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Two molecular equations completely correct (1 mark: all or nothing) Two net ionic equations completely correct (1 mark: all or nothing) Summary of relative activity series completely correct (1 mark: all or nothing) 8 A C T I V I T Y S E R I E S 77 Name: Laboratory group or demonstrator: Laboratory partners(s): Discussion Questions Answers for the two metals in first two boxes completely correct (1 mark: all or nothing) Three molecular equations and one “no observed reaction” completely correct (1 mark: all or nothing) Fe 2+ , Fe 3+ answers and Al ranking completely correct (1 mark: all or nothing) Reasonable attempt at reasoning for Al ranking (1 mark) “Which is oxidised and which is reduced” table completely correct (1 mark: all or nothing) 5 Professional practice: All relevant pages from the duplicate notebook are attached. (Pages from a note pad, etc, are not acceptable.) The equations must be well laid out and neat so that they will make still be meaning in a few month’s time. (1 mark) All work recorded in pen with no pencil and no correction fluid (2 marks) 3 If clean-up has not been certified, deduct 30% (7 marks) Professional practice: If clean-up has not been certified, deduct 30% (7 marks) Failure to follow instructions ( mark deductions ) Refer to campus coordinator Varies DeakinSync Preliminary (“Pre-lab”) questions: Demonstrator : If a printout showing that the Pre-lab questions have been completed to satisfactory standard is not attached, deduct 30% (7 marks). Unit Chair only: Pre-lab questions have not been completed to satisfactory standard, deduct 50% (12 marks) Varies New sub-total out of 25 25 Note to students and demonstrators: Although this mark is recorded as a mark out of 25, all laboratories are weighted so that each laboratory mark contributes equally to the laboratory component of the unit assessment.
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