Chemistry 212 - Introductory Quantitative Analysis
Senior Lab Instructor: S. Nichole Taylor
Office: ELL 334B
FINAL LAB MARKS ARE HERE!!!
IMPORTANT! Lab safety is our highest priority. The safety rules must be read before attending the first lab session. You can find them here. Important information (also required reading)on chemical waste management can be found here. As well, lab policies and rules that you are obliged to follow must also be read thoroughly before attending lab. They can be found here.
Labs start the week of September 10th, 2012. If you cannot register for a lab section because all sections are full, please email me ASAP and let me know.
Please be sure to bring with you a Chem 212 Fall 2012 lab manual. The lab manual will be available for purchase in the bookstore before the labs begin. For the first week, you will also need a USB memory stick/flash drive. For Chem 212 labs after this you will also need a pair of safety glasses and a lab notebook. The required lab notebook is the one published by Hayden McNeil, provides carbonless copy pages, and is for sale in the bookstore (The cover says "University of Victoria Chemistry Lab Notebook"). It is the same as the one used in Chem 102. If you still have space in the notebook you used for Chem 102, you can use this for Chem 212.
Students must register for both a lecture section and a lab section to be fully registered for this course. If you are planning on applying for previous lab credit, do NOT register in a lab section. Rather, those students hoping to use the credit of a previous lab mark must e-mail Nichole Taylor. You will recieve a reply in early September letting you know if you qualify for this credit, and instructions on what to do if you do not. Please send this e-mail BEFORE September 5th.
Location of Lab:
Elliott room 325
Material Needs:Lab Manual:
Must be purchased, available from the bookstore.
Recommended, available from the bookstore.
Must be purchased; available from the Bookstore. It is printed by either Hayden McNeil or Barbakam, and provides numbered, carbonless-copy paper for recording results. There are side bound and flip-up versions, any one is acceptable.
A passing mark (50%) and at least 70% o the laboratory work must be completed in the laboratory component of the course. In arriving at the overall grade for a course, normally the distribution shall be: Laboratory 33%; Lectures 67%.