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Lecture_overheads_-_Ch00 - CHEM 321 QUANTITATIVE CHEMICAL...

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CHEM 321 QUANTITATIVE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 1 st Lecture and Ch. 0 – The Analytical Process 1. Introduction to Analytical Chemistry Past and Recent History Definitions, Activities, Related Disciplines, and End Users 1. Syllabus Withdrawals Grading Policies 1. The Analytical Process Steps in an Analysis Types of Chemical Analyses
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SYLLABUS Refer to syllabus handed out in class
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CHEM 321 - Spring 2011 Final Grade Distribution 0 5 10 15 <35 35-40 40-45 45-50 50-55 55-60 60-65 65-70 70-75 75-80 80-85 >85 Grade (% of total points) # Students Note a C or better grade in CHEM 321 is needed as a prerequisite to pchem and CHEM 422 F D- D D+ C- C C+ B- B B+ A- A Statistics: Mean = 61 Median = 57 Low = 26 High = 94 N = 51
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CHEM 322 - Spring 2011 Final Grade Distribution 0 5 10 15 <45 45-50 50-55 55-60 60-65 65-70 70-74 74-78 78-82 82-86 86-90 >90 Grade (% of total points in lecture and lab) # Students Statistics: Mean = 76 Median = 80 Low = 37 High = 93 Note a C or better grade in CHEM 322 is needed as a prerequisite to CHEM 422 F D- D D+ C- C C+ B- B B+ A- A
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EXPECTATIONS Your instructor(s) will provide you with: Detailed course syllabus including expected learning outcomes Effective instruction and explanation of key concepts Details and feedback on how to improve your lab skills An objective evaluation of your performance Students are expected to: Make every effort to attend all lectures and labs Devote at least 9 hours per week reading, doing homework, and preparing for quizzes and exams Take responsibility for their learning We ALL must put into practice some important “life lessons” Learning doesn’t end with graduation – we must become lifelong learners Change isn’t easy (i.e., passing this course, earning a degree, figuring out how to get students how to learn how to do error propagation, etc.) – we have to commit the necessary time and effort to bring about real change Struggles and challenges are an unavoidable and necessary part of both learning and life
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Everybody should be given an equal chance , and everybody should strive to use their talents to best advantage , but the results will not be the same.” Gabor Levy The one quality which sets one individual apart from another - the key which lifts one to every aspiration while others are caught up in the mire of mediocrity – is not talent, formal education, nor intellectual brightness; it is self-discipline . With self-discipline, all things are possible .” Theodore Roosevelt With discipline comes knowledge, coordination, balance, muscle memory, confidence - things that make it possible to hit the bulls-eye three times in row. But you must practice
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course CHEM 321 taught by Professor P.palmer during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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