two short lab reports 2) Research article summary 3) Class project Lecture Schedule (C001, 12:20-1:10 pm) Aug. 31 – Class introduction Sep. 2 – Experiment overviews Sep. 7, 9, 11 – Lecture – paper #1, #2, #3 Sep. 14, 16 – Lecture – paper #4, #5 Sep. 21, 23, 25 – Lecture – paper #6, #7, #8 Sep. 28, 30 – Lecture – paper #9, #10 Oct. 5, 7, 9 – Lecture – paper #11, #12, #13 Oct. 12, 14 – Lecture – paper #14, #15 Oct. 19, 21, 23 – Lecture – paper #16, #17, #18 Oct. 26, 28, 30 – Lecture – paper #19, #20, #21 Nov. 2, 4 – Class Project Nov. 9, 11 – Class Project Nov. 16, 18 – Class Project Nov. 23 – Class Project Nov. 30, Dec. 2 – Class Project Dec. 7, 9, 11 – Class Project Experiment AI A. Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS) Lim B. Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) Lim C. Cyclic Voltammetry (CV) Sa D. Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) Sa
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Laboratory Schedule Section 8590: C133, Monday, 1:30-5:15 pm Section 7724: C133, Wednesday, 1:30-5:15 pm Sep. 7, 9 - Begin Laboratory Period 1 Sep. 21, 23 - Begin Laboratory Period 2 Oct. 5, 7 - Begin Laboratory Period 3 Oct. 19, 21 - Begin Laboratory Period 4 Nov. 2, 4 - Begin Class Project Pre-Lab Qualifying Exams Exams will be given on the Friday before each experiment is scheduled to begin. Five to six questions are typically given. Meet in C001 at 12:20 pm. Sep. 4 - Pre-Lab Qualifying Exam for Laboratory Period 1 Sep. 18 - Pre-Lab Qualifying Exam for Laboratory Period 2 Oct. 2 - Pre-Lab Qualifying Exam for Laboratory Period 3 Oct. 16 - Pre-Lab Qualifying Exam for Laboratory Period 4 Note: The first pre-lab exam will have a few questions related to the introductory material in the lab manual in addition to the lab you will be starting the next week. All other pre- lab exams will have a few questions from lectures. Lab Reports Lab reports are due one week after completion of each experiment at the beginning of the lab period (submitted through turnitin.com). There will be four reports for four experiments. Regular laboratory reports will be submitted for the AAS and GC-MS experiments and short lab reports will be submitted for the CE, and CV experiments.
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