Ch 1 Crystals-4

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Unformatted text preview: rom other sources; Writing does not clearly demonstrate author’s understanding Writing is original, and demonstrates author’s understanding 1 Some symbols and formulas handwritten or word-processed 1-3 Crystals 1 2 1 MatE 25 Scoring Attribute Technical Quality Mastery of Theoretical and Technical Concepts Experimental Methods, and Test Procedures 1 Unacceptable San Jose State University 1.5 2 Marginal 2.5 3 Proficient Lab Notes 3.5 4 Excellent Wt Author appears to lack comprehension of subject matter Experimental methods not described Author demonstrates some comprehension of subject matter Comprehension of subject matter is clearly demonstrated 3 Experimental methods are difficult to understand 2 Figure(s) of Experimental Set-up No figure of experiment set-up Data Collection and Presentation, Calculations to obtain Results Result of the work not stated or unclear; No Calculations; Results incorrect Generic figure of experimental setup, but relevant details omitted Partial or incomplete results of the work Experimental methods described and explained; Appropriate technical language and level of detail is used Detailed figure of setup, Figure complements text; 3 Discussion of Results Results presented but not explained Conclusions No summary given, no conclusion given, or does not support data Sources not cited All required results clearly presented, distinguished from data, and correct; Calculations clearly demonstrate how results were determined Results interpreted in terms of theoretical or expected values; Sources of error discussed and explained Report summarized; opinion stated concerning outcome supported by work Sources cited, using appropriate format (ie IEEE) References Results presented and compared to theoretical or expected values, without explanations Results summarized, but no outcome stated Experimental methods described using specific terms and procedures, but general method is unclear Detailed figure of experimental setup; but Figure not related to text All required results present; Calculations presented, but not explained Results presented and compared to theoretical or expected values; Sources of error are stated Report summarized and outcome stated Some sources cited; Common format not used, or Standard format not used 1 3 2 1 Total Rubric Score:__________out of 100 *Note that any plagiarism will result in a 0 on the entire report. If you are unclear on what constitutes plagiarism, consult your instructor. Rev 4.1 1-4 Crystals 1 MatE 25 San Jose State University Lab Notes Lab 1: Crystal Structures 1: Basic Crystal Structures 1.0 Learning Objectives After successfully completing this laboratory workshop, including the assigned reading, the lab worksheets, the lab quizzes, and any required reports, the student will be able to: • • • • Describe ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding and give examples of how each bonding type influences materials properties. Draw the lattices for SC, BCC and FCC. Calculate the coordination number, a/r ratio, and APF...
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