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Unformatted text preview: doctorʼs note) in order for make-ups to be
considered. You must notify the instructor in advance of any absence. Scholastic Conduct: All students are expected to be familiar with the University policy on scholastic
conduct, particularly as it pertains to cheating; it may be reviewed at:
http://www1.umn.edu/regents/policies/academic/Student_Conduct_Code.html th TAs are instructed to inform the instructor of those suspected of cheating.
Cheaters are contacted by the instructor and, to discourage repeat offenders, are
reported to the Office for Student Academic Integrity.
Disability Services: Students with disabilities that affect their ability to participate fully in lab or to
meet all course requirements are encouraged to bring this to the attention of the
instructor as soon as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. A
letter from the Office of Disability Services (www.ds.umn.edu) is required. Grading: The course will be graded on a total points basis. The table below shows all of
the graded components and the total points possible.
Statistics and Graphing
Weak Acid Analysis
Spectrophotometric Titration of Cu with EDTA
Pharmaceutical Analysis using HPLC
Enzyme Assay using Spectrofluorimetry
Theobromine in Chocolate: Sample Preparation
Study of the pKa of Bromocresol Green
Fluoride Analysis using an ISE
Lab Notebook Evaluations (2)
Total Points Possible Points
1190 The course will be graded on a curve, but a higher class average will result in a
higher average grade. Typically,...
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