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Applied Chemistry Project (6 points)


Leader: Dr Peter Junk

Clayton First semester 2004 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: This course allows students to devote themselves to a substantial laboratory project as part of their final year of study in Chemistry. The project may be carried out within the Department of Chemistry teaching and research laboratories or in an industrial laboratory by arrangement and approval of the Head of Department. Allied with the practical work will be tutorial materials and discussion on formal matters relating to OH&S, database searching, data analysis and presentation and report presentation.

Assessment: Laboratory work: 30% + Project report: 60% + Oral presentation: 10%

Contact Hours: 72 hours laboratory work per semester or equivalent

Prerequisites: CHM2911 and CHM2922 and permission of the head of school

Corequisites: 24 additional points of level 3 chemistry

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