General Chemistry II Lab

Florida State University-Valencia Study Center

Course Description

  • Course Name

    General Chemistry II Lab

  • Host University

    Florida State University-Valencia Study Center

  • Location

    Valencia, Spain

  • Area of Study

    Chemistry

  • Language Level

    Taught In English

  • Course Level Recommendations

    Lower

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    Hours & Credits

  • Credits

    1
  • Recommended U.S. Semester Credits
    0
  • Recommended U.S. Quarter Units
    0
  • Overview

    Course Description:
    Advanced chemistry. Study of complex equilibrium chemical systems with appropriate development of laboratory technique and quantitative calculations. General approach to organic chemistry and organic reactions. Applications to chemical engineering. Includes intermolecular forces, elementary thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium and kinetics, acid and bases, solubility equilibrium, electrochemistry and organic chemistry.

    Textbook. No book is required. However, students will be required to pay for photocopying fees of class readings. These fees are nominal

    Class attendance policy. Class attendance is mandatory. Any absence must be duly justified. An unjustified absence in more than 1 session will result in lowering 2 grades the marks awarded to the student.

    Lecture Evaluation: Two one hour exams plus one comprehensive final worth 100 points each. The final exam will replace the lowest test score, if higher. NO MAKE UP EXAMS will be given. In the event that an exam is missed, the final exam will count for that score. If more than one exam is missed, the second missed exam will count as a zero. Quizzes will be given throughout the term and the top four quizzes will be totaled for 50 points. NO MAKE UP QUIZZES. Students will be asked to prepare an oral presentation about one of the topics of the course. The presentation will be recorded in multimedia format for e-learning and will be awarded with a maximum of 50 points.

    Laboratory Evaluation: Laboratory reports will be due one week after completion. The four highest lab grades will count for 100 points. NO LATE LABS ACCEPTED. NO MAKE UP LABS. IF YOU ARRIVE TO THE LAB LATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED. Students will turn in a pre-lab report upon entering the lab that will be counted towards the lab grade. If you do not complete the pre-lab on time, you will not be allowed to complete the laboratory experiment. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT FOLOW SAFETY REGULATIONS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO PERFORM THE LAB EXPERIMENT.

    Evaluation Breakdown:

    -2 exams at 100 points each 200 points
    -1 final exam at 100 points 100 points
    -5 quizzes at 50 total points 50 points
    -1 oral presentation at 50 points 50 points
    -4 lab reports at 25 points each
    100 points
    500 points TOTAL
    LOWEST

    A=90% B=80% C=70% D=60%

    Cheating: Don?t do it. If you are caught cheating, the first instance will result in a zero and the second instance will result in being dropped from the course with a grade of WF.

    Valencia Competencies addressed:
    1. Think critically and make reasoned choices by acquiring, analyzing, and evaluating knowledge.
    2. Read, listen, write and speak effectively
    3. Understand and use quantitative information

    CLAST Competencies addressed:
    1. Literal reading comprehension
    2. Critical reading comprehension
    3. English language skills
    4. Mathematical skills
    5. Logical reasoning skills

    ACADEMIC DISHONESTY
    Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, the giving or receiving of unauthorized assistance or collaboration within or outside the classroom, the possession or use of restricted examination materials, plagiarism, or attempts at any of the above. During quizzes or exams, students may not possess or refer to written information (unless specifically authorized by the instructor) or receive oral information. If such information is available to a student during a quiz or exam, a grade of 0 (which cannot be removed) will be assigned for the work in question. On graded work done outside the class, plagiarism includes referring to the work of another student. Academic dishonesty also includes stealing, buying, selling, or referring to a copy of a Departmental examination before or after it has been administered. By completing a quiz or examination, the student in effect pledges that unauthorized assistance has been neither given nor received. All violations of these policies will be reported to the University Judicial Officer and other appropriate University officials.

    AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA)
    Students with disabilities needing academic accommodations should: 1) register with and provide documentation to the Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC); 2) bring a letter to the instructor from SDRC indicating you need academic accommodations. This should be done within the first week of class. This and other class materials are available in alternative format upon request.

    Disclaimer: Changes in the syllabus and/or schedule may be made at any time during the term by announcement by the professor.

Course Disclaimer

Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.

Eligibility for courses may be subject to a placement exam and/or pre-requisites.

Some courses may require additional fees.

Availability of courses is based on enrollment numbers. All students should seek pre-approval for alternate courses in the event of last minute class cancellations