MWF, 10:00 - 10:50 am
Exam 1 Chapters 26 - 30 Separation Methods (GC, HPLC, SFC and CE)
Exam 2 Chapters 06 - 10 Atomic Spectroscopy (AAS, AES and AFS)
Exam 3 Chapters 13, 14, 16, 17 Molecular Spectroscopy (UV-Vis, Fluorescence, FT-IR)
Exam 4 Chapters 20, 22 - 25 Mass Spectrometry; Electrochemistry
Final Exam All Chapters Above ACS Comprehensive Exam
Prerequisites: CHEM 3305 and concurrent enrollment of CHEM3405-21A (Lab)
Textbook (Mandatory): Skoog, D. A.; Holler, F. J.; Crouch, S. R. Principles of Instrumental Analysis, 6th Ed.
Final grade will be given by combining grades of the lecture (3405-201) and the lab (3405-21A) with 60% from lecture and 40% from lab. Grade will be assigned as follows:
F: < 55%
Make-up for major exams will be given for excused absence only.
Assignment dependent, check with the instructor
Attendance is required as stated in the Student Handbook. Excessive unexcused absences will result in an instructor drop with a grade of “F”.
Under no circumstances will make-up exams or extra assignments be given. Make-up for major exams will be given for excused absence only.
Calculators with large memory capacity, mathematical solution software, and chemistry software are NOT allowed on exams. Single-line scientific calculators are acceptable.
Cell Phones, computers, PDA’s and other electronic devices are NOT allowed. Cell phones must be OFF during any scheduled class period.
Drop Policy: Last day to withdraw with an automatic grade of W: March 10, 2012
Dropping from the course after this date assigns a grade of F.
General Education Statement: Students in this course must demonstrate their competency in reading, writing, and fundamental math skills through satisfactory completion of all assignments.
Americans w/ Disabilities Act Compliance: If any student needs special accommodations, the Office of Disabled Student Services Clark Student Center, room 108 (397-4618), and the instructor will provide a reasonable and fair opportunity to perform in this class. Please inform the Student Service as early as possible.
Instructors Note: Remaining enrolled in this course implies acceptance of this syllabus. This is a binding contract. You should read carefully all clauses about classroom behavior and subject material responsibilities.