Course Requirements_CHM 115L (201314-3)

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    MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY School of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry   Course Requirements Course Code/Title: CHM 115L Analytical Chemistry 2 Laboratory Professor: Dr. Kathlia A. De Castro-Cruz Semester: 3Q SY 2013-2014 Schedule: Fri: 7:30-4:30 Room: N405 A.   Grading System (Passing: 65%) Basis Percent Basis Percent Exam 20 Exercises 11 Experiment a  49 1 2 1 8 2 2 2 8 3 2 3 8 4 2 4 8 5 3 5 8 Design Project 20 6 9 Total 100 a Score will be computed as 45% experimental data (notebook), 5% evaluation, and 50% Final Report 1.   Experimental Data (Notebook) !   Each student should have a 100-leaves  of Columnar Record book type of notebook (bond-paper size). Make sure to select a notebook that has a high quality type of paper. Be able to cover the notebook with distinct cover per group and with plastic. The notebook should have a page number written at the lower right corner of every page. All activities related to this course will be placed in this notebook. This notebook must be brought every meeting. The following format should be followed: Page 1 Mapua Institute of Technology School of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY NOTEBOOK Group Number Name Student Number Contact Number Email address    Dr. Kathlia De Castro-Cruz Professor Page 2 – blank Page 3 – Summary Sheet (print and attached using double-sided tape) Page 4 – Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS  DATE ACTIVITY NAME SCORE PAGE 4 Page 5 – blank Page 6 – Start of Activity. For every activity the following format shall apply: ã   The box should have a width of 2 inches ã   The diagram should be the schematic of the whole experiment and must be computerized. ã   All data acquired in the experiment must be written in the “Data Entries” part. No extra paper is allowed during the experiment. Everything must be written in the notebook. Use pen with permanent ink. In case of error, do not use liquid eraser, simply cross the error with a single line horizontally and opposite write the corrected ones. Be able to affix your signature on the corrections made. All necessary computations must be under the Data Entries Section. A sample computation should be written for every different type of calculations made including the statistics.    2.   Evaluation !   At the end of every experiment each student will evaluate each of the members of the group using the evaluation form provided. 3.   Final Report Content and Format Format: refer to section C Font: Times New Roman/Arial Font Size: 10 Contents: Parts Description Weight Abstract Give the overview of the whole experiment including the objectives of the experiment as well as its limitations. Maximum of 150 words. 10 Introduction Give the general principle behind the experiment 15 Experimental Section It includes the materials, equipment diagram and its instrumentation and the procedure used in the experiment. 15 Results and Discussion Interpret all the results that need to be interpreted. Cite the possible principles or theories that will best elucidate the data procured. If necessary, write the chemical equations involved. If the experimental data obtained deviated from the theoretical one, be able to cite the reasons behind and recommend possible solutions. Remember: Do not restate the procedure. 40 Conclusion Make a generalization of the whole experiment. Be able to answer if the objectives of the experiment were satisfied. 10 References Be able to cite properly all the references used in making the report 5 Overall presentation Adherence to the prescribed format 5    B.   Laboratory Policies ã   No one is allowed to perform the experiment without laboratory gowns. ã   Everybody should perform the experiment. ã   Each student is allowed to make-up for missed experiment once provided there is a valid reason behind his/her absence. ã   Students who came after 45 minutes but not later that 75 minutes would be consider late, beyond 75 minutes they will be considered absent and are not entitled for a make-up experiment. Late students will have a 5 points deduction  for every 15 minutes late  in their PDS score. ã   All reports must be srcinal, duplicated reports means a grade divided by the number of duplication. ã   All final reports must be submitted 15 minutes after the time beyond this, it will be considered late and subject to 5 points deduction . If you failed to submit the report on the scheduled date you are still given a week to submit but you have a 20 points deduction .   ã   Anybody caught cheating during exams will get zero for that exam and may be given a grade of 5.00.   C.   Format of Final Report Notes: Only the first page will contain the logo, succeeding pages should have the page number only. Use Short bond paper substance 24 only and print back to back.  Include page number at the upper right corner. Do not write the page number of the first page however; it is still included in the numbering. The Volume number is your group number while the issue number is the experiment number. Name of Journal (with your own design) Volume No. Issue No. Date Title Instructor’s Name a , Student’s Name b   ABSTRACT (One column) -------------------------------- break ----------------------------------- (two columns) Introduction Results and Discussion Experimental Section Conclusion References Footnotes: a Professor, School of Che-Chm, Mapúa Institute of Technology b Subect/Section, School of Che-Chm, Maúa Institute of Technolo

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