|1.||Contextualise the underlying fundamental principles on which the chemistry discipline is based so as to build a foundation of knowledge from which to pursue further studies in chemistry and related roles;|
|2.||Apply the fundamental principles and skills of chemistry to their chosen discipline;|
|3.||Solve structured predictable problems relating to the chemical nature of matter and its measurement;|
|4.||Apply analytical methodology in collaborative settings including assessing the quality of the results and reporting and discussing the results so as to build professional capabilities in the experimental aspects of chemistry and chemistry communication;|
|5.||Work effectively, ethically and safely in an individual or team context in a laboratory setting.|
|Presentation||Oral, poster or other||15%|
|Laboratory Work||Reports and practical skills||40%|
|Test||Three Tests (15%, 1 hour each)||45%|
Chemistry for Today: General, Organic and Biochemistry 9th ed.
Seager, S.L., Slabaugh, M.R. and Hansen, M.S., (2018)
Cengage Learning, Boston, MA, USA
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