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Lecture 1

CHM110H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Paper Chromatography


Department
Chemistry
Course Code
CHM110H5
Professor
Thottackad Radhakrishnan
Lecture
1

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Experiment 1: Separation of Transition Metal Cations with the use of Paper Chromatography
28/80= 35%
This lab report has good material and good understanding of the experiment but poor
presentation skills. Lacking simple’s steps like, double- spaced, with no coverage including your
name, student number, and no PRA#. The lab report has a positive look on the times new roman,
pt12 and including title of the experiment. The lab report had no citation and did not mark any of
the research done, it may be an act of plagiarism. Starting from the experimental method, it was
clear and understandable but the steps to the procedure was not clear. The Results and
calculations had no graph and answered one questions from the two questions required. The
format for the results and calculations were clear but messy. The discussion was too long and
had repeating phrases. The lab report did not answer questions such as the question one and two
but did answer the TA’s question. The summary was small and strong. The references were not
numbered and not citied. There was no learning objective, so it was a 0.
Pre-lab questions
Marked by TA
Marked by TA
Prelab quiz
Marked by TA
Marked by TA
Purpose
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Experimental Method
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Results and Calculations
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Discussion
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Summary
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References
2
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Experimental Techniques
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Report Presentation
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Learning Objectives
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