Dropping Incompletes and Withdrawals Be aware of the University Policy on

Dropping incompletes and withdrawals be aware of the

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Dropping, Incompletes and Withdrawals Be aware of the University Policy on withdrawal; it is your responsibility to be aware of these policies. Also, you should be aware that there are specific policies on the incomplete grade, I. It is not automatically given; you must request it from your instructor who is not allowed to give an I grade unless certain conditions are met. Consult the Schedule of Classes and your University Catalog for details. Discontinued Attendance = Financial Aid Must Be Paid Back by the Student Students who stop coming to class, and who have not gone through necessary withdrawal procedures (see University Policy on withdrawal) will receive a grade of “WU”. This means that any financial aid which was received for the course will be required to be paid back by the student. Repeating Students Repeating students must be enrolled in a laboratory section. First you will need to pick up a General Chemistry Repeating Student form from the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department Office BS 336. Your previous laboratory instructor will need to fill out your form, including the points you earned in each of these categories: lab reports lab technique quizzes and homework if required. When completed, present this form to your current laboratory instructor. If you are unable to contact your previous laboratory instructor, ask your previous lecture instructor to complete the form. If you earned 60% or more of the points in the lab reports in your previous laboratory, you may choose not to perform the experiments again and write the reports. However, it is mandatory for you to attend the second session of the laboratory, which includes taking a quiz and turning in homework assignments, if required. If you do not repeat the experiments, your overall laboratory score will include your previous points for your lab reports and lab technique/participation, and the new point total for the recitation (quizzes, etc.), which you are attending this quarter.
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CHEM 1100 Fall 2018 Page 7 of 12 Lecture and Reading Schedule Week Dates Topics Assigned Reading Sections Introduction; Nature of Chemistry 1.1–1.6, 1.8 1 8/20–8/24 Units, Conversions, Sig. Figs. 1.7, 1.9–1.1 Atomic Structure 2.1–2.4 The Periodic Table 2.5 2 8/27–8/31 Compound Formation and Naming 2.6–3.7 The Mole and Balancing Equations 3.1–3.3 Percent Comp., Empirical and Molecular Formulae 3.4–3.7 3 9/3–9/7 1 Combustion, Limiting Reagents, Percent Yield 3.8–3.9 Midterm Examination I (Weeks 1–3) Solution Concentrations, Dilutions 4.1–4.3 4 9/10–9/14 Beer’s Law, Electrolytes, Acids-Bases 4.4–4.5 Acids-Bases, Titrations 4.5–4.6 Precipitation Reactions, Ion Exchange 4.7–4.8 5 9/17–9/21 Redox Chemistry I Redox Chemistry II 4.9 Thermochemistry I: Energy and Systems 5.1–5.3 6 9/24–9/28 Thermochemistry II, Enthalpy and Calorimetry 5.4–5.6 Thermochemistry III: Hess’ Law; H f 5.7–5.8 Gas Laws 6.1–6.3 7 10/1–10/5 Ideal Gas Law; Gas Reactions; Gas Densities 6.4–6.6 Partial Pressures, KMT, Real Gases 6.7–6.9 Light Interactions with Matter 7.1–7.4 8 10/8–10/12 Atomic Orbitals 7.5–7.7
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