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upon previously entered experimental data, but may also be multiple
choice questions with 4 or more alternatives. If you respond correctly
on either of the first two tries, you will receive three points. The
possible score is reduced by one point for each of the next two tries and
remains one point for a correct response on any subsequent try.
5. Free Response (1 or 2 points possible)
Some of the laboratories contain questions where you will write your
answer in a text box. The point value for each question will be
indicated. Your TA will read your responses and award you your
points accordingly. Your points for these questions will appear in your
on-line score sheet.
6. Analysis (1 to 5 points possible)
In some of the laboratories, you will analyze a sample of unknown
content. In the Redox and EDTA laboratories you will find a mass
percent and in the Qualitative Analysis laboratory you will be
identifying the metal ions present in a mixture. In these three
laboratories, you will be awarded 1 to 5 points for accuracy. In orde...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2013 for the course CHE CHE 2C taught by Professor Nasiri during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.
- Spring '07